botulism


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Related to botulism: Infant botulism, Botulism toxin
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food poisoning from ingesting botulin

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Although fermented tofu has only been associated with botulism once before in the U.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) said tests showed whey protein concentrate had clostridium sporogenes, which cannot cause botulism, but which at elevated levels can be associated with food spoilage.
The botulism scare prompted China and Russia to stop importing some New Zealand dairy products following Fonterra's revelation.
A botulism scare that sparked global recalls of Fonterra milk products was a false alarm and there was never any danger to consumers, New Zealand officials said Wednesday after new tests.
Infant botulism is a common form of botulism, which can attack the intestinal system.
Human botulism is best known as a food-borne disease, caused by ingestion of preformed neurotoxin in foods where C.
Injecting into a vein or smoking can reduce the risk of botulism, although not using heroin at all is the best course of action.
The report " Botulism - Pipeline Review, H1 2015" provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for botulism.
Swans are among the birds affected by avian botulism |
Due to the botulism scare that rocked the New Zealand dairy industry, the Fonterra Shareholders' Fund units fell to its lowest level in 2013.
Botulism is a rare but serious illness caused by Clostridium botulinum.
But botulism has also become a homeland security focus, because bioterrorists could use the toxins that cause botulism to make everyday foods and beverages deadly.
More rarely, outbreaks of foodborne botulism in the United States, India, and China have been caused by neurotoxigenic C.
In 1999, the US Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center, Madison, Wisconsin, conducted a diagnostic investigation into a water bird mortality event involving intoxication with avian botulism type C and infection with avian chlamydiosis at the Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Montana, USA.
Anthrax, botulism and other threats topped the government's list of concerns and, before long, there were grants to study such things.