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Antitoxin

Antitoxin

(Science: protein) a purified antiserum from animals (usually horses) immunised by injections of a toxin or toxoid, administered as a passive immunising agent to neutralise a specific bacterial toxin, for example, botulinus, tetanus or diphtheria.


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... said, that everything can be poisonous, just the amount matters ;) a little of alcohol does good. it can help fight cold and acts as an antitoxin. Yeah, at south Moravia, they could tell you :-D :-D

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by JackBean
Mon Oct 12, 2009 6:47 am
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Is Alcohol bad for our health?
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Is Alcohol bad for our health?

... even a better state of relaxation and happiness. anything in excess is bad. a little of alcohol does good. it can help fight cold and acts as an antitoxin. but its important that it's very little. or better stil just avoid it.

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by jwalin
Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:41 am
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Is Alcohol bad for our health?
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What is the most poisonous snake in da world?

... the fastest human deth record after they get injected by snake poison (just consider that the human that I'm talking about hasn't been injected by antitoxin snake serum) :wink:

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by victor
Wed Jun 22, 2005 8:14 am
 
Forum: Zoology Discussion
Topic: What is the most poisonous snake in da world?
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growing fetus

... (kinda liquid that protect the baby)? I've read it and one of the Amnion function is to prevent the fetus from bacteria (maybe it contains some antitoxin since one of the amnion former is Leucocyte)

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by victor
Thu Jun 16, 2005 1:43 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: growing fetus
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