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Synonyms for poison

Synonyms for poison

anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

to make physically impure

to have a destructive effect on

capable of injuring or killing by poison

Synonyms for poison

any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism

anything that harms or destroys

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kill with poison

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add poison to

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kill by its poison

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administer poison to

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Diphtheria antitoxin is recommended for respiratory infections caused by toxigenic C.
For a number of clinically important reasons, enzyme immunoassays (EIAs) replaced cytotoxin neutralization and toxigenic cultures as the preferred diagnostics for CDI.
Both patients with toxigenic infection experienced wound healing after appropriate antibiotic therapy.
Among the fungal isolates, declared toxigenic or mycotoxin producing based on TLC were Aspergillus flavus in nature.
In addition, the strains harboring toxin genes (ctxAB) are the only producers of the toxin and are known as toxigenic [2].
The emergence of toxigenic fungi on small grains has a negative impact on the safety and quality of feed and food.
The variation in the nature of Aspergillus flavus strains (toxigenic and non-toxigenic) might be associated with genetic differences among strains.
Nevertheless, if thermohygrometric conditions are favorable to the settlement of toxigenic moulds, they could compete with fungal starters and then grow on the surface during ripening.
An important biocontrol strategy is to introduce an atoxigenic strain to the crop environment to compete with toxigenic strain [19, 20].
(2013) emphasize the importance of knowledge of biodiversity of toxigenic fungi to better understand factors that contribute to mycotoxin production, assessment of risks posed by mycotoxigenic fungi, and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in feed and food crops.
Cell culture cytotoxicity assay, toxigenic culture, Enzyme immunoassays (EIAs) for the detection of glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) enzyme, toxins A and B and real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) have been the mainstay in the laboratory diagnosis of C.
coli clinical trial follows the prior clinical trials for its Staph ID/R (identification/resistance) blood sepsis diagnostic test as well as its US FDA-cleared Toxigenic C.
Their topics include mixed microbial fermentations and methodologies for investigating them, methods of cocoa fermentation and drying, microbial activities during cocoa fermentation, the quality and safety of cocoa beans, agro-industrial uses of cocoa by-products, the botany and production of coffee, microbial activity during coffee fermentation, metabolic responses of coffee beans during processing and their impact on coffee flavor, toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins in coffee, and managing and utilizing wastes from coffee processing.
A previous study, also carried out at GSH but employing an enzyme-immunoassay (EIA)-based technique, determined a prevalence of 9.2% for toxigenic C.
difficile is still not widely used in tertiary hospitals in Brazil, despite the known emergence of toxigenic C.