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What sources does botox come from?


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Answered 2011-03-20 21:30:33

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.


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No - it does not. Botox is an artificially manufactured product from the bacterium 'Clostridium botulinum'.

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This is slightly more complex than it at first appears The active molecule of Botulinum Toxin weighs about 150kDaltons but Botox molecules have complexing proteins around them that come from the bacteria in the manufacturing process so that the Botox molecule weighs about 900kDaltons. The complexing proteins come off after injection so that the active molecule that remains is 150kDalton there are approx 20units botox/nanogram or 5nanogram/100units Botox ie 100 units Botox contains under 1nanogram of active Botulinum Toxin which is about 40million molecules

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