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Tetanus Toxin: A Botulinum Toxin in Disguise

April 24, 2019

By: Hans Bigalke Tetanus toxin (TeNT) and botulinum toxin (BoNT) appear quite different at first glance, however, when we take a closer look at how these toxins function, they are more similar than suggested by the diseases they cause. Symptoms…

Bacterial Toxin Terminology

July 23, 2018

By: Mary N. Wessling, Ph.D. ELS In this blog we will unravel the terminology describing bacterial toxins. In general, there are at least three ways that bacterial toxins are described in the literature: by their biological designation—the genus and/or species…

Toxoids, Toxins and Vaccine Related Terminology

March 19, 2018

By: Mary N. Wessling, Ph.D. ELS List Biological Laboratories’ (List Labs) catalog of products is related to furthering research in human health and preventing disease, most commonly as the starting materials for vaccine research & development or production around the world….

List Labs Exhibiting at ASM Biothreats Conference

January 23, 2018

By: Rachel Berlin, Marketing Manager List Labs is proud to be exhibiting at ASM Biothreats February 12-14th. The conference will be held in Baltimore, Maryland at the Hilton Hotel. Thought leaders in academia, industry and government will gather to present…

Tetanus Toxin – Model Antigen and Protein Carrier

July 17, 2017

By: Mary N. Wessling, Ph.D. ELS Tetanus Toxin’s Use as a Protein Carrier and Antigen Tetanus toxin (TT) is the major virulence factor of the Gram-positive bacterium Clostridium tetani. Infection with this bacterium in unvaccinated persons produces muscle spasms by…