Erythrogenic toxin

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Erythrogenic toxin

(Science: protein) toxin produced by strains of streptococcus pyogenes responsible for scarlet fever. Three antigenic variants of the toxin are known. It is a small protein that is complexed with hyaluronic acid and can intensify the effects of other toxins such as endotoxin and streptolysin o.

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