Definitions

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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an immunotoxin

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Examples

  • Thimerosal has been proven to be a carcinogen, immunotoxic, genotoxic, nephrotoxic and neurotoxic.

    Deirdre Imus: Over Medicated and Over-Vaccinated: The Unintended Consequences of Medicines Meant to Protect

  • He further advocates vegetarianism to avoid immunotoxic and indigestible animal foods in order to fully support the immune system.

    WN.com - Financial News

  • I think they're using computer outgas to sicken us. did you know computer outgas is neurotoxic, immunotoxic, endocrine and hormone disrupting … so basiically it mades us fat, dumb, and sick.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • Fleximer (R) technology improves the therapeutic index of existing compounds by uniquely combining biodegradability with "biological stealth" properties, making Fleximer (R) materials and their conjugates long-circulating and non-immunotoxic.

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  • 'The results of the study have provided evidence to hitherto unknown molecular mechanisms of immunotoxic consequences of MIC exposure at a genomic level,' he said.

    India eNews

  • Such derogations include the inclusion of immunotoxic and neurotoxic substances to the cut off criteria only if the risk is proven significant to one in a million citizens, "which is very difficult to assess," said HEAL Deputy Director Monica Guarinoni.

    EurActiv.com

  • The committee's report on the authorisation process restates MEPs 'support for hazard-based criteria for deciding approval of the most dangerous substance and recommends additional cut-off criteria for immunotoxic and neurotoxic substances, if the risk is proven significant for at least one in a million citizens.

    EurActiv.com

  • ALV003 is an orally administered combination of two proteases engineered to degrade gluten into non-immunotoxic fragments, by targeting the glutamine and proline residues that are common in gluten.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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