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C. tetani TeNT Light Chain Antibody
DESCRIPTION. Species Reactivity. C.
Pink Book Chapter 20. Tetanus - Vaccines Pink Book 12 Edition
C. tetani is a slender, gram-positive, anaerobic rod that may develop a terminal spore, giving it a drumstick appearance.
Tetanus infections case definition summary
C for 24 h, C. tetani produces a thin transparent film of swarming growth on Biochemically, C.
The genome sequence of Clostridium tetani, the causative agent of
toxigenic C. tetani E88, a variant of strain Massachusetts. The genome remarkable capacity of C.
Inducible Lysis in Clostridium tetani
ville, Md. The numbers of C. tetani as given in Table 1 refer to their designations inthat collection.

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What's Up Doc? Tetanus uncommon but can't be eradicated
A: Tetanus, sometimes called lockjaw because of the jaw muscle spasms that are often the first symptom of the disease, is a disorder of the nervous system caused by a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium tetani (C. tetani).

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Clostridium tetani - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C. tetani is a rod-shaped, obligate anaerobe which stains Gram positive in fresh C.
Clostridium tetani
C. tetani causes tetanus and there are 4 clinical types. Incubation period ranges from 3-21 days, with an average of about a week.
Clostridia: Sporeforming Anaerobic Bacilli - Medical Microbiology
The infection is initiated as a result of contamination of a wound with C tetani.
C.tetani Mechanism of Action - YouTube
Oct 13, 2009 C.tetani Mechanism of Action. TheKs998877 2 videos.
Pathogenic Clostridia, Including Botulism and Tetanus
Tag words: Clostridium, clostridia, C. tetani, C. botulinum, C.

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