toxicide

toxicide

(tŏks′ĭ-sīd) [Gr. toxikon, poison, + L. cidus, kill]
1. Destructive to toxins.
2. A chemical antidote for poisons.
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Adverse effects and toxicides (except the renal and bone effects due to tenofovir disoproxil fumarate mentioned earlier) and drug interactions with this regimen are infrequent.
Khabaz-Saberi H, Barker SJ, Rengel Z (2014) Tolerance to ion toxicides enhances wheat grain yield in acid soils prone to drought and transient waterlogging.
Prior to LHRHa, oral E2 was first-line therapy for the treatment of prostate cancer but was later abandoned due to recognition of the cardiovascular (CVS) toxicides resulting from hepatic induction of pro-coagulation proteins following first-pass metabolism.
People handle toxicides in different ways; everyone has to be treated individually.
These delays were not accounted for by toxicides, which were experienced in similar proportions by race.
Several generations of ABC efflux transporter inhibitors have been developed, however, none of them could provide better clinical outcome due to systemic toxicides and significant drug-drug interactions.
The investigators found that T-VEC plus ipilimumab was tolerable in a cohort of 19 patients and showed no signs of dose-limiting toxicides (DLTs), and suggest that the combination offers a better treatment option than either drug on its own.
Summary of 41 snail samples analyzed in this study, showing species, part of snail analyzed, harvesting area, sample collection date, and PSP toxicides (micrograms saxitoxin equivalents per kg of shellfish) by MBA and LC-FLD.
32) Consideration of potential drug-drug interactions and overlapping toxicides should guide antiretroviral selection in coinfected people receiving treatment for HCV infection (DHHS Adult).
Of patients taking AIs, the main reason for treatment discontinuation is musculoskeletal toxicides.
Lucie, Florida), will involve the use of novel engineered enzyme formulations to improve viability and quality of isolated stem cells with no toxicides.
The toxicides that are dumped into filling lands by industries penetrate the ground and poison underground water.