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毒素(どくそ、独: toxin)は、生細胞あるいは生体内で産生される有毒物質である。したがって、人為的過程によって作り出された人工物質は除外される。Toxinは古代ギリシャ語のτοξικόν (toxikon) に由来する。この用語 (toxin) は有機化学者ルートヴィヒ・ブリーガー(1849年-1919年)によって初めて使用された。生体内で産生されたものではない有毒物質には、英語では「toxicant」および「toxics」が使われることがある。毒素には低分子、ペプチド、タンパク質があり、生体組織と接触あるいは吸収され、酵素あるいは受容体といった生体高分子と相互作用することにより病気を引き起こすことができる。毒素によってその重症度には、軽度のもの(例えばハナバチの針に含まれる毒素)から致死のもの(ボツリヌストキシンなど)まで大きく差異がある。 A toxin (from Ancient Greek: τοξικόν toxikon) is a poisonous substance produced within living cells or organisms; synthetic toxicants created by artificial processes are thus excluded. The term was first used by organic chemist Ludwig Brieger (1849–1919).Toxins can be small molecules, peptides, or proteins that are capable of causing disease on contact with or absorption by body tissues interacting with biological macromolecules such as enzymes or cellular receptors. Токсините (от древногръцки: τοξικόν, toxikon) са отровни вещества, произвеждани вътре в организма и по тази причина различни от синтетично произвежданите субстанции, терминът е за първи път използван от химика, специалист по органична химия, Лудвиг Бригер (1849–1919). Терминът биотоксин понякога е специфично използван за да означи органичния произход на токсина . Токсините могат да бъдат малки молекули, пептиди или протеини. Le dendrotossine sono neurotossine prodotte da serpenti del genere Dendroapsis, isolate per la prima volta nel 1980 dal veleno di mamba verde . Toxinen zijn in het algemeen gesproken alle giftige stoffen en vallen onder de leer van de toxicologie. Une toxine est une substance toxique pour un ou plusieurs organismes vivants. Dans l'édition 2009 du Petit Larousse, une toxine est définie comme une "substance toxique élaborée par un organisme vivant (bactérie, champignon vénéneux, insecte ou serpent venimeux), auquel elle confère son pouvoir pathogène". Une biotoxine est un poison produit par les activités métaboliques de certains êtres vivants, plus particulièrement des bactéries. Una toxina (del griego clásico: τοξικόν toxikon, que significa "flecha") es una sustancia venenosa producida por células vivas u organismos, como animales, plantas, bacterias y otros organismos biológicos;para destacar su origen orgánico, se habla a veces también de biotoxina. Sustancias artificiales, creadas por procesos artificiales están excluidas de esta definición. Toksinler, mikroorganizmaların salgıladıkları bir takım zehirli maddelerdir. Toksinler iki grupta toplanırlar: Ekzotoksinler Endotoksinler.Daha çok gram (+) mikroorganizmalar tarafından meydana getirilirler. Başlıca Clostridium tetani (tetanoz etkeni), Clostridium etkeni), Clostridium perfringens, Gram (-)lerin bir kısmı, Shigella dysenteria (dizanteri amili), Vibrio cholera (kolera amili) ekzotoksin yapar. Ekzotoksinler mikroorganizma tarafından dışarı salınırlar.Toksinler suda erirler. Uma toxina, num contexto científico, é uma substância de origem biológica que provoca danos à saúde de um ser vivo ao entrar em contacto ou através de absorção, tipicamente por interacção com macromoléculas biológicas, tais como enzimas e receptor.O termo obteve um uso mais alargado, erroneamente, no contexto de medicina complementar e charlatanice, onde se refere a substâncias prejudiciais genéricas (por vezes de composição química não provada ou não especificada) que prejudicam a saúde.Muitas plantas, animais e microorganismos produzem toxinas naturais com a função de desencorajar ou matar os seus predadores. 독소(毒素:toxin)는 일반적으로 식물이나 동물에서 유래한 독성물질을 말한다. 독소는 인체의 정상적인 생리기능을 방해하고 인체 기능에 부정적인 영향을 주는 물질이다. 