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There is no vaccine for botulinum toxin. However, botulinum antitoxin is available.

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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.


Botulism isn't really found in food, but the plastic lining of preserved cans. That is why to be careful with any cans that look at all bloated, because that means it contains botulism.


Clostridium botulinum.And there are 3 formsFoodborne botulismInfant botulismWound botulism




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Botulism is caused by eating foods that contain the botulism poison.It very difficult to tell if food contains botulism poison because you Can't see it Can't smell it Can't taste it The symptoms for botulism can be very similar to the symptoms of some other diseases. Therefore, if botulism is suspected, it's very important to determine if poison is in the food that has been eaten. If you think you have botulism, it is very important not to throw out any leftover food. Testing of food that has been recently eaten can be very valuable to determine if botulism poison is in the food.


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Botulism can affect anyone that eats food containing the bacteria.


hahahah !! the scientific name for botulism is Clostridium Botulinium


Clostridium botulinum is the oranism causing botulism which is a bacteria(prokaryote).


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Clostridium botulinum causes botulism also called as food poisoning



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