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detoxify

 [de-tok´sĭ-fi]
to subject to detoxification.

de·tox·i·cate

(dē-tok'si-kāt),
To diminish or remove the poisonous quality of any substance; to lessen the virulence of any pathogenic organism.
Synonym(s): detoxify
[L. de, from, + toxicum, poison]

detoxify

(dē-tŏk′sə-fī′)
tr.v. detoxi·fied, detoxi·fying, detoxi·fies
1. To counteract or destroy the toxic properties of: drugs that are detoxified by the liver.
2. To remove a toxic substance or the effects of such a substance from: soaked the cassava to detoxify it.
3. To treat (an individual) for alcohol or drug intoxication, usually under a medically supervised program designed to rid the body of toxic substances and manage withdrawal symptoms.

de·tox·i·fy

(dē-tok'si-fī)
To diminish or remove the poisonous quality of any substance; to lessen the virulence of any pathogenic organism.
Synonym(s): detoxicate.
[L. de, from, + toxicum, poison]

de·tox·i·fy

(dē-tok'si-fī)
To diminish or remove the poisonous quality of any substance; to lessen the virulence of any pathogenic organism.
[L. de, from, + toxicum, poison]
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curcas (Azzaz et al., 2011) and to evaluate the biochemical and hematological responses of albino rats fed with detoxified J.
The experimental diets were prepared by replacing 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% skimmed milk casein with detoxified curcas seed as shown in table.
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The detoxified sand can either be reused within the foundry to make molds and cores, or sold as a by-product.
The research showed that 6 percent of the black smokers detoxified NNAL aggressively and thus were at less risk of lung cancer than most other black smokers.
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While it's tempting to rule out Chinese food for breakfast, extrapolation to humans is difficult because experimental doses were more than 50 times those one might expect from a meal, and because MSG -- when not injected -- is largely detoxified in the digestive tract.
However, he says, once these microbes begin to chow down on the PCBs, the pollutant cache appears to become detoxified at a rate of approximately 50 percent every three to five years.
The 3,4,3',4'-TCP used in the Dutch study "is detoxified" when it is broken down in the body's metabolism process, Aust notes.