인체에 작용하는 독소는 크게 균체내 독소(endotoxin)과 균체외 독소(exotoxin)로 나눌 수 있다. Per tossina si intende una sostanza prodotta da un organismo animale, vegetale o microbico che è dannosa per alcune specie.La presenza nel sangue umano di tossine prende il nome di tossinemia o tossiemia e dà quadri clinici e prognostici differenti.Ricordiamo alcune delle tossine più pericolose per l'organismo:MicotossineTossina ofidicaTossina battericaTossina colericaTossina diftericaTossina della pertosseTossina botulinicaTossina tetanicaTossina streptococcicaTossina stafilococcicaLe tossine agiscono con meccanismi diversi:neurotossico (neurotossina) quando agiscono direttamente sul neurone o sulle sinapsi in senso inibente e quindi determinante paralisi o stimolante con effetti convulsivi, come accade per il tetano.emotossico quando agiscono sul sangue determinando la distruzione di alcuni elementi figurati come i globuli rossi o alterando i sistemi di coagulazione.citotossico quando l'azione è rivolta direttamente alla cellulaLe tossine possono essere suddivide in due gruppi:le esotossine, che il germe espelle al di fuori (greco ἐξω- éxō- "fuori") della propria struttura per immetterle nell'ambiente, mentre le endotossine (greco ἔνδο- éndo- "dentro") rimangono all'interno del corpo batterico fino al suo dissolvimento in seguito all'invecchiamento o alla morte. Токсин (др.-греч. τοξικός (toxikos) — ядовитый) — яд биологического происхождения. Наука о ядах биологического происхождения — токсинология.Вырабатываются, например, опухолевыми клетками, инфекционными (от лат. inficio — насыщать, заражать) агентами — бактериями, вирусами, грибами (микотоксины), или паразитами, в частности гельминтами. Обширная группа токсинов вырабатывается растениями и морскими беспозвоночными. Toxin (z řeckého toxikon) je jedovatá látka produkovaná živými buňkami nebo organismy (člověk je sice technicky také živý organismus, látky vyrobené člověkem v umělých procesech se však v této definici obvykle nepovažují za toxiny).Toxiny mohou být malé molekuly, peptidy nebo bílkoviny, které jsou schopny způsobit onemocnění při styku s nimi nebo při jejich pohlcení živou tkání, a to interakcí s biologickými makromolekulami, například enzymy nebo buněčnými receptory. Toksyny, jady – trucizny organiczne wytwarzane przez drobnoustroje, rośliny i zwierzęta. Toksin (dari bahasa Yunani Kuno: τοξικόν) adalah sebuah zat beracun yang diproduksi di dalam sel atau organisme hidup, kecuali zat buatan manusia yang diciptakan melalui proses artifisial. Una toxina (del grec: τοξικόν, toxikon, verí per usar en les fletxes) és una substància verinosa produïda per cèl·lules o organismes vius que és farmacològicament activa a concentracions molt baixes. Les toxines poden ser molècules petites, pèptids o proteïnes, i poden causar intoxicació per contacte o absorció pels teixits biològics interaccionant amb les macromolècules biològiques com els enzims o receptors cel·lulars. Toxina (antzinako grezieraz: τοξικόν, toxikon, "gezi") substantzia pozoitsua da, zelulek, animaliek, landareek, bakterioek edo beste organismoek sortua. Beti organikoak direla adierazteko biotoxina ere esaten diete. Hitza Ludwig Brieger kimiko organikoak asmatu zuen.Gehienetan molekula txikiak, peptido edo proteinak dira, babes edo eraso helburuak dituztenak. Las dendrotoxinas son una clase de neurotoxinas producidas por las serpientes mamba que bloquean los canales de potasio de modo que incrementan la liberación de neurotransmisores, también son producidas en mucho menor medida por las avispas. Han probado ser extremadamente útiles para el estudio de las proteínas de los canales, puesto que son extremadamente potentes y selectivas. Dendrotoxins are a class of presynaptic neurotoxins produced by mamba snakes (Dendroaspis) that block particular subtypes of voltage-gated potassium channels in neurons, thereby enhancing the release of acetylcholine at neuromuscular junctions. Because of their high potency and selectivity for potassium channels, dendrotoxins have proven to be extremely useful as pharmacological tools for studying the structure and function of these ion channel proteins. Ein Toxin (griechisch τοξίνη, altgriechisch ausgesprochen toxíne, „die giftige [Substanz]“) ist ein Gift, das von einem Lebewesen synthetisiert wird. Die wissenschaftliche Disziplin, die sich mit der Erforschung von Giften, ihrer Wirkung und deren Behandlung beschäftigt, ist die Toxikologie. Sie befasst sich mit giftigen Substanzen, Tieren, Pflanzen und Mikroorganismen, mit den physiologischen Mechanismen der Giftwirkung und deren quantitativen Aspekten.
