[ UK /tˈɒksɪn/ ]
[ US /ˈtɑksən/ ]
  1. a poisonous substance produced during the metabolism and growth of certain microorganisms and some higher plant and animal species
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How To Use toxin In A Sentence

  • The endotoxins exuded are cell - wall constituents that are sort of like pheromones or germ sweat. T.S. Wiley: Can Sleep Loss Destroy Your Immune System?
  • Water dilutes, dissolves and helps eliminate toxins and trash that could otherwise inhibit immune function, muscle recovery and growth.
  • The problem was that the exhaust gases contain many toxins.
  • Toxins accumulate faster, and viruses and bacteria grow more quickly, in a body that is not adequately warmed.
  • After inactivation of the diphtheria poison, or in other words after the detoxication of the body fluids by the addition of diphtheria antitoxin, the dyscrasia is overcome; in its place appears, so to say, a eucrasia. Emil von Behring - Nobel Lecture
  • His symptoms led to the conclusion that his troubles were likely caused by grayanotoxin poisoning, also known as rhododendron poisoning and "mad honey intoxication. The Seattle Times
  • Others argue the effect of low-level radiation may be amplified by ‘toxins’ emitted from irradiated cells to non-irradiated ‘bystanders’.
  • OBJECTIVE : To establish a bacterial endotoxin test for compound diclofenac sodium and lidocaine hydrochlo ˉ ride injection ( CDL ).
  • Necrotising fasciitis is a rare but potentially deadly bacterial infection that releases toxins which damage nearby tissue. Times, Sunday Times
  • Objective To explore the effect of endotoxin to lung in experimental peritonitis.
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