hemotoxin

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hemotoxin

 [he´mo-tok″sin]
an exotoxin characterized by hemolytic activity.

he·mo·tox·in

(hē'mō-tok'sin),
Any substance that causes destruction of red blood cells, including various hemolysins; usually used with reference to substances of biologic origin, in contrast to chemicals.
Synonym(s): hematotoxin, hematoxin

he·mo·tox·in

(hē'mō-tok'sin)
Any substance that destroys red blood cells, including various hemolysins; usually used with reference to substances of biologic origin, in contrast to chemicals.
Synonym(s): hematotoxin, haemotoxin.

he·mo·tox·in

(hē'mō-tok'sin)
Any substance that destroys red blood cells; used with reference to substances of biologic origin, in contrast to chemicals.
Synonym(s): haemotoxin.
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on the other hand, adverse reactions (haematotoxicity, allergic reactions and swelling of limbs of unclear etiology) were observed when generics were used with the active substance pemetrexed.
20-minute whole blood clotting time was used to study coagulopathy in all cases with suspected haematotoxicity. [9,10] Other clinical features like evidence of neurological deficits, significant initial local reaction crossing one major joint, or progressive local reaction post-admission were considered indications for anti-snake venom apart from obvious bleeding manifestations and evidences of snake bite related complications.
Abdelmegid, "Potential protective effects of quercetin and curcumin on paracetamol-induced histological changes, oxidative stress, impaired liver, kidney functions and haematotoxicity in rat," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
The findings also suggest the compliance to good manufacturing practice with respect to the efficiency of extraction, suitable processing, and storage of CPH pectin required for pharmaceutical grade excipients, as there was no indication of the presence of harmful contaminants from adulteration, heavy metal, or microbial contaminants which could result in haematotoxicity [23, 53].
Thangapandiyan, "Protective effect of epigallocatechin gallate on fluoride-induced oxidative stress related haematotoxicity in rats," Research & Reviews: Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicological Studies (RRJPTS), vol.
Hepatotoxicity (evaluated in terms of serum GOT and GPT levels), renotoxicity (in terms of serum urea and creatinine) and haematotoxicity (in terms of RBC, WBC and DC counts) were also ruled out.
Cypermethrin induced damage in genomic DNA and histopathological changes in brain and haematotoxicity in rats: The protective effect of sesame oil.
Potential protective effects of quercetin and curcumin on paracetamolinduced histological changes, oxidative stress, impaired liver and kidney functions and haematotoxicity in rat.
Abdelmegid, "Potential protective effects of quercetin and curcumin on paracetamol-induced histological changes, oxidative stress, impaired liver and kidney functions and haematotoxicity in rat," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
Farombi, "Influence of kolaviron and vitamin E on ethylene glycol monoethyl ether-induced haematotoxicity and renal apoptosis in rats," Cell Biochemistry and Function, vol.
Haematotoxicity is the primary side-effect, depending on the administered activity, degree of metastatic bone marrow infiltration, and other treatment such as chemotherapy.