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an•ti•tox•in



Pronunciation: (an"ti-tok'sin, an"tē-), [key]
n.
1. a substance, formed in the body, that counteracts a specific toxin.
2. the antibody formed in immunization with a given toxin, used in treating certain infectious diseases or in immunizing against them.

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