hepatoxin

hepatoxin

[-tok′sin]
a poison that damages parenchymal cells of the liver.

hepatoxin

substance toxic to hepatic cells.
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All Industrial, laboratory, natural and herbal chemicals can induce hepatic toxicities, these agents are called hepatoxins.
The biological functions of flavonoiods include protection against inflammatory allergies, free radical scavenging, ulcers, microbes, hepatoxins, platelets aggregation, viruses and tumors (Okwu and Omodamiro, 2005; Okwu and Emenike, 2006).