Clostridium butyricum


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Clos·trid·i·um bu·ty·r'i·cum

a bacterial species that occurs in naturally soured milk, in naturally fermented starchy plant substances, and in soil; formerly considered nonpathogenic, it is now known to include neurotoxin-producing strains; the type species of the genus Clostridium.

Clostridium butyricum

A species in which some strains produce a neurotoxin that causes botulism.
See also: Clostridium
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Bio-hydrogen production from the fermentation of sugarcane bagasse hydrolysate by Clostridium butyricum. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2008; 33:5256-5265.
(15) reported that the oral intake of Clostridium butyricum for 14 days significantly improved neurobehavioral function in a mouse model of global cerebral ischemia.
Nurina, Biohydrogen Production by local isolate of Clostridium butyricum: Initial nutrient optimization study.
Keywords: Clostridium butyricum, Zinc bacitracin, Growth, Immunity, Oxidative status, Cherry Valley ducks.
Gonzalez-Pajuelo M, Andrade JC, Vasconcelos I (2005) Production of 1,3-Propanediol by Clostridium butyricum VPI 3266 in continuous cultures with high yield and productivity.
(2008) Infantile botulism caused by Clostridium butyricum type E toxin.
Characterization of a neurotoxigenic Clostridium butyricum strain isolated from the food implicated in an outbreak of food-borne type E botulism.
En los sucesivos experimentos en medicina veterinaria la cepa utilizada ha sido Clostridium butyricum CNRZ 528, que presenta poder sacarolitico, no es patogena y esta aislada del queso, por lo tanto su utilizacion no entranaba riesgo.
Electrochemical Conversion in Biofuel Cells Using Clostridium butyricum or Staphylococcus aureus, Oxford Bioelectrochem.
Production of 1,3-Propanodiol by Clostridium butyricum VPI 3 266 using a synthetic medium and raw glycerol.
Intestinal toxemia botulism in two young people caused by Clostridium butyricum type E.
Containing at least streptococcus faecalis 30 million with clostridium butyricum 4 million with bacillus mesentericus 2 million with lactic acid bacillus 100 million sp;

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