neurotoxin neurotoxin


  • (n) any toxin that affects neural tissues


  1. Trees are releasing an airborne neurotoxin, as revenge against mankind for global warming, pollution and nuclear power.
  2. Permethrin is a neurotoxin that is applied to clothing to kill bugs on contact.
  3. The ads omitted the neurotoxin issue altogether.


  • Could Botox be coming to a dentist near you?

    Cosmetic dentistry » Utah dentists starting to use the neurotoxin to ease jaw pain, but are barred from using it cosmetically.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

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  1. "We all know and accept that mercury is a neurotoxin, and yet the FDA has failed to recall the 50 vaccines that contain Thimerosal," Burton wrote.
    on Nov 26, 2005 By: Dan Burton Source: OpEdNews

  2. "As of today, the protracted legal battle that has delayed proper regulation of mercury emissions from power plants is over, and the practice of allowing those plants to spew harmful quantities of a dangerous neurotoxin into our air in violation of...
    on Feb 24, 2009 By: Anne Milgram Source: Environment News Service

  3. "You have the unintended consequence of favoring light bulbs that have [a neurotoxin] in them," DeVore said.
    on Jun 17, 2007 By: Chuck DeVore Source: Seattle Times

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