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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxin

A toxin is a poisonous substance produced within living cells or organisms; synthetic toxicants ... Some of the more well known types of biotoxins include:.

www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/364-poisons-and-toxins

Sep 4, 2012 ... In science, a toxin is often considered a specific type of poison – a poisonous substance produced within living cells or organisms.

www.opcw.org/about-chemical-weapons/types-of-chemical-agent/toxins

The toxin is a protein available in seven different forms, where the most poisonous is type A (molecular weight = 150,000 D). The lethal dose to man has been ...

www.medicalinsider.com/toxicity2.html

Nov 18, 2013 ... To understand what the different types of toxins are that can accumulate in the body and thus how they can be removed, one first has to go back ...

www.levylaw.com/chemicals-types

Types of Toxins and Chemical Substances. The following list of toxic chemicals and substances are but a few of the numerous substances associated with ...

bodyecology.com/articles/top-5-sources-of-toxins.php

To reduce your exposure to water toxins: Read the article: The Best Water to Drink, and the Types that Should Be Avoided. If you have only tap water in your ...

www.boundless.com/microbiology/textbooks/boundless-microbiology-textbook/pathogenicity-14/damaging-host-cells-164/toxins-817-5780

Describe the major toxin types (bacterial toxins and mycotoxins) and their ... Microbial toxins may include those produced by the microorganisms bacteria (i.e.  ...

www.ultracleanseguide.com/types-of-toxins.html

What are toxins and how many types of toxins are there? What are the body toxins, such as ayurveda ama or the liver toxins. What are the environmental toxins ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Toxin

Type I toxins: Toxins that act on the cell surface. Type I toxins bind to a receptor on the cell surface and stimulate intracellular ...

www.detoxandbodycleanse.com/detox-essentials/different-types-of-pollution-and-toxins

Review your exposure to toxins and pollutions including which risk factors apply to you. What you can do to minimise the exposure for you and your family.