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The lethal form of bacteria connected with botulism is called "claustridium botulinum type E".

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Perhaps. Botulism is specifically caused by the toxin formed by Clostridium botulinum and it normally produces the toxins under anaerobic conditions. But there are a host of other pathogens that could cause illness, too.


The bacterium which produces the toxin that causes tetanus is Clostridium tetani.


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.


no toxin is not a virus or bacteria .it is a bacterias waste.


An organism that doesn't require oxygen to survive. Examples of anaerobic bacteria would be E. Coli, which produces the botulism toxin when in an anaerobic environment, tetanus, which is the bacteria responsible for producing the toxin that causes lockjaw, as well as many bacterias and complex organism that live on the bottom of the ocean where oxygen is almost non-existent.


Botulism toxin (or Bo-Tox) essentially paralyses the muscles in the area around the injection.


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


Botulism is caused by the ingestion of the toxin that is formed by Clostridium botulinum. The toxin is formed when the bacteria are growing under anaerobic, low acid conditions.


No, Botox is made from botulism toxin.


Not directly, but the infectious microorganism that causes the disease may produce a toxin that is the cause of some of the disease's symptoms. Not every disease causing microorganism produces a toxin.


No, botulism is the disease caused by the ingestion of the toxin formed during the growth of the bacteria Clostridium botulinum.


Alpha toxins are dangerous compounds produced by bacterias.


Botulism is an intoxication, whose vector is the botulinum toxin. The toxin is a protein produced in anaerobic conditions. The bacteria which produces the toxin is called Clostridium botulinum, a large anaerobic gram-positive bacillus. Seven serological varieties of the bacterium is named from A to G. All these types of bacteria produces simillar symptoms : acetylcholine is not released from the motor nerve endings, so causing paralysis, blurred vision, nausea, vomiting, diarreha or constipation, respiratory difficulty.


It originates from the toxin produced by the bacterium, C. botulinum.


Botulism is caused by a bacteria called Clostridium botulinum. This bacteria produces a toxin that causes nerve damage. The way to get this bacteria is through food, although it causes little GI damage.


Three types of botulism have been identified: foodborne, wound, and infant botulism. The main difference between types hinges on the route of exposure to the toxin.


Botulism is the condition caused by botulinum toxin which is produced by the bacterium clostridium botulinum under anaerobic condition.


You get botulism from a toxin produced by bacteria Also - it can enter the body through a wound contaminated by the organism and the organism needn't be present if the toxin has already been produced. Infants may get it from eating unpasteurised honey but most botulism occurs after eating improperly canned or cooked foods.


You cannot cause an organism - the question is the same as asking "Causes of a pig?". The bacteria produces botulinum toxin - a powerful neuro-toxin.


Botulism is a particular condition brought about by the ingestion of the Clostridium botulinum toxin. It is a potent neurotoxin, is extremely serious and likely to be fatal.


Canned goods can explode if exposed to extreme heat, or if they are dented and have even a pin-sized hole in them. The hole can cause air to come in, and can cause Botulism, a deadly paralytic toxin. You can't always tell if it contains Botulism, however, the key sign is to look for is a foamy liquid inside. Botulism can lead to respiratory failure.


Botulinus toxin blocks the release of acetylcholine from the presynaptic terminal. This is a total blockage of neuronal transmission.


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.


Yes. Animals can become ill from the botulinum toxin, too.



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