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an·ti·tox·ic

(an'tē-tok'sik),
Neutralizing the action of a poison; specifically, relating to an antitoxin.
See also: antidotal.

antitoxic

(ăn′tē-tŏk′sĭk, ăn′tī-)
adj.
1. Counteracting a toxin or poison.
2. Relating to or containing an antitoxin: an antitoxic serum.

an·ti·tox·ic

(an'tē-tok'sik)
Neutralizing the action of a poison; specifically, relating to an antitoxin.
See also: antidotal

antitoxic,

adj having the capacity to render bacterial toxins inert.

an·ti·tox·ic

(an'tē-tok'sik)
Neutralizing the action of a poison; specifically, relating to an antitoxin.
See also: antidotal

antitoxic

effective against a poison; pertaining to antitoxin.
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7) Superoxide dismutase (SOD), one of the important intracellular antioxidant enzymes present in aerobic cells has an antitoxic effect against superoxide anion.
The purification of antitoxic plasmas by enzyme treatment and heat denaturation.
In other areas, with a negligible risk of GABHS resistance to clindamycin, clindamycin in vitro efficiency is similar to penicillins, with the advantage of an antitoxic effect and an excellent oral bioavailability, and could be a better option.
The liver is also a prime organ for processing and eliminating all sorts of toxins, and its antitoxic abilities are crucial for the health of the animal's immune system.
This is largely due to most mammals' ready uptake and increasingly impaired innate release (detoxification + excretion) mechanisms when they loose innate antitoxic, homeostatic mechanisms.
It promotes the flavor of all tastes, is antitoxic, and kills germs.
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The antitoxic mechanism of this antibody-rich hyperimmune plasma is different from that of antibiotics.
SOD, one of the very important intracellular antioxidant enzymes, is present in all aerobic cells and has an antitoxic effect against superoxide anion.