T-2 mycotoxin


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T-2 my·co·tox·in

(mī'kō-tok'sin)
A type of trichothecene mycotoxin responsible for alimentary toxic aleukia (ATA) toxicosis and asserted to have been a component of yellow rain.
See also: primary blast injury, secondary blast injury, quaternary blast injury, trichothecene mycotoxin, yellow rain
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