immunotoxic


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immunotoxic

(ˌɪmjʊnəʊˈtɒksɪk)
adj
of or relating to an immunotoxin
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Thus, sawmill workers may be exposed at work to the inhalation of various allergenic and immunotoxic agents, comprising wood derivatives and microorganisms associated with timber.
Ochratoxin: Ochratoxin A (OTA) is a nephrotoxic, immunotoxic, and carcinogenic mycotoxin.
Exposure to lead during critical windows of embryonic development: Differential immunotoxic outcome based on stage of exposure and gender.
Viral and non-viral vectors deliver the corrected gene; non-viral vectors have gained importance in the last few years as they are less immunotoxic, can be administered repeatedly free of risk, and are easier to produce on a large scale.
Prolonged usage of repellents can cause neurotoxic and immunotoxic hazards and in some cases lead to cancer.
Multiple experimental approaches of immunotoxic effects of mercury chloride in the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, through in vivo, in tubo, and in vitro exposures.
The AFB1 causes hepatotoxicity, it is teratogenic and immunotoxic.
niger are mycotoxigenic in producing ochratoxin (OTA), which has been shown to have nephrotoxic, immunotoxic, genotoxic and teratogenic effects and classified as a possible human carcinogen (group 2B) by IARC, 1993.
Zwolak, "Vanadium carcinogenic, immunotoxic and neurotoxic effects: a review of in vitro studies," Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods, vol.
The G12 antibody, developed to identify the highly immunotoxic 33-mer peptide of the alpha-gliadin molecule, is a robust method for identifying those items with a strong likelihood of triggering a response in celiac patients.
Chronic exposure to low concentration of arsenic is immunotoxic to fish: Role of head kidney macrophages as biomarkers of arsenic toxicity to Ciarias batrachus.