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palytoxin

[′pal·ə‚täk·sən]
(biochemistry)
A water-soluble toxin produced by several species of Palythoa; considered to be one of the most poisonous substances known.
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A modified film, namely, N-succinyl-hydroxyethyl chitosan containing PTX (PTX-SHEC), was developed.
PGE, OMZ, SCF, and PTX showed little or no change in their protein content compared with control EtOH group.
Preliminary studies on PTX indicated encouraging PTX-related results in neonatal sepsis cases but there have been no related 0.
PTX could increase sensitivity of thyrocytes to TSH and it could facilitate regeneration and redevelopment of thyroid tissue in response to TSH.
Interestingly, PTX treatment prevented the decline in sperm concentration and mobility (Figure 2).
We have examined the hypothesis that the combination can enhance the cytotoxicity of the microtubule-targeting drug in a synergistic way and we proved that co-administration of L-CAV significantly enhanced the cytotoxicity of VIN and PTX.
The highest amount of Dinophysis was found at Riacho, whereas the highest amount of PTX was detected at Playa Parana.
Our findings showed that incubation of extracted sperm samples with LC or PTX led to both an increase in testicular sperm motility and LDH-[C.
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The PTX Series Packet Transport Switch platform, of which the first products will ship in the first quarter of next year, will combine two technologies that carriers use to bypass routing at the center of their networks.
Our test boat is rigged with Premier's cure for the average pontoon: the PTX Performance Package.
Vancouver, Canada) announced Cook Medical, a license holder of Angiotech's paclitaxel technology, reported CE Mark approval and limited commercial launch of the Zilver PTX Drug-Eluting Peripheral Stent in Europe.