The spectral and thermodynamic properties of staphylococcal enterotoxin A, E, and variants suggest that structural modifications are important to control their function

Anders Cavallin, Helena Arozenius, Karin Kristensson, Per Antonsson, Daniel E. Otzen, Per Björk, Göran Forsberg*

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