botulin


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Synonyms for botulin

potent bacterial toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum that causes botulism

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Novel options for the pharmacological treatment of chronic anal fissure--role of botulin toxin.
We haven't found out the longterm effects of what putting botulin in our faces can do.
The sickness cause has not yet ben clearly defined but the most likely culprit at the moment is one of the soil-bound botulin bugs, Clostridium botulinum type C and a vaccine is being formulated at the Animal Health Trust.
Botulin is one of the most toxic substances on the planet--you could carry on biological warfare using botulin as your weapon.
Botulin toxin (BTX) injections into the muscles that cause blinking can provide relief over a few weeks.
In the context of poisoning, respiratory muscles can be paralysed by botulin toxin, neuromuscular blockers, organophosphates, neurotoxic snake venom, strychnine, tetanus, etc.
coli, tularemia, botulin toxin, and tick-borne diseases.
A thousandth of a milligram of botulin toxin will kill an adult.
Warning: Honey should not be given to children less than 1 year of age because it can contain botulin spores, which can be toxic in infants' less mature digestive systems.
Before the Gulf War it was suggested that Iraqi experts were working on botulin toxin in addition to anthrax and plague as part of its biological and bacteriological weapons programme.
Before the Gulf War, it was suggested that Iraqi experts were working on botulin toxin in addition to anthrax and plague as part of its biological and bacteriological weapons programme.
In Japan, the use of hyaluronic acid and botulin toxin is not officially permitted for plastic surgery, but the health ministry allows doctors to decide whether they can be used or not.
Bush devoted much of his speech to outlining his goals for Project BioShield, a $6 billion, 10-year project to speed the research, production and availability of vaccines and treatments against smallpox, anthrax, botulin toxin and other.
Saadi said 157 of the R-400 bombs contained aflotoxin, anthrax and botulin toxin.