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Course constructions: a case-base of forensic toxicology - Zhou N, Wu Y, Su T, Zhang L, Yin K, Zheng D, Zheng J, Huang L, Wu Q, Cheng J.

Forensic toxicology education in China is limited by insufficient teaching methods and resources, resulting in students with adequate theoretical principles but lacking practice experience. Typical cases used as teaching materials vividly represent intoxic...
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Publication date: Available online 17 January 2018 Source:Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering Author(s): Keika Adachi, Kaori Ohtani, Michio Kawano, Ravindra Pal Singh, Basit Yousuf, Kenji Sonomoto, Tohru Shimizu, Jiro Nakayama Clostridium perfringens produces various exotoxins and enzymes that cause food poisoning and gas gangrene. The genes involved in virulence are regulated by the agr-like quorum sensing (QS) system, which consists of a QS signal synthesis system and a VirSR two-component regulatory system (VirSR TCS) which is a global regulatory system composed of signal sensor kinase (VirS) and response regulato...
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