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23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Botulinum Toxin in US$ Million by the following Segments: Cosmetic Applications, and Therapeutic Applications.
: 1, ATC Code: M03AX01, Generic Name: Botulinum toxin, pharmaceutical form: injection Strength: 4 E, Unit Value: 20 E Quantity of units: 10 Region Breakdown: 2014 K.
4 ( ANI ): Botulinum toxin could have an enormous potential in treatment of inflammatory skin diseases like psoriasis and eczema, researchers have claimed.
Botulinum toxin is produced by bacteria that live in the soil, and degrades rapidly when exposed to air and sunlight.
Led by Matteo Caleo of Italy's National Research Institute (CNR) in Pisa, the researchers injected a botulinum toxin into each rodent's superior colliculus, a part of the brain that deals with input from the eye.
Abstract: This review assessed the overall effectiveness of repeated treatments with botulinum toxin type A (BoNTA) across different conditions, as documented in the published literature.
With dosing specific to treat glabellar lines, BOTOX(R) for cosmetic use will be marketed in the UK under the brand name VISTABEL(R) and is the first and only brand of botulinum toxin type A licensed for cosmetic use in the UK.
botulinum cells produce botulinum toxin only under unique conditions: an anaerobic environment, nonacidic pH, low salinity, and high water activity (a critical factor influencing shelf-life) (2).