Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
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Just look at the words. Antibiotics are poisons aimed at some sort of living thing, usually bacteria. Antitoxins are aimed at poisons themselves. Both groups get the jobs done in a variety of ways. Snake antivenom, for instance, is often antibodies (from horses exposed to small amounts of venom) that bind the venom molecules so they don't function anymore.
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