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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

an·ti·tox·ic

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