The Botulinum Journal (TBJ)

The Botulinum Journal

2012 Vol.2 No.2

Editorial: Molecule on a mission

Pages Title and author(s)


96-98Is the mouse LD50 unit here to stay?
Michael Adler
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050202

Brief Review

99-108Exploring genomic diversity in Clostridium botulinum using DNA microarrays
Brian H. Raphael
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050195

Research Articles

109-118Impact of molecular weight and serotype on botulinum neurotoxin oral toxicity and stability in simulated gastrointestinal tract conditions
J. Adam Crawford; Jennifer Kronenberg; Jennifer Beare; Rebekah Starner; Angelo Scorpio; Sherry Blight
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050193
119-134Detection, differentiation, and subtyping of botulinum toxins A, B, E, and F by mass spectrometry
Suzanne R. Kalb; Wanda I. Santana; James L. Pirkle; John R. Barr
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050194
135-149Cloning, expression and purification of botulinum neurotoxin type A heavy chain - crystallographic evidence for a putative tetrameric pore
Damodharan Lakshminarasimhan; Desigan Kumaran; Rakhi Agarwal; Bal Ram Singh; Subramanyam Swaminathan
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050196

Brief Overviews

150-155Monoclonal antibodies and reagents for botulinum research
Larry H. Stanker; Luisa W. Cheng
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050197
156-158Molecular modelling of botulinum neurotoxin serotype A metalloprotease inhibitors
Bing Li; Norton P. Peet; Terry L. Bowlin
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050198
159-163Single-molecule DNA mapping for pathogen detection
Robert H. Meltzer
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050199
164-167Ultra-sensitive protein detection using single molecule arrays (SiMoA): the potential for detecting single molecules of botulinum toxin
David C. Duffy
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050200
168-172Near infrared whole body imaging
Martha Hale
DOI: 10.1504/TBJ.2012.050201