neurotoxin


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Synonyms for neurotoxin

any toxin that affects neural tissues

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EB-001 is a novel botulinum neurotoxin serotype E (BoNT/E) with a unique product profile, characterized by fast onset of action (within 24 hours) and a short duration of effect (about 4 weeks).
Healthcare company company Aquavit Pharmaceuticals said on Friday that it has been given approval by IRB to conduct an in-depth research for microchannel application of neurotoxins in the peri-orbital region (IMT-121), called iMicrotox IMX-001 study.
The neurotoxin, called acrolein, is produced within the body after nerve cells are damaged, increasing pain and triggering a cascade of biochemical events thought to worsen the injury's severity.
Staging may not always be possible, but he prefers to allow 2 weeks for a neurotoxin to take effect before adding more neurotoxin or filler.
In vitro potency determination of botulinum neurotoxin B based on its receptor-binding and proteolytic characteristics.
Botulinum neurotoxin is also effective for some types of facial movement disorders (dystonias)for example, tics caused by benign essential blepharopasm.
Under the terms of the agreement, Allergan acquired Anterios for an upfront payment of USD 90m and potential development and commercialization milestone payments related to NDS, Anterios' proprietary platform delivery technology that enables local, targeted delivery of neurotoxins through the skin without the need for injections.
A portion of neurotoxin called P-saporin (SP-sap) attaches to a pain-sensing nerve, moves inside and destroys it.
The neurotoxin domoic acid, also called "Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning," is a very stable, heat resistant toxin that is becoming more prominent in coastal regions, likely due to environmental changes.
CC]) fragments are the most important parts of tetanus neurotoxin (TeNT) which play bey roles in toxicity and binding of TeNT, respectively.
Human botulism is best known as a food-borne disease, caused by ingestion of preformed neurotoxin in foods where C.
High concentrations of the neurotoxin have been found in "plaques" in Alzheimer's patients' brains.
Bruce Katz, comments that, "Xeomin A, the latest neurotoxin [will] rival Botox A" in 2012.
Just 30 ng of neurotoxin is sufficient to cause illness and even death, and consuming as little as 0.
Subsequently, the neurotoxin has become a household name as clients line up at local gyms, parties, and spas for Botox injections, in order to temporarily rid themselves of wrinkles and sweaty armpits.