Model membranes have been used to study the interaction between diphtheria toxin and lipids. We report here on the ability of this toxin to induc% at low pH, fusion and aggregation of asolectin lipid vesicles. Resonance energy transfer experiments using lipid fluorescent probes make it possible to discriminate between these two processes.

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