Definitions for "Toxin"
A poisonous product formed by an organism, such as a pathogenic bacterium, a plant or an animal, usually having a high molecular weight, often a protein or a polysaccharide, but occasionally a low-molecular weight agent such as tetrodotoxin.
Any substance with the potential to cause disease or damage to body tissues.
Any substance that causes harm to living organisms.
a compound that can harm the structure or function of body cells and tissues
a compound that changes the structure of cells and tissues in your body, as well as change how the body cells and tissues function
A chemical that causes cell injury. A more specific microbiological meaning is a bacterial product that provokes injury that is accompanied by an inflammatory or immunological response. The product may be soluble (exotoxin) or associated with the bacterial cell wall (endotoxin).
Toxin is a fictional character, a superhero, in the Marvel Comics universe. He is the third major Symbiote of the Spider-Man series, and the eighth known to have appeared in the comics outside of the Planet of the Symbiotes storyline.
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Keywords:  thriller, robin, suspense, cook, book
Toxin is the 1998 suspense thriller book written by Robin Cook.
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an important virulence factor that increases the cellular damage caused by H
an agent capable of interfering with normal metabolism
a clinically proven alternative to conservative medication or surgery