Clostridium botulinum

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Synonyms for Clostridium botulinum

anaerobic bacterium producing botulin the toxin that causes botulism

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The newly discovered toxin does raise some concern that botulinum toxin could turn up in antibiotic-resistant enterococci, perhaps stemming from gene transfer in the gut of an animal harboring both C.
In 2011 the first case of infant botulism was reported in the Republic of Ireland and this was found to be caused by a rare strain of Clostridium butyricum, a species related to C.
An opened jar of peanut butter from the patient's residence yielded positive test results for C.
Both heated and nonheated samples from the enema fluid were positive for C.
The new method incorporates practices and risk assessments based on the latest scientific information, such as spore heat resistance, growth properties of non-proteolytic C.
Another form of botulism is analogous to tetanus, in that BoNT is determined from C.
1994), na Argentina, em 42 amostras de mel de diferentes apiarios, as quais revelaram a presenca de esporos de C.
In order to evaluate Costa Rican raw honey samples, the detection of neurotoxin gene sequences (corresponding to the bacterium) C.
Researchers used data generated from sequencing efforts and compared the genome sequence of five different C.
Cup washings were negative for botulinum toxin but culture positive for C.
perfringens was chosen from the sequences that had been developed and validated by Fach and Popoff (10) to yield a 426 bp fragment for the cpe gene and for C.
In this study, researchers purified a bacteriocin with antimicrobial activity against C.
Although the researchers used multiple probes for C.
None of the food items served on February' 22 or 24 was available for sampling, and none of the other 13 food samples obtained from the restaurant was positive for C.
In the absence of sterilization and pressure cooking, C.