atoxic


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atoxic

 [ah-tok´sik]
not poisonous; not due to a poison.

a·tox·ic

(ā-tok'sik),
Not toxic.

atoxic

(ā-tŏk′sĭk)
adj.
Not poisonous or toxic.

atoxic

adjective An older term referring to effect or substance which is not poisonous; nontoxic.

a·tox·ic

(ā-tok'sik)
Not toxic.
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Arsenic and vehicle alone treated (a) mouse and (b) human primary hepatocytes were exposed to atoxic oxidative stress from 100 [micro]M [H.sub.2][O.sub.2].
Adele Ovens, of Stirchley, Telford, had been given only a year to live after being diagnosed with the rare blood condition, Atoxic Anaemia.
in order to enable an effective and atoxic use of antibiotics in the intensive care units, a therapeutic "drug monitoring" (tdm) for antibiotics and antimycotics at the nuremberg clinic should be firmly established.
In order for vanadium compounds to be effective, atoxic well-defined forms of that metal ion encompassing selected physicochemical characteristics should be examined carefully in terms of their availability, selectivity, and specificity, followed by long-term epidemiological studies and controlled clinical trials.
Contract awarded for "corrugated tube circuit for neonatal fan high frequency, polyvinyl chloride atoxic with part in" and "with hole flow sensor and thermometer with water trap and casca"
Contract awarded for c-7965 corrugated tube circuit for fan neonatal high frequency, polyvinyl chloride atoxic with part in "and" with hole flow sensor and thermometer with water trap
Contract awarded for 50 corrugated tube circuit for high frequency neonatal fan, atoxic polyvinyl chloride with part in "and" with flow sensor hole and thermometer with water trap c-7965
C-7965 corrugated tube circuit for fan neonatal high frequency, atoxic polyvinyl chloride with part in "and" with flow sensor hole and thermometer with water trap and waterfall.
Contract awarded for 25 corrugated tube circuit for fan, atoxic polyvinyl chloride with part in "and" with flow sensor hole and thermometer.