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Synonyms for venom

anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

Synonyms for venom

toxin secreted by animals

feeling a need to see others suffer

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Venomous animals must inject their venom into another.
The new protein is engineered in the lab, without the need for the venomous animals and it is made up of three proteins, so it can protect against more than one kind of toxin at a time.
Jat, "Unusual fatal multiple-organ dysfunction and pancreatitis induced by a single wasp sting," Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins Including Tropical Diseases, vol.
squirrels, martens, weasels and moles, crocodiles and alligators; predatory birds with sharp claws such as hawks, falcons, eagles, vultures, ravens, crows, kites, owls; pests and venomous animals such as rats, centipedes, scorpions, snakes, wasps, mouse and other similar animals; animals that are considered repulsive like lizards, snails, insects and their larva and other similar animals; animals forbidden to be killed in Islam such as honeybees and hoopoe; donkeys and mules; any ingredient derived from non-halal animals; and farmed Halal animals intentionally and continually fed with non-Halal food.
This book provides an overview of a variety of venomous animals and associated toxins, case studies, a profile of issues surrounding optimization and manufacturing of venom-derived peptide drugs, and information on the innovative and important developments that are happening in the field of venom-based drug discovery.
Many frog species can poison an animal that touches them, but true venomous animals actively deliver toxins.
Falkner advises that it is always prudent to seek conventional medical care in emergencies where bites from venomous animals can cause serious injury or death.
"Bites from venomous animals, many toxicants, and parasitic worms all trigger somewhat similar immune responses that cause injury," Chawla said.
"After several years of research and studies on a combination of snake and scorpion venoms, the anti-cancer drug was produced in Iran," Abbas Zare', the Director of the Venomous Animals Department of Iran's Razi Vaccine and Serum Research Institute, told reporters in October 2011.
The process of extracting it and bringing it involves difficult journeys and the possibility of encountering predators and venomous animals. Several traders had accidents during such journeys," he said.
* Adapted from the text originally submitted to the Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases to be published as an editorial in a forthcoming issue (in press).
External cause category--the injury leading to death was caused by: transport accidents; falls; inanimate mechanical forces; animate mechanical forces; drowning and submersion; other threats to breathing; electric current, radiation and extreme ambient air temperature and pressure; smoke/ fire/flames; heat and hot substances; venomous animals and plants; forces of nature; poisoning by and exposure to noxious substances; or other and unspecified factors.
Steve Backshall; VENOMOUS ANIMALS OF THE WORLD; Johns Hopkins University Press $0.00 ISBN: 9780801888335
Medical toxicology of natural substances; foods, fungi, medicinal herbs, plants, and venomous animals.