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Toxin (z řeckého toxikon) je jedovatá látka produkovaná živými buňkami nebo organismy (člověk je sice technicky také živý organismus, látky vyrobené člověkem v umělých procesech se však v této definici obvykle nepovažují za toxiny).Toxiny mohou být malé molekuly, peptidy nebo bílkoviny, které jsou schopny způsobit onemocnění při styku s nimi nebo při jejich pohlcení živou tkání, a to interakcí s biologickými makromolekulami, například enzymy nebo buněčnými receptory. Toksyny, jady – trucizny organiczne wytwarzane przez drobnoustroje, rośliny i zwierzęta. Toksyny wydzielane przez bakterie do środowiska zewnętrznego to egzotoksyny (wśród nich enterotoksyny wywołujące zatrucia pokarmowe), natomiast toksyny występujące w błonie zewnętrznej bakterii Gram-ujemnych noszą nazwę endotoksyn.Wśród toksyn wyróżnia się grupy ze względu na kierunek działania, między innymi: hemotoksyny (atakują krew) neurotoksyny (atakują układ nerwowy) hepatotoksyny (atakują wątrobę).Przykłady toksyn: apitoksyna (jad pszczeli) botulinotoksyna (jad kiełbasiany) mykotoksyny (wytwarzane przez grzyby).↑ Toxina (antzinako grezieraz: τοξικόν, toxikon, "gezi") substantzia pozoitsua da, zelulek, animaliek, landareek, bakterioek edo beste organismoek sortua. Beti organikoak direla adierazteko biotoxina ere esaten diete. Hitza Ludwig Brieger kimiko organikoak asmatu zuen.Gehienetan molekula txikiak, peptido edo proteinak dira, babes edo eraso helburuak dituztenak. Le dendrotossine sono neurotossine prodotte da serpenti del genere Dendroapsis, isolate per la prima volta nel 1980 dal veleno di mamba verde . Sono piccole proteine di circa 57-60 amminoacidi che bloccano i canali del potassio dei neuroni, impendendo la polarizzazione degli stessi e quindi impendendo lo scambio di impulsi nervosi tra una cellula e un'altra .Hanno una struttura affine agli inibitori delle serin proteasi di Kunitz, anche se esse comunque inibiscono in maniera trascurabile le dette proteasi .Nello specifico sembra che le cariche positive le lisine presenti nelle posizioni 26-28 si legano direttamente al recettore del canale del potassio, poi le cariche positive presenti su altri residui di lisina e arginina interagiscono con le cariche negative degli amminoacidi del suddetto canale, causando quindi un cambiamento conformazionale che ne impedisce il funzionamento .A causa della loro efficienza e della loro specificità di azione, sono ormai ampiamente usate nello studio delle funzioni dei canali del potassio dei neuroni . Токсините (от древногръцки: τοξικόν, toxikon) са отровни вещества, произвеждани вътре в организма и по тази причина различни от синтетично произвежданите субстанции, терминът е за първи път използван от химика, специалист по органична химия, Лудвиг Бригер (1849–1919). Терминът биотоксин понякога е специфично използван за да означи органичния произход на токсина . Токсините могат да бъдат малки молекули, пептиди или протеини. Toksinler, mikroorganizmaların salgıladıkları bir takım zehirli maddelerdir. Toksinler iki grupta toplanırlar: Ekzotoksinler Endotoksinler.Daha çok gram (+) mikroorganizmalar tarafından meydana getirilirler. Başlıca Clostridium tetani (tetanoz etkeni), Clostridium etkeni), Clostridium perfringens, Gram (-)lerin bir kısmı, Shigella dysenteria (dizanteri amili), Vibrio cholera (kolera amili) ekzotoksin yapar. Ekzotoksinler mikroorganizma tarafından dışarı salınırlar.Toksinler suda erirler. Bu yüzden bulundukları ortamda hızla yayılırlar. Bakteriler dışında birtakım hayvanlar da ekzotoksin yapar. Toksinler oldukça şiddetli zehirlerdir. Sıvı halde ve beklemekle aktivitelerini kısmen kaybederler. Clostridium botulinum toksini yeryüzünde bilinen en kuvvetli toksindir.Toksinler genellikle polipeptid yapısında maddelerdir. Molekül ağırlıkları 10-90.000 arasında değişmektedir. Isıya ve proteinleri eritici enzimlere karşı dayanıksızdırlar. Antijenik yapıya sahiptirler. Girdikleri organizmada özel bir takım antikorlar meydana getirirler. Difteri, botulinum ve tetanoz toksini sinir sistemini tutarak bir takım felçlere sebep olurlar.Ekzotoksinler, genellikle