Toxin

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Toxin

Any poisonous substance a living thing produces as part of its metabolic or other natural process. That is, toxins themselves are not living things, but are produced by living things. Toxins are defined by the Biological Weapons Convention.
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Ultrasound-guided, intraglandular injection of botulinum toxin A in children suffering from excessive salivation.
Botulinum toxin injection may provide an effective treatment option.
Early studies of botulinum toxin injections aimed at improvement of symptoms, urodynamic variables, and quality of life (QOL) in patients either with neurogenic or idiopathic overactive bladder refractive to oral anticholinergics.
14 A different no- protein' formula of botulinum toxin has been developed to avoid antibodies formation.
In instances where scleroderma affected the fingertips, injections of botulinum toxin has shown to almost immediately reduce pain.
Despite its popularity, the use of botulinum toxin remains a controversial topic in aesthetic medicine.
The use of Botulinum toxin for various cosmetic procedures have been described extensively in literature.
injection of botulinum toxin A for treatment of axillary hiperhidrosis.
Each vial of botulinum toxin costs about ` 17, 000.
Botulinum toxin A for axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).
faecium genome, the lab's computer programs quickly spotted the genetic sequence for the novel botulinum toxin.
Botulinum toxin can help block the communication between the nerve and the muscle and may alleviate abnormal movements and postures.