Antitoxin (noun)

A substance that neutralizes or counteracts the effects of a specific toxin or poison.

Origin:

From the prefix "anti-" meaning "against" and the word "toxin" meaning "a poison".

Examples:

  1. Antitoxins are used to neutralize the effects of specific toxins.
  2. Antitoxins can be used to treat certain types of poisonings.
  3. Antitoxins can be made from the serum of animals that have been exposed to a toxin.
  4. Antitoxins can also be made from genetically engineered proteins.
  5. Antitoxins are an important tool in the treatment of toxin-related illnesses.
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