Toxoid meaning

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A substance that has been treated to destroy its toxic properties but retains the capacity to stimulate production of antitoxins, used in immunization.
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A toxin that has been treated, as with chemicals or heat, so as to eliminate the toxic qualities while retaining the antigenic properties.
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A substance that has been treated to destroy its toxic properties but retains the capacity to stimulate production of antitoxins, used in immunization.
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A substance that is normally toxic but has been treated to destroy its toxic properties without eliminating its capacity to stimulate the production of antitoxins by the immune system.
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A toxin that has had its toxic properties removed, but retains its ability to generate an immune response.
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