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  • adjective Of, related to, or caused by an endotoxin.

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Examples

  • I remember a woman losing the tips of her fingers because of the endotoxic shock causing the blood vessels to shrink down.

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  • The image that I retain was that of a 31-year-old Mexican-American woman who died of endotoxic shock with her husband and four or five children around.

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  • These two categories of toxins are the cause of a range of ailments - ergot alkaloids may lead to poor feathering and lesions forming on chickens, fescue foot in ruminants and shrunken udders in sows, while endotoxins are responsible for endotoxic shock and death.

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  • These two categories of toxins are the cause of a range of ailments - ergot alkaloids may lead to poor feathering and lesions forming on chickens, fescue foot in ruminants and shrunken udders in sows, while endotoxins are responsible for endotoxic shock and death.

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  • These two categories of toxins are the cause of a range of ailments - ergot alkaloids may lead to poor feathering and lesions forming on chickens, fescue foot in ruminants and shrunken udders in sows, while endotoxins are responsible for endotoxic shock and death.

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  • These two categories of toxins are the cause of a range of ailments - ergot alkaloids may lead to poor feathering and lesions forming on chickens, fescue foot in ruminants and shrunken udders in sows, while endotoxins are responsible for endotoxic shock and death.

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  • These two categories of toxins are the cause of a range of ailments - ergot alkaloids may lead to poor feathering and lesions forming on chickens, fescue foot in ruminants and shrunken udders in sows, while endotoxins are responsible for endotoxic shock and death.

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  • These two categories of toxins are the cause of a range of ailments - ergot alkaloids may lead to poor feathering and lesions forming on chickens, fescue foot in ruminants and shrunken udders in sows, while endotoxins are responsible for endotoxic shock and death.

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  • Figure 1: Itgam-deficient mice have more production of proinflammatory cytokines when challenged with TLR ligands and are more susceptible to endotoxic shock.

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  • These two categories of toxins are the cause of a range of ailments - ergot alkaloids may lead to poor feathering and lesions forming on chickens, fescue foot in ruminants and shrunken udders in sows, while endotoxins are responsible for endotoxic shock and death.

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