botulin
noun Etymology: probably from New Latin botulinum Date: circa 1900 botulinum toxin

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • botulin — botùlīn m <G botulína> DEFINICIJA kem. otrov koji nastaje djelovanjem bacila Clostridium botulinum; uzrokuje botulizam ETIMOLOGIJA lat. botulus: kobasica …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • botulin — [bäch′ə lin] n. the toxin causing botulism …   English World dictionary

  • Botulin — Botulinumtoxin Serotyp A (Clostridium botulinum) Bändermodell nach …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • botulin — noun An extremely potent nerve toxin produced by the anaerobic bacteria Clostridium botulinum. Ingesting botulin results in the serious medical condition of botulism. See Also: Botox …   Wiktionary

  • botulin — /boch euh lin/, n. the toxin formed by botulinus and causing botulism. [1885 90; < L botul(us) (see BOTULISM) + IN2] * * * …   Universalium

  • botulin — SYN: botulinus toxin. * * * bot·u·lin bäch ə lən n botulinum toxin * * * bot·u·lin (bochґu lin) [L. botulus sausage] botulinum toxin …   Medical dictionary

  • Botulin — Botuli̱n [zu lat. botulus = Darm; Wurst] s; s, e: vom ↑Clostridium botulinum gebildeter Giftstoff, der den ↑Botulismus verursacht …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • botulin — n. poison formed by botulinus (causes botulism) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • botulin — [ bɒtjʊlɪn] noun the bacterial toxin involved in botulism …   English new terms dictionary

  • botulin — bot·u·lin …   English syllables

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