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  • n. Alternative spelling of anti-venene.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The antibody to venene, which inhibits the action of the latter. Also called antivenin, antivenine.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an antitoxin that counteracts the effects of venom from the bite of a snake or insect or other animal


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  • I am that desperate that I would try the Noguchi antivenene, but it would have no more effect than the antitoxin.

    The Treasure-Train

  • However, there have been no deaths recorded in Australia since an antivenene was developed in 1980. The Northern Star

  • "You would need to go to Lismore Base Hospital for the antivenene." The Northern Star

  • It lists a Melbourne drug company facility, Mayne Pharma, which is the sole supplier of a snake antivenene to the US. | Top Stories

  • The antivenene is vital for treating bites from rattlesnakes to copperhead snakes in | Top Stories

  • WikiLeaks releases list of US 'critical assets' worldwide AN Australian drug company listed as critical to US national security because it is the sole worldwide supplier of a snake antivenene says it hasn't produced the drug for more than ten years. | Top Stories

  • But Mayne Pharma said it has not supplied the antivenene in question for at least a decade. | Top Stories

  • Australian pharmaceutical supplier and manufacturer Mayne Pharma is included in the list as the sole supplier of a snake antivenene called Crotalid Polyvalent Antivenin. | Top Stories

  • Urgent treatment is needed but call ahead so they have antivenene on standby. | Top Stories

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