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toxication

(ˌtɒksɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
1. poisoning
2. (Pharmacology) a process of metabolism whereby the metabolized drug or chemical is more toxic than the parent drug or chemical
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In this study, it is aimed to investigate the effects of caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE) on bioelement levels of plasma, brain, kidney and liver tissues against malathion toxication in rats.
Insufficiency in histamine regulatory mechanism or excess accumulation of histamine via foods or disordered function of histamine metabolism by diamine oxidase inhibitors leads to histamine toxication (Joosten et al, 1988; Fox et al, 1996).
21 The reduction in the activity of these enzymes may be due to OS exerted by fluoride in toxication.
In plants, Waterlogging stress usually Physiologically and biochemically resulted in: (1) toxication by the production and accumulation of ethyl alcohol and lactic acid in anaerobic respiration, (2) breaking the balance of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and the following consequent oxidative damage, (3) effecting the normal growth by regulating the contents of endogenous plant hormones such as ethylene (ET), abscisic acid (ABA), cytokinin (CTK) and so on, (4) disordering the absorption of nutrients (Dennis et al.
javanica displays hepatoprotective effects against tert-butyl hydroperoxide-induced damage in HepG2 cells, carbon tetrachloride-induced liver injury, alcohol toxication, and hepatitis B virus.
The overdoses that are the medical dosage cause dangerous toxication which appears with vomit and drastic diarrhea.
Clinical depression signs concerning boron toxication were barely observed at the 400 mg/kg inclusion level as body weight loss in laying hens (Wilson and Ruszler, 1998).
The objective of the study was to analyze the protective role of vitamin E as an antioxidant against endosulfan induced toxication.
Acorus calamus (sweet flag herb) helps treating asthma, bronchitis, pertussis, arthritis, digestive disorders and toxication.