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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Kimya) ağu
(Diş Hekimliği) Hayvan veya bitki hücrelerinin özellikle bakterilerin meydana getirdiği zehirli madde; toksinler vücuda enjekte edilince spesifik antikor veya antitoksinlerin oluşumuna sebep olurlar
(isim) toksin
(Kimya) zehir
toxin agent
(Askeri) TOKSİN MADDE: İnorganik zehirlerden ayrı olarak bitkisel veya hayvansal bir organizmanın metabolizmasında salgılanan özel bir madde şeklinde oluşan zehir. Böyle zehirler aynı zamanda sentetik yöntemler ile de imal edilebilmektedir
toxin agent
(Askeri) toksin madde
toxin agent
(Biyoloji) toksin ajanı
toxin warfare agent
(Askeri) toksin savaşı etmeni
toxin weapon
(Askeri) toksin silahı
toxin, toxine
(Tıp) Mikrop v.s.'nin ifraz ettiği zehir, toksin
lethal toxin
(Biyoloji) öldürücü toksin
marine toxin
(Biyoloji) deniz toksini
pertussis toxin
(Tıp) boğmaca toksini
plant toxin
(Biyoloji) bitkisel toksin
protein toxin
(Biyoloji) protein toksini
ricin toxin
(Biyoloji) risin toksini
venom toxin
(Biyoloji) zehir toksini
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A toxic or poisonous substance produced by the biological processes of biological organisms
a poison; frequently used to refer specifically to a protein produced by some higher plants, certain animals, and pathogenic bacteria, which is highly toxic for other living organisms
A poisonous product formed by pathogenic bacteria, as a toxic proteid or poisonous ptomaine
Any poisonous substance that can cause disease
A colloidal proteinaceous poisonous substance that is a specific product of the metabolic activities of a living organism and is usually very unstable, notably toxic when introduced into the tissues, and typically capable of inducing antibody formation (Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 1977)
Any of a variety of unstable, poisonous compounds produced by some microorganisms and causing certain diseases
A poison formed as a specific secretion product in the metabolism of a vegetable or animal organism as distinguished from inorganic poisons Such poisons can also be manufactured by synthetic processes
{i} something poisonous
an organic poison produced in living or dead organisms
a chemical compound that is harmful to cells or organisms
a compound produced by a microorganism that is toxic to a plant or disease
a poisonous compound that causes certain diseases or health problems
A poison, usually a protein, formed by microorganisms Some toxins are given off as waste products of a microorganism, and are called [email protected] Others are contained within the cells, and are liberated only when the cell dies and disintegrates These are called [email protected] Toxins produced by Clostridium botulinum are thermolabile, that is, they are fairly easily destroyed by heat
A toxic or poisonous substance
Any substance, which in sufficient quantity is harmful to biota
A colloidal poisonous substance that is a specific product of the metabolic activities of a living organism and is notably toxic when introduced into living tissue
A poison
A substance that can cause illness, injury or death Toxins are produced by living organisms
A poisonous substance produced by a living organism (e g , a bacterium, a plant, or an animal) Some toxins can cause diseases, such as botulism and tetanus
A poisonous substance of animal or plant origin
a poisonous substance produced during the metabolism and growth of certain microorganisms and some higher plant and animal species
A toxin is a fairly complex and highly toxic organic substance produced by a living organism See toxicant
A poisonous substance produced by an organism
a poison of natural origin
A poisonous substance produced by certain microorganisms
A toxin is any poisonous substance produced by bacteria, animals, or plants. Tests showed increased levels of toxin in shellfish. a poisonous substance, especially one that is produced by bacteria and causes a particular disease (toxic + -in ). Any substance poisonous to an organism; often restricted to poisons produced by living organisms. In addition to those from such microorganisms as bacteria (see bacterial diseases), dinoflagellates, and algae, there are toxins in fungi (mycotoxins; see aflatoxin; mushroom poisoning), higher plants (phytotoxins), and animals (zootoxins, or venoms). The plants include nightshade (see nightshade family), poison hemlock, foxglove, mistletoe, and poison ivy. Many plant toxins (e.g., pyrethrins, nicotine, rotenone) apparently protect their producers against certain animals (especially insects) or fungi. Similar defensive secretions in animals may be widely distributed or concentrated in certain tissues, often with some sort of delivery system (e.g., spines, fangs). Animals such as spiders and snakes use venoms to catch prey and often for defense. Many normally edible fishes and shellfishes become poisonous after feeding on toxic plants or algae. See also antidote; food poisoning
a poisonous substance formed as an integral part of cells or tissue
a harmful or poisonous agent
A fairly complex and highly toxic organic substance produced by a living organism (IPCS)
toxin antitoxin
a mixture of toxin and antitoxin used to immunize against a disease
Botulinum toxin
a neurotoxic protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum
bacterial toxin
(Biyokimya) Any endotoxin or exotoxin formed in or elaborated by bacterial cells
animal toxin
a toxin resembling bacterial toxins in its antigenic properties that is found in the fluids of certain animals
botulinum toxin
toxin that causes the potentially-fatal disease botulism and is found in spoiled food (created by the bacteria Clostridium botulinum - which is used in biological weapons and in very small doses to treat muscular disorders)
botulinum toxin
any of several neurotoxins that are produced by the anaerobic bacterium Clostridium botulinum; causes muscle paralysis
botulinum toxin a
a neurotoxin (trade name Botox) that is used clinically in small quantities to treat strabismus and facial spasms and other neurological disorders characterized by abnormal muscle contractions; is also used by cosmetic surgeons to smoothe frown lines temporarily
epsilon toxin
a bacterial toxin produced by Clostridium perfringens; causes intense abdominal cramps and diarrhea that begins 8-22 hours after consumption of foods containing large numbers of these bacteria
plant toxin
any substance produced by plants that is similar in its properties to extracellular bacterial toxin
Poisons produced by certain animals, plants, or bacteria
A class of biological poison resulting from the byproduct of living organisms A toxin may be obtained naturally, that is, from secretions of various organisms or synthesized (FM3-4)
Poisons One of the main functions of the kidneys is to remove toxins from the blood (a process known as clearance)
Poisonous substances
substances that cause a reduction of viability or functionality in living things
Poisonous chemicals that react with specific cellular components to kill cells or to alter growth or development in undesirable ways; often harmful, even in dilute concentrations
Agents produced by plants and bacteria, normally very damaging to mammalian cells, that can be delivered directly to target cells by linking them to monoclonal antibodies or lymphokines
any of various unstable poisonous compounds produced by some microorganisms and causing certain diseases
Any poisonous substance produced by animals or plants
plural of toxin
Chemical or natural substances that can cause harmful effects on humans; toxins include heavy metals such as cadmium, lead, and mercury, as well as organic compounds like petroleum products, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)