Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
24 (ANI): Turns out, switching from smoking to glo significantly reduces exposure to toxicants.
School of Medicine shows that hookah smokers are inhaling a large load of toxicants.
A new meta-analysis shows that hookah smokers are inhaling a large load of toxicants.
Since numerous PD-risk factors, including positive family history, toxicants exposure, and personal habits, have been identified [5, 6, 9], specific efforts should be made to further define the PD-risk status and, consequently, improve inclusion criteria for neuroprotective treatments.
PCBs are long-lasting toxicants that accumulate in fatty tissues and remain prevalent in the bodies of people and wildlife around the world, despite a ban decades ago.
Over the next five years, the $15 million grant will fund continued research on the molecular and genetic consequences of exposure to uncontrolled toxicants from Superfund and other hazardous waste sites.
A systemic toxicant is one that affects the entire body or many organs rather than a specific site.
Disguising the toxicant as food, so that mussels won't reject it, is a good strategy, O'Neill says.
Hemocytes for flow cytometry were obtained either by bleeding tunicates that had been exposed to toxicants in aquaria or by harvesting cells that had migrated from cultured pharyngeal explants during in vitro exposures ("emigrant hemocytes"; see Proliferative activity of toxicant-treated tunicate cells section).
Ochratoxin A is a type of toxicant that is produced by some types of fungi, which has been classified in human cancerous materials (Group B2) by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).
And we don't know whether it will be possible to scientifically prove that reduced toxicant cigarettes reduce health risks," Dr David O'Reilly, Group Scientific Director at British American Tobacco said.