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Synonyms for anatoxin

a bacterial toxin that has been weakened until it is no longer toxic but is strong enough to induce the formation of antibodies and immunity to the specific disease caused by the toxin


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Among these are some touchstone ligands currently on the market or under clinical investigation including varenicline (Chantix), sazetidine A, cytisine and natural toxins, such as anatoxin A.
McPartland listed several references reporting the neurotoxicity of AFA strains collected in various parts of the world, leading the reader to believe that AFA from Klamath Lake was producing a series of neurotoxins such as neosaxitoxin and anatoxin. (1-5) He also claimed that AFA was producing microcystin with an LD 50 of 50[micro]/kg.
(iii) Another article that dealt with a new identification of a phenomenon in anatoxin accumulation in foodstuffs, a very important topic in food-safety, was commented on by a reviewer also in the US as a technical error.
According to Gilbert (1994), the reproduction of four tested rotifer species was inhibited at anatoxin concentrations of 0.2-5 [micro]g [mL.sup.-1].
Public information campaign on anatoxin contamination of maize grains in market stores in Benin, Ghana, and Togo.
Egg and serum cholesterol as influenced by mannan oligosaccharide and anatoxin. In Egg Nutrition and Biotechnology (Ed.
These strategies include HBV vaccination, reduction of aflatoxin exposure, and, notably, chemo-prevention by altering anatoxin metabolism, which may be important in those populations where primary prevention is currently difficult (Groopman et al.