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  • noun Plural form of cytotoxin.


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  • To predigest their prey, most rattlers produce so-called cytotoxins and hemotoxins, which damage tissue and disrupt blood clotting.

    Scientific American

  • There's something called cytotoxins that can literally affect your cells, which affects your overall health and can lead to everything from flu-like symptoms, worsen asthma, cause skin irritation.


  • In that case, what occurred would have been somewhat the same as in the experiments of Charrin, Delamare, and Moussu, where guinea-pigs in gestation, whose liver or kidney was injured, transmitted the lesion to their progeny, simply because the injury to the mother's organ had given rise to specific "cytotoxins" which acted on the corresponding organ of the foetus. [

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • My hair will grow back, and I won't feel tired and draggy from the cytotoxins in my system every week.


  • My hair will grow back, and I won't feel tired and draggy from the cytotoxins in my system every week.

    Dove's Eye View:

  • Even a slight concentration of cytotoxins suffices to disrupt bacterial activity, with a resultant shift in pH, lower gas yield, higher CO2 content and pronounced odor nuisance.

    5. Biogas technique

  • The perforin and granulysin are cytotoxins, they form pores in the target cell's plasma membrane causing ions and water to flow into the target cell that make the cell expand and eventually undergo lysis.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • I interviewed and met with three separate cancer specialists including the head of oncology for a cancer research center in the top 10 worldwide; the answer to her cancer was an extensive regiment of cytotoxins followed by radiation, despite her heart tests which came back with less than 50\% efficiency for her left ventricle.

    Planet Atheism

  • Her oncologists had not one suggestion for a change in her diet, a change in aerobic activity, or any solution other than the administration of very expensive cytotoxins followed by a 30 day bout of nuclear medicine, to further suppress and completely annihilate her immune system to get the cancer out of her.

    Planet Atheism

  • Enterohemorrhagic E. coli can cause serious illness and pathology because of its ability to produce potent cytotoxins called Shiga toxins 1 and 2.

    Food Poisoning Law Blog


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