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"Botox" is botulism toxin, which is derived from a kind of bacteria.

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No, Botox is made from botulism toxin.


Botox comes from a bacteria that is a type of botulism. Botulism is found in spoiled beef and can cause you to get very sick if taken internally. The word botox is a combination of botulism and toxin.


Botox is a poison or toxin that is made by certain bacteria during food poisoning (botulism)


No. Botox contains botulin, which is made by the bacterium Clostrdium botulinum and is the same toxin that causes botulism.


it can hide in everywhere from your stores canned peas to the air you breathe you can also get it from cocaine and botox


botox uses botulism. so think of somebody's face that has been over-botoxed. loss of movement, stiffness, over-stretched.


Botox is derived from botulism, from the assumption that they work in the same ways which may be incorrect, it would cleave snare proteins that capture and open vesicles containing neurotransmitters. This would stop action potentials throughout the brain and body causing paralyses. I don't know the time till paralyses or death after exposure.


"Botox" is actually a poison. It prevents muscle movement by preventing the nerve impulse to travel from the neuron across the neuromuscular junction and prevents the muscle from contracting. It is the toxin produced by the microbe that causes botulism.


No, botox is made from the botulinis toxin - botulinus being a bacteria that is sometimes responsible for terrible or deadly food poisoning called botulism. Botulinus toxin kills by preventing muscles from working. When you get Botox injections, the same thing happens. The technician injects Botox into the muscles that cause frown lines, and so forth, and the muscles quit working. (Botox does not directly affect wrinkles - just the muscles that cause them.)


No you cannot the bacteria in most animal mouths cannot cause this


Clostridium botulinum is the name of the organism which causes botulism. It can be a fatal paralytic infection which produces a toxin. Botox is a small dose of this toxin.


Botox is short for botulinum toxin, a poison created by a Clostridium botulinum, or the bacterium that causes botulism. It is the most toxic substance known to man. It is a protein, and thus made of the usual elements (carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and additionally sulfur).


Honey can be contaminated by botulism toxin, produced by bacteria and the same chemical used to perform the botox procedure.


yes,and botox injections can spread to other parts of the body causing muscle weakness,urinary incontinence,breathing and swallowing difficulty.


Botox is a drug produced by a bacterium (Clostridium botulinum).Do you know food poisoning? It's really bad isn't it? well, this very bacterium causes a sort of food poisoning called Botulism. In fact, the Botulism toxin is one of the most potent toxins known in the world.So... back to Botox.It blocks the release of a neurotransmitter in your organism called acetylcholine, interfering the natural muscle contraction over the injected area. It can be used for treating certain abnormal muscle conditions, but it's generally used for cosmetic purposes.You can find other Botox applications, as well as articles, in this site: http://www.surgery.comKind regards


No, Botox has only been approved for removing wrinkles between the eyebrows, among a few other medical uses. Did you know that Botox is the poison from the botulism bacteria? I don't see why not... but it will not remove your fingerprints because these are caused by skin construction not muscle spasms. Only thing it can cause is loss of feeling and potentially some movement disorders. To get rid of fingerprints you will have to remove them by damaging dermis.


Clostridium botulinum.And there are 3 formsFoodborne botulismInfant botulismWound botulism


Lactylate can be animal derived, vegetable derived or made synthetically.


No, Botox is not a steroid.


"Botox" is a trademark brand name for botulinum toxin. It is a protein produced by a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum. Bacteria, being prokaryote microorganisms, are not generally classified as "animals".


LEMUR is the animal whose name is derived from the word 'Spirits of the Night'...


Botulinum toxin, caused by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum is the most powerful toxin known to mankind. It commonly causes botulism, but is also used in Botox beauty injections.



Maggots can be fed to chickens; however, it is disadvantageous if the animal is carrying botulism.


Foodborne botulism comes from eating food that has the botulism toxin in it. Foodborne botulism usually comes from eating home-canned food. Any food may have botulism. Botulism is tasteless, odorless, and has no color. Wound botulism comes from having a sore, a cut, or a skin opening. Wound botulism usually comes from injecting street drugs. Foodborne botulism comes from eating food that has the botulism toxin in it. Foodborne botulism usually comes from eating home-canned food. Any food may have botulism. Botulism is tasteless, odorless, and has no color. Wound botulism comes from having a sore, a cut, or a skin opening. Wound botulism usually comes from injecting street drugs. ==Another Answer== The most common organism that causes Botulism is Clostridium botulinum.



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