Definition of Toxines
1. toxine [n] - See also: toxine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toxines
Literary usage of Toxines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Advanced Montessori Method by Maria Montessori (1917)
"Another order of recent researches is that made into the toxines produced by fatigue; Weichardt succeeded in isolating these toxines, and in fabricating ..."
2. The Milk Question by Milton Joseph Rosenau (1912)
"Bacterial toxines Much has been written concerning bacterial toxines, but when we sift the matter down to the bottom, we find a few definite facts which are ..."
3. Diet in Health and Disease by Julius Friedenwald, John Ruhräh (1907)
"E.—CASTRO-INTESTINAL toxines—DETOXICATION. The question of the formation of poisons in the intestinal tract, which has recently obtained considerable ..."
4. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1897)
"J The authors have extended their work on this subject by investigations on the influence of electricity on the toxines secreted by micro-organismi. MM. ..."
5. Pharmacology; Action and Uses of Drugs by Maurice Vejux Tyrode (1912)
"toxines are a class of poisons of a highly complex, chemical composition and ... Some of these toxines produce a pharmacological action not very different ..."
6. Vincent d'Indy, sa vie et son �uvre by Milton Joseph Rosenau, Louis Borgex (1913)
"toxines Bacteria produce many different kinds of poisonous substances, but not all of these are toxines in the specific sense in which that term i? now used ..."
7. Pharmacology by Maurice Vejux Tyrode (1912)
"toxines are a class of poisons of a highly complex, chemical composition and sometimes ... Some of these toxines produce a pharmacological action not very ..."