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(bŏch′ə-lī′nəm) also


An anaerobic, rod-shaped bacterium (Clostridium botulinum) that secretes botulin and inhabits soils.

bot′u·li′nal adj.
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botulinum spores in the environment, but this alone is unlikely to be sufficient to cause illness.
They are not interchangeable with other preparations of botulinum toxin products, and, therefore, units of biological activity of Dysport[sup.
botulinum needs, and which must act together for the spores to germinate in response to the correct stimulus, such as the presence of a nutrient amino acid.
Early research suggests that there could be a role for botulinum toxin in combating itch by better understanding the interaction of the vascular system in inflammatory skin conditions.
It did not take long for botulinum toxin to become the new craze in cosmetic dermatology.
Botulinum toxin type A and other botulinum toxin serotypes: a comparative review of biochemical and pharmacological actions.
botulinum type A spores, containing [approximately equal to] 14 C.
Bir flakon botulinum toksini (100 U) 5 ml % 0,9 NaCI ile sulandirildi.
Botulinum toxin A: First-line therapy for idiopathic detrusor overactivity.
Botulinum toxin works by temporarily blocking nerve signals that release such chemicals to certain muscles or glands.
Food poisoning can be caused by consuming tiny quantities of botulinum neurotoxin, the most potent toxin known.
Botulinum toksini tedavisi ile hayat kalitesi belirgin olarak duzelir (1619).