botulinum


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Related to botulinum: Clostridium botulinum, Botulinum toxin type a, Botulinum antitoxin
  • noun

Synonyms for botulinum

anaerobic bacterium producing botulin the toxin that causes botulism

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botulinum spores in the environment cannot be eliminated and it should be emphasised that infant botulism is an extremely rare disease.
The joint venture Medybloom will be principally engaged in the registration, promotion and sales of certain products mainly consisting of Botulinum Toxin products in China.
If spores of botulinum contaminate food, they generate a neurotoxin.
Ward, PhD, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, found promising results using botulinum toxin type A to target psoriasis.
One experiment used botulinum toxin on ten depressed patients.
A Counterfeit Botulinum Toxin Type A is reportedly being used.
Anaesthetists can expect to encounter an increasing number of patients who have undergone facial injection of botulinum toxin.
Enema fluid, stool, and gastric aspirate specimens were positive for type A botulinum neurotoxin and viable C.
Botulinum toxin A should not be first-line therapy for overactive bladder.
ANOTHER treatment for chronic migraine which has been in use for years but received approval a month back is botulinum toxin type A.
botulinum is the major health hazard associated with refrigerated convenience foods.
Son yillarda hipersekresyonun eslik ettigi bozukluklarin tedavisinde Botulinum Toksini (BT) kullanimi ile yeni ufuklar acilmistir.
Clostridium botulinum and botulism, the disease it causes, have been known to man for centuries (1).