Definitions for "Toxins"
a poisonous substance produced by the metabolic activities of a living organism that is usually unstable; usually capable of inducing antibodies.
The poisons produced by certain microorganisms. They are products of cell metabolism. The symptoms of bacterial diseases, such as diphtheria, tetanus, botulism, and staphylococcal food poisoning, are caused by toxins.
Any poisonous substance produced by animals or plants.
Wastes that accumulate in the blood of dialysis patients that are harmful to the body's metabolic systems.
Chemical waste products produced by metabolic processes in the body like digesting food, breathing, and mental and physical activity.