haemotoxin

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haemotoxin

(ˌhiːməʊˈtɒksɪn; ˌhɛm-) or

hemotoxin

n
(Biology) biology a substance that destroys red blood cells
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The hemotoxin batroxobin, also known as reptilase, was added to activate BMAC (from the iliac crest) to produce an adhesive clot.
(Hemotoxin & Eosin, low power magnification).
Answers: 1) antivenom; 2) necrotoxin; 3) toxin; 4) red blood cells; 5) hemotoxin; 6) tissues