This work is part of Ipsen's commitment to apply modern protein engineering and recombinant protein expression to enable development of novel and improved botulinum neurotoxin
products for increased therapeutic utility and patient care".
Understanding the driving forces for the future of the botulinum neurotoxin
Mercury is a potent neurotoxin
that exerts a synergistic amplifying effect on all other neurotoxins
The five strains were remarkably similar in the area of the genome containing the neurotoxin
If botulinum neurotoxin
is produced in the infant gut it is transported to the neuromuscular junction, leading to flaccid muscle paralysis that in infants is known as floppy baby syndrome.
are the most poisonous poison known to the humankind produced by strains of C.
Turley added: "Unlike neurotoxin
agents, which have to be injected periodically, a localized injection of a RHAMM inhibitor should produce long-lasting skin volumizing effects and would not involve muscle paralysis, which means there would be no loss of expression if it were to be injected into the face.
Consistent with this view, endogenous neurotoxins
(R)-Sal and (R)-NMSal have been considered to be responsible for the massive depletion of dopaminergic neurons and participate in the pathogenesis of PD.
frequently cause inflammation, damage hormone pathways, and affect the immune system.
High affinity binding of red tide neurotoxins
to marine mammal brain.
This chemical disruption is a trait common to many neurotoxins
It makes a "probable link" to neurotoxins
and says one source is likely to be the nerve gas sarin - to which troops were exposed after an airstrike on an Iraqi chemical weapons factory.