Microbial Toxicology

Microbial toxins square measure toxins created by microorganisms, together with microorganisms and fungi. Microorganism toxins promote infection and illness by directly damaging host tissues and by disabling the system. The poison is caused by botulin, a kind of microorganism. Whereas pharmacological medicine is closely associated with the adverse affects that may occur in living organisms that inherit contact with chemical compounds. Toxicologists are involved with decisive the danger of bound substances with risk assessment tools.

  • Bacterial Toxins.

  • Mycotoxins.

  • Aflatoxins.

  • Ochratoxin.

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