tarichatoxin

tarichatoxin

 [tar´ik-ah-tok″sin]
name given to the lethal neurotoxin tetrodotoxin when it comes from the newt Taricha.
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tarichatoxin

(tăr″ĭk-ă-tŏk′sĭn)
A neurotoxin from the Taricha newt.
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