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toxic effect

n
(Medicine) an adverse effect of a drug produced by an exaggeration of the effect that produces the therapeutic response
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He also pointed out that Aristolochia plant, along with its multiple species, could cause renal failure and urinary cancer, adding that another plant; Kava, also known as Piper Methysticum, has a direct impact on human nervous system, as well as toxic effect on the liver.
Summary: The cream contains mercury, which has a toxic effect on humans.
* Unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning is defined by International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision codes X47 (underlying cause of death) and T58 (toxic effect of carbon monoxide as multiple-cause-of-death).
France :The French parliament voted Thursday to ban the use of bisphenol A, a chemical thought to have a toxic effect on the brain and nervous system, in baby food packaging next year and all food containers in 2015.
Now, scientists at UCL have discovered that specific antibodies that block the function of a related protein, called Dkk1, are able to completely suppress the toxic effect of Amyloid-beta on synapses.
It has been observed that the toxic effect specially in the liver is produced 5 days after drug administration.3
CARDIFF scientists have discovered a protein which could protect the body from the toxic effect of alcohol.
Common metals which have their toxic effect on aquatic bodies and aquatic organism are Pb, Cu, Cd, Zn, Hg, Mn, Ni, Li & Co etc.
The researchers say they do not know exactly how much licorice it takes to have a toxic effect in humans.
In a study led by Dr Saverio Stranges, associate professor of cardiovascular epidemiology at Warwick Medical School, the team looked at levels of oxidative stress in the body (a toxic effect which causes cell damage).
AQUIRE covers toxic effect data--including lethal, sublethal, and residue effects--on all aquatic species.