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  • adj. of or relating to or produced by the botulinus


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  • Large-scale production of anthrax spores and of botulinal toxin was planned to take place in a plant at Vigo, Indiana, near Terre Haute, built in 1944.


  • One day after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Dysport, a new product that will compete with Botox, the agency ordered that labels for all botulinal toxin-based drugs must carry a black box safety warning.

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  • Also, it will require manufacturers of botulinal products [Allergan (Botox) and Ipsen / Medicis Pharmaceuticals (Dysport)] to send physicians letters warning of the risks and to craft medical guides given to patients at the time of injection.

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  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: "The effect of the botulinal toxin and its field use was successful.

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