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Running head: BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN 1
Botulinum Neurotoxin
Vanessa McAndrew
Capella University

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BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN 2
Botulinum Neurotoxin
Introduction
Toxins are harmful substances that cause environmental, human and even bodily harm.
The wastes come from plants, animals and also factories that emit the toxic materials into the air,
water and soil. The effects of waste impact badly in the preparation and the proper functioning of
the human body especially. In light of the above statements, many avenues have been set by
different parties to ensure that the risk due to exposure to the toxins is reduced if not eliminated.
Different conferences have looked into eradicating the hazardous waste, and their subsequent
contribution could not be downplayed. The paper undertakes to examine a particular toxin, its
impact on the population and the federal government's intervention on the application, use and
quantity submission of the toxic waste. The substance under investigation lies on the Botulinum
neuro toxin(BOTN). The substance has its dangers and the amount recommendations adequately
analyzed in the discussion body (Silberstein et al 2006).
Botulinum neurotoxin source of human exposure and the risks
The BoNT produces dangerous nuclear particles that when let in the air increases the
human bodily danger in case a contact is made between the two phenomena. Clostridium
Botulinum contains harmful bacteria that can block the nervous system hindering respiratory
functions. Muscular paralysis could also occur as a result of having contact with the Botulinum
toxins which are a very lethal substance ever emitted into the environment. A common cause of
food botulism points to the canning, preservation and fermented foods. The preparation of the
high food requires extra caution to rid consumers of its dangers on consumption. Infant botulism
can also be attributed as a source of Botulinum and points to the infant ingesting the C Botulism
which lacks oxygen and present in food spores causing various breakdowns in the child's growth

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Running head: BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN Botulinum Neurotoxin Vanessa McAndrew Capella University 1 BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN 2 Botulinum Neurotoxin Introduction Toxins are harmful substances that cause environmental, human and even bodily harm. The wastes come from plants, animals and also factories that emit the toxic materials into the air, water and soil. The effects of waste impact badly in the preparation and the proper functioning of the human body especially. In light of the above statements, many avenues have been set by different parties to ensure that the risk due to exposure to the toxins is reduced if not eliminated. Different conferences have looked into eradicating the hazardous waste, and their subsequent contribution could not be downplayed. The paper undertakes to examine a particular toxin, its impact on the population and the federal government's intervention on the application, use and quantity submission of the toxic waste. The substance under investigation lies on the Botulinum neuro toxin(BOTN). The substance has its dangers and the amount recommendations adequately analyzed in the discussion body (Silberstein et al 2006). Botulinum neurotoxin source of human exposure and the risks The BoNT produces dangerous nuclear particles that when let in the air increases the human bodily danger in case a contact is made between the two phenomena. Clostridium Botulinum contains harmful bacteria that can block the nervous system hindering respiratory functions. Muscula ...
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