hepatotoxic

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hep·a·to·tox·ic

(hep'ă-tō-tok'sik),
Relating to an agent that damages the liver, or pertaining to any such action.

hepatotoxic

[-tok′sik]
destructive to the liver.

hep·a·to·tox·ic

(hep'ă-tō-tok'sik)
Relating to an agent that damages the liver, or pertaining to any such action.

hepatotoxic

causing liver damage.
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Cyanobacteria and prawn farming in northerns New Wales, Australia-a case study an cyanobacterial diversity and hepatotoxin bioaccumulation.
Various hepatotoxins viz carbon tetrachloride, paracetamol and thioacetamide have been shown to result in reduction of viability of hepatocytes and leakage of enzymes which are considered to be the markers of cellular injury (Zimmeramann 1965).
All drugs are potential hepatotoxins but certain ARVs are more frequently associated with liver toxicity, e.
toxins, irritants, corrosives, sensitizers, hepatotoxins, nephrotoxins,
Other factors, such as diet, hepatotoxins and likely other genes, are important factors that lead to hemochromarosis.
This genus manufactures potent chemicals that attack the liver and so are called hepatotoxins.
Cyanobacteria can produce neurotoxins, hepatotoxins or lipopolysaccharide toxins, depending upon the species.
These plants contain pyrrolizidine alkaloids--substances that are firmly established to be hepatotoxins in animals.
The patient's chemotherapeutic drugs included known hepatotoxins, but her total methotrexate dose was only 450 mg, and the drug combinations in question are commonly received without leading to hepatic cirrhosis or hepatic hemosiderosis.