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Production of Botulinum Toxin A BE 3340 Process Design Group 5

@inproceedings{Derise2013ProductionOB,
  title={Production of Botulinum Toxin A BE 3340 Process Design Group 5},
  author={Natalie Derise and Kristin Harrison and Christina Juneau and D Rees},
  year={2013}
}
known to man, also employs a vital purpose in medical drug therapy. Through the growth, extraction, and purification of Botulinum Toxin A (BT-A) from either live cultures or spores of C. botulinum, patients suffering from a multitude of neuromuscular disorders are given more freedom to live independently and painlessly. Specifically, in the neuromuscular disorder Cerebral Palsy, an excess release of acetylcholine results in uncontrolled muscle contraction. BT-A inhibits the transfer of… Expand

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