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botulinal

 [boch″u-li´nal]
pertaining to Clostridium botulinum or to its toxin (botulinum toxin).
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Cleavage of members of synaptobrevin/VAMP family by types D and F botulinal neurotoxins and tetanus toxin.
Presynaptic actions of botulinal neurotoxins at vertebrate neuromuscular junctions.
However, certain combinations of moisture, salt and pH can inhibit botulinal growth and toxin production in formulation-safe products.
coagulans 065-T-08, but no inference was drawn to its potential as a botulinal hazard in tomato products.
Anthrax, along with type-A botulinal toxin, or BTX, are the most lethal biological warfare agents in a number of arsenals.
Comparison of the mouse bioassay and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay procedures for the detection of type A botulinal toxin in food.
Botulinal toxin has been found in a variety of foods, including low-acid preserved vegetables (e.g., green beans, spinach, mushrooms, and beets); fish (e.g., canned tuna and fermented, smoked, and salted fish); and meat products, (e.g., ham, chicken, and sausage).
They identified the factors that inhibit botulinal toxin production in the products and evaluated the effect of moisture-fat-free and nonfat solids in process cheese products made with skim milk cheese, disodium phosphate, sodium chloride and water.
Two vials of botulinal antitoxin were released by CDHS and administered to the patient; in addition, treatment with 12 million units of penicillin daily was initiated.