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Botulism malady

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Aliases & Classifications for Botulism

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Aliases & Descriptions for Botulism:

Name: Botulism 8 42 10 44 48 32 2
Foodborne Botulism 8 42
Wound Botulism 42 61
Intoxication with Clostridium Botulinum Toxin 8
Food Poisoning Due to Clostridium Botulinum 8
 
Infection Due to Clostridium Botulinum 8
Botulism, Infantile 61
Botulism Poisoning 8
Infant Botulism 42


Classifications:



Characteristics (Orphanet epidemiological data):

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botulism:
Prevalence: <1/1000000 (Europe),<1/1000000 (Worldwide),1-9/1000000 (France),1-9/1000000 (United States); Age of onset: All ages; Age of death: any age


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Disease Ontology8 DOID:11976
MeSH33 D001906
NCIt39 C84599
Orphanet48 1267
MESH via Orphanet34 D001906
ICD10 via Orphanet26 A05.1
UMLS via Orphanet62 C0006057
ICD1025 A05.1

Summaries for Botulism

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MedlinePlus:32 Botulism is a rare but serious illness. the cause is a toxin (poison) made by a bacterium called clostridium botulinum. it occurs naturally in soil. there are several kinds of botulism. foodborne botulism comes from eating foods contaminated with the toxin. wound botulism happens when a wound infected with the bacteria makes the toxin. it is more common in heroin users. infant botulism happens when a baby consumes the spores of the bacteria from soil or honey. all forms can be deadly and are medical emergencies. symptoms include double or blurred vision, drooping eyelids, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, dry mouth, and muscle weakness. treatment may include antitoxins, intensive medical care, or surgery of infected wounds. to prevent botulism: be very careful when canning foods at home do not let babies eat honey get prompt medical care for infected wounds centers for disease control and prevention

MalaCards based summary: Botulism, also known as foodborne botulism, is related to wound botulism and intestinal botulism, and has symptoms including xerostomia, abnormality of the pupil and diplopia. An important gene associated with Botulism is LY96 (lymphocyte antigen 96), and among its related pathways are Neurotransmitter Release Cycle and Insulin Signaling. The compounds mgatp and n-ethylmaleimide have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include neuromuscular junction, testes and colon, and related mouse phenotype reproductive system.

Disease Ontology:8 A primary bacterial infectious disease that involves intoxication caused by botulinum neurotoxins (bonta, b, e and f) located in neuromuscular junction, resulting in descending muscle paralysis, has material basis in clostridium botulinum a, has material basis in clostridium botulinum b, has material basis in clostridium botulinum e and has material basis in clostridium botulinum f.

Wikipedia:64 Botulism US /?b?t??l?z?m/ UK /?b?tj?l?z?m/ (Latin, botulus, a sausage) is a rare and potentially fatal... more...

Related Diseases for Botulism

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Diseases related to botulism

Symptoms for Botulism

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Symptoms:

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  • pupillary anomalies/mydriasis/myosis/tonic pupil
  • diplopia/double vision
  • mouth dryness/xerostomia
  • feeding disorder/dysphagia/swallowing/sucking disorder/esophageal dyskinesia
  • acute abdominal pain/colic
  • diaphragmatic palsy
  • cranial nerves palsy
  • acute palsy
  • elocution disorders/dysarthria/dysphonia
  • muscle weakness/flaccidity
  • asthenia/fatigue/weakness
  • nausea/vomiting/regurgitation/merycism/hyperemesis
  • constipation
  • respiratory distress/dyspnea/respiratory failure/lung volume reduction
  • cardiac rhythm disorder/arrhythmia
  • pollakiuria/polyuria/dysuria/anuria/acute urine retention/oliguria
  • acute diarrhea
  • early death/lethality

HPO human phenotypes related to Botulism:

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id Description Frequency HPO Source Accession
1 xerostomia hallmark (90%) HP:0000217
2 abnormality of the pupil hallmark (90%) HP:0000615
3 diplopia hallmark (90%) HP:0000651
4 abdominal pain hallmark (90%) HP:0002027
5 neurological speech impairment hallmark (90%) HP:0002167
6 diaphragmatic paralysis hallmark (90%) HP:0006597
7 cranial nerve paralysis hallmark (90%) HP:0006824
8 feeding difficulties in infancy hallmark (90%) HP:0008872
9 cerebral palsy hallmark (90%) HP:0100021
10 nausea and vomiting typical (50%) HP:0002017
11 constipation typical (50%) HP:0002019
12 respiratory insufficiency typical (50%) HP:0002093
13 arrhythmia typical (50%) HP:0011675
14 abnormal renal physiology typical (50%) HP:0012211
15 diarrhea occasional (7.5%) HP:0002014

Drugs & Therapeutics for Botulism

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Drug clinical trials:

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Genetic Tests for Botulism

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Anatomical Context for Botulism

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Botulism:

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Testes, Colon, Lung, Breast, Skin, Bone, Heart, Bone marrow

FMA organs/tissues related to Botulism:

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Neuromuscular junction

Animal Models for Botulism or affiliated genes

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MGI Mouse Phenotypes related to Botulism:

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idDescriptionMGI Source AccessionScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1MP:00053899.0NR0B1, SYT2, SNAP25, TSN, F2

Publications for Botulism

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Articles related to Botulism:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Regional variations in home canning practices and the risk of foodborne botulism in the republic of georgia, 2003. (25836400)
2015
2
An atypical outbreak of food-borne botulism due to Clostridium botulinum types B and E from ham. (25428161)
2015
3
Infant botulism with prolonged faecal excretion of botulinum neurotoxin and Clostridium botulinum for 7 months. (23688392)
2014
4
Molecular epidemiology of infant botulism in california and elsewhere, 1976-2010. (24924163)
2014
5
Presence of Clostridium botulinum and botulinum toxin in milk and udder tissue of dairy cows with suspected botulism. (23585115)
2013
6
The workshop on animal botulism in Europe. (23971805)
2013
7
Notes from the field: botulism from drinking prison-made illicit alcohol - Arizona, 2012. (23388552)
2013
8
Investigation of serology for diagnosis of outbreaks of botulism in cattle. (21955441)
2012
9
Recurrent wound botulism among injection drug users in California. (21317399)
2011
10
Two unlinked cases of foodborne botulism in Italy at the beginning of 2010. (21811749)
2011
11
Epidemiology of foodborne botulism in Romania 1980-2009. (21495856)
2011
12
The ripe olive scare and hotel Loch Maree tragedy: Botulism under glass in the 1920's. (21563914)
2011
13
Botulism in cattle associated with poultry litter. (21685421)
2011
14
Three outbreaks of foodborne botulism caused by unsafe home canning of vegetables--Ohio and Washington, 2008 and 2009. (22186049)
2011
15
Outbreak of botulism (Clostridium botulinum type C) in wild waterfowl: Seoul, Korea. (20688704)
2010
16
Botulism, where are we now? (21171845)
2010
17
A brief history of botulism in South Africa. (19967922)
2009
18
Infant Botulism and Raised Intraocular Pressure. (19873952)
2009
19
Infant botulism. (19636165)
2009
20
Botulism and hot-smoked whitefish: a family cluster of type E botulism in France, September 2009. (19941787)
2009
21
Wound botulism from heroin skin popping. (18957182)
2008
22
Hematologic and biochemistry values for black-faced spoonbills (Platalea minor) with and recovering from botulism. (18689672)
2008
23
Infant botulism and treatment with BIG-IV (BabyBIG). (17484226)
2007
24
A case of infant botulism with a possible link to infant formula milk powder: evidence for the presence of more than one strain of Clostridium botulinum in clinical specimens and food. (16014431)
2005
25
Foodborne botulism in the Republic of Georgia. (15498162)
2004
26
Infant botulism: a diagnostic and management challenge. (14671769)
2003
27
A botulism case of a 12-year-old girl caused by intestinal colonization of Clostridium botulinum type Ab. (12824692)
2003
28
Anthrax, botulism and tularemia in Italy. (12749299)
2003
29
Botulism: a laboratory investigation on biological and food samples from cases and outbreaks in Brazil (1982-2001). (12532215)
2002
30
Foodborne botulism from eating home-pickled eggs--Illinois, 1997. (10987245)
2000
31
Cardiac arrest due to succinylcholine-induced hyperkalemia in a patient with wound botulism. (10773516)
2000
32
The botulism hazard. (9163303)
1997
33
Foodborne botulism--Oklahoma, 1994. (7885310)
1995
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Wound botulism--California, 1995. (7476845)
1995
35
Sequence of the gene coding for the neurotoxin of Clostridium botulinum type A associated with infant botulism: comparison with other clostridial neurotoxins. (8310180)
1993
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Distinction between Clostridium botulinum type A strains associated with food-borne botulism and those with infant botulism in Japan in intraintestinal toxin production in infant mice and some other properties. (1905658)
1991
37
An outbreak of type A foodborne botulism in Taiwan due to commercially preserved peanuts. (3225100)
1988
38
Infant botulism. (3767793)
1986
39
Infant botulism. (2878137)
1986
40
Infant botulism: anticipating the second decade. (3522756)
1986
41
Rapid diagnosis of a case of infant botulism by enzyme immunoassay. (3895179)
1985
42
Epidemiologic study of infant botulism in Pennsylvania: Report of the Infant Botulism Study group. (3991282)
1985
43
Leads from the MMWR. Infant botulism--Massachusetts. (6716572)
1984
44
Electrodiagnosis in the evaluation of progressive hypotonia in infancy with particular reference to infant botulism. (6950120)
1982
45
Atypical toxin variant of Clostridium botulinum type B associated with infant botulism. (7037830)
1981
46
Infant botulism. (386749)
1979
47
Prolonged respiratory paralysis in wound botulism. (421526)
1979
48
Infant botulism: new guise for an old disease. (83280)
1978
49
Infant botulism. Identification of Clostridium botulinum and its toxins in faeces. (62164)
1976
50
Interconversion of bacterial agents causing botulism and gas gangrene. (165441)
1975

