hepatotoxin


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hepatotoxin

[¦hep·əd·ō′täk·sən]
(pharmacology)
An agent capable of damaging the liver.
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IRIS, HIV-related opportunistic infections, and other hepatotoxins (e.
Percentage reduction against the hepatotoxin by the test sample was calculated by considering the difference in the enzyme level between the hepatotoxin treated group and control group as 100% reduction.
18) Sweet potatoes or legumes may produce hepatotoxins as well as compounds able to produce neuropathy and mental confusion.
Transformation of a monoterpene ketone, (R)-(+)-pulegone, a potent hepatotoxin, in Mucorpiriformis.
blazei mushroom on rat liver oxidative damage with fibrosis induced by the hepatotoxin C[Cl.
Pyridine, a hepatotoxin with its own peculiar odor, was also detected in the raw material samples (Baxter 1947; Carlson 1996; International Labor Office 1983; Pollock et al.
Furthermore, a high concentration of bilirubin in serum is an indication for increased erythrocyte degeneration rate and liver injury caused by the hepatotoxin induces defective excretion of bile and hence enhanced serum bilirubin (Singh et al.
4]), a hepatotoxin, has been used extensively to induce oxidative stress which results in the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) (Base 2003).
For this investigation, we selected the well-known nongenotoxic hepatocarcinogen MP, which had earlier been chosen as a model hepatotoxin within the ILSI/HESI consortium.
Concomitant drug(s) * None or no information 0 - * Concomitant drug with incompatible time to onset 0 - * Concomitant drug with compatible or suggestive time -1 - to onset * Concomitant drug known as hepatotoxin and with -2 - compatible or suggestive time to onset * Concomitant drug with evidence for its role in this -3 - case (positive rechallenge or validated test) 7.