2 edition of Pharmacological Perspectives of Some Toxic Chemcials And Their Antidotes found in the catalog.
March 30, 2004
by Alpha Science International, Ltd
Written in English
|Contributions||S. J. S. Flora (Editor), James A. Romano (Editor), Steven I. Baskin (Editor), K. Sekhar (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||506|
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Berlin ; New York: Springer ; New Delhi: Narosa Pub. House, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S J S Flora. Pharmacological Perspectives of Toxic Chemicals and Their Antidotes Editors S J S Flora James A Romano S I Baskin TOXIC CHEMICALS AND THEIR MODE OF ACTION Non-Cholinesterase Actions of Anticholinesterases PHARMACOLOGY OF CBW ANTIDOTES Development of Treatments for Intoxication by Botulinum Neurotoxin.
Pharmacological Perspectives of Some Toxic Chemcials And Their Antidotes by K. Sekhar, James A. Romano, Steven I. Baskin, S.J.S. Flora Hardcover, Pages, Published by Narosa Pub House ISBNISBN: X. 15 Toxicology Terms • The term “toxicant” refers to toxic substances that are produced by or are a byproduct of human-made activities.
• The term “toxin” refers to toxic substances that are produced naturally. • A toxic symptom is any feeling or sign indicating the presence of a poison in the system. • Toxic effects refers to the health effects that occur due to exposure to a.
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