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November 2006 -- A toxin that can make bacterial infections turn deadly is also found in
higher plants, researchers at UC Davis, the Marine Biology Laboratory
at Woods Hole, Mass. and the University of Nebraska have found. Lipid
A, the core of endotoxin, is located in the chloroplasts, structures
that carry out photosynthesis within plant cells.
The lipid A in
plant cells is evidently not toxic. The human intestine contains
billions of Gram-negative bacteria, but lipid A does not become a
problem unless bacteria invade the bloodstream.
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