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What's Left Unsaid

A pair of studies from Stephen Arnon at California Department of Public Health and his colleagues in the Journal of Infectious Diseases report on a novel strain of Clostridium botulinum isolated from an infant. This strain, the researchers write, produces botulinum toxins type B as well as a new toxin they dubbed type H.

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