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Botulinum toxin in cancer therapy-current perspectives and limitations
Different serotypes of botulinum toxins (BoNTs) act upon different types of SNARE proteins. This property is used in aesthetic medicine to treat certain eye disorders such as crossed eyes (strabismus) and uncontrolled ...
Animal botulism in Poland – laboratory and epidemiological investigations
(National Veterinary Research Institute in Pulawy, 2022)
The aim of the study was to present cases of botulism in animals found in Poland in 2019–2021. The analytical laboratory diagnosis and difficulties that occurred in the interpretation of the results are described. Material ...
Enterococci—Involvement in Pathogenesis and Therapeutic Potential in Cancer Treatment: A Mini-Review
Enterococcus spp. are Gram-positive, heterogeneous lactic acid bacteria inhabiting various environments. Several species of Enterococci are considered to be able to stimulate the immune system and play an important role ...
Probiotic Potential of Clostridium spp.—Advantages and Doubts
Clostridium spp. is a large genus of obligate anaerobes and is an extremely heterogeneous group of bacteria that can be classified into 19 clusters. Genetic analyses based on the next- generation sequencing of 16S rRNA ...
Molecular diversity of BoNT-producing clostridia—a still-emerging and challenging problem
The diversity of BoNT-producing Clostridia is still a worrying problem for specialistswho explore the evolutionary and taxonomic diversity of C. botulinum. It is also a problem for epidemiologists and laboratory staff ...
Clostridium perfringens - opportunistic foodborne pathogen, its diversity and epidemiological significance
The C. perfringens species is associated with various environments, such as soils, sewage, and food. However, it is also a component of the gastrointestinal (GI) microflora (i.e., microbiota) of sick and healthy humans and ...