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detoxification

[dē‚täk·sə·fə′kā ·shən]
(biochemistry)
The act or process of removing a poison or the toxic properties of a substance in the body.
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The existence of sanctions other than prison that are sensitive to problems associated with substance addiction entails that there are persons who, in compliance with a judicial verdict, serve a sentence or fulfil security measures by participating in an out-of-prison detoxication treatment.
In this study, we extracted several active ingredients from herbal medicines for detoxication and founding new feed additives.
Meyer, "The role of glutathione in detoxication," Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.
Li, "Experimental research of the treatments of heat -clearing and detoxication for sicca syndrome," Chinese Archives of Traditional Chinese Medicine, vol.
According to the "mitochondrial cascade" hypothesis [68], decreased ATP synthesis and ROS detoxication result in the overproduction of A[beta] and promote tau protein hyperphosphorylation, synapse dysfunction, and apoptosis, effectively exacerbating the neurodegenerative processes.
Wigger, "Effect of alcohol consumption on the liver detoxication capacity as measured by [[sup.13]C]methacetin- and [methyl-[sup.13]C]methionine-breath tests," Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, vol.
Decolorization and Detoxication of Methyl Red by Aerobic Bacteria from a Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Reasons and motives for CAM use (N=161) Category n (%) Boosting the immune system 71 (44.1%) Convinced by friends and/or family members 18 (11.2%) Treatment of the main disease 18 (11.2%) Prevention of disease dissemination 15 (9.3%) Improvement of blood findings 14 (8.7%) Reduced toxicity of standard oncologic therapy 11 (6.8%) No specific reason 10 (6.2%) Symptomatic treatment 7 (4.3%) Detoxication 5 (3.1%) Desperation 2 (1.2%) Table 4.
Growth tolerance of Zygomycetes Mucor indicus in orange peel hydrolysate without detoxication. Process Biochemistry, v.
The role of glutathione in detoxication. Environ Health Perspect.
Food quality monitoring and analytical techniques optimization of some aliments within plant-animal correlation Contaminated aliments effects on the detoxication enzymes.
Other therapeutic procedures include gastric lavage, correction of acidosis with sodium bicarbonate, folic acid, and secondary detoxication with hemodialysis.