Variations for Botulism

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Expression for genes affiliated with Botulism

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Botulism

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Pathways related to Botulism according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idSuper pathways (with members indented)ScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1
Show member pathways
9.7SNAP25, VAMP2
29.3VAMP2, SNAP23, SNAP25
3
Show member pathways
Nicotine Activity on Dopaminergic Neurons36
9.3VAMP2, SNAP23, SNAP25
4
Show member pathways
9.3SNAP25, SNAP23, VAMP2
59.2VAMP2, NSF
6
Show member pathways
Synaptic Vesicle Pathway36
8.9SNAP25, VAMP2, NSF
78.9SNAP25, VAMP2, NSF
8
Show member pathways
8.9SNAP25, VAMP2, NSF
9
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8.8VAMP2, VAPA, SNAP23, SNAP25
10
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8.7NSF, VAMP2, SNAP25, SYT2

Compounds for genes affiliated with Botulism

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Compounds related to Botulism according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idCompoundScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1mgatp449.3NSF, SNAP25
2n-ethylmaleimide44 119.6SNAP25, SNAP23, VAMP2, NSF
3glucose448.5SNAP25, SNAP23, VAMP2, NSF
4cysteine448.3NSF, SNAP23, SNAP25, NR0B1
5cholesterol44 28 24 1111.2NSF, VAPA, SNAP23, SNAP25, NR0B1
6lipid447.8SNAP25, SNAP23, LY96, VAPA, VAMP2, NSF
7calcium44 50 24 1110.6SYT2, SNAP25, SNAP23, VAMP2, NSF, SV2C

GO Terms for genes affiliated with Botulism

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Cellular components related to Botulism according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1endocytic vesicle membraneGO:00306669.8SYT2, VAMP2
2SNARE complexGO:00312019.4SNAP25, VAMP2
3synaptic vesicle membraneGO:00306729.3SYT2, VAMP2, SV2C
4neuron projectionGO:00430059.2VAMP2, SNAP23, SNAP25
5cell junctionGO:00300548.6SYT2, SNAP25, SNAP23, VAMP2, SV2C
6plasma membraneGO:00058866.9F2, HCFC2, NSF, VAMP2, VAPA, LY96

Biological processes related to Botulism according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1glutamate secretionGO:00140479.7VAMP2, SNAP25
2neurotransmitter secretionGO:00072699.6SYT2, SNAP25, VAMP2
3membrane fusionGO:00610259.4SNAP23, VAPA
4post-Golgi vesicle-mediated transportGO:00068929.3SNAP23, VAMP2
5exocytosisGO:00068879.2SNAP23, NSF
6synaptic transmissionGO:00072688.7SYT2, SNAP25, VAMP2, NSF

Molecular functions related to Botulism according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1syntaxin bindingGO:00199059.2VAMP2, NSF
2protein bindingGO:00055155.9NR0B1, F2, FBXW2, TSN, NSF, VAMP2

Sources for Botulism

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2CDC
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22GTR
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24HMDB
25ICD10
26ICD10 via Orphanet
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28IUPHAR
29KEGG
33MeSH
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39NCIt
40NDF-RT
43NINDS
44Novoseek
46OMIM
47OMIM via Orphanet
51PubMed
52QIAGEN
57SNOMED-CT via Orphanet
61UMLS
62UMLS via Orphanet