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Cosmetic Use of Botox

Anne C, Cornille F, Lenoir C, Roques BP. (2001), High-throughput fluorogenic assay for determination of botulinum type B neurotoxin protease activity. Analytical Biochemistry 291: 253-261.

The audience of the article are chemists and professionals using botox. The purpose of the article is to reveal properties of botulinum B that distinguishes this article from others. The authors conclude that botox may have neurotoxic effects.

Bigalke H, Wohlfarth K, Irmer A, Dengler R. (2001), Botulinum A toxin: Dysport improvement of biological availability. Experimental Neurology 168: 162-170.

The purpose of the article is to reveal the chemical background of botox and effects of the toxin on human health. The author focuses on the biological availability of the toxin specifically. The article’s target audience are chemists and professionals using botulinum A. The article focuses on the specific chemical background of botox. Authors are credible and reliable and they conclude that botulinum A is toxic and, therefore, dangerous.

Jordan, D.R. “Cosmetic Uses for Botox,” In Sight, 6(3), pp.1-4. Retrieved on February 5, 2012 from http://www.drjordan.on.ca/pdfs/InSight_v6n3_Sept00.pdf

The purpose of the article is to identify cosmetic use of botox, focusing on benefits and possible drawbacks of botox along with the assessment of possible risks associated with the cosmetic use of botox. The target audience is consumers using botox and health care professionals dealing with cosmetic use of botox. The article provides extensive overview of cosmetic use of botox and its effects on patients’ health. The article provides specific analysis of risks associated with using botox and possible effects of cosmetic use of botox. The author is credible as he is MD,FACS, etc.

Klein AW and Glogau RG (2000), Editorial: Botulinum toxin: beyond cosmesis. Archives of Dermatology 136: 539-541.

The purpose of the article is to reveal the use of botox in different fields along with cosmetics. The target audience are professionals using botox. The article reveals the wide scope of application of botulinum. The author concludes that botulinum may be useful but it is still a toxin and its use should be careful. The author is credible.

Pearce LB, Borodic GE, First ER, MacCallum RD (1994), Measurement of botulinum toxin activity: evaluation of the lethality assay. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 128: 69-77.

The authors of the article aim at revealing toxic activity of botox and possible lethal outcomes of its use in cosmetics and other fields. The audience are consumers using botox and professionals working with botox. The article reveals the fact that botox may be lethal. The authors are credible, while their conclusions warn consumers of lethal effects of using botox.

 

References:

Anne C, Cornille F, Lenoir C, Roques BP. (2001), High-throughput fluorogenic assay for determination of botulinum type B neurotoxin protease activity. Analytical Biochemistry 291: 253-261.
Bigalke H, Wohlfarth K, Irmer A, Dengler R. (2001), Botulinum A toxin: Dysport improvement of biological availability. Experimental Neurology 168: 162-170.
Jordan, D.R. “Cosmetic Uses for Botox,” In Sight, 6(3), pp.1-4. Retrieved on February 5, 2012 from http://www.drjordan.on.ca/pdfs/InSight_v6n3_Sept00.pdf
Klein AW and Glogau RG (2000), Editorial: Botulinum toxin: beyond cosmesis. Archives of Dermatology 136: 539-541.
Pearce LB, Borodic GE, First ER, MacCallum RD (1994), Measurement of botulinum toxin activity: evaluation of the lethality assay. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 128: 69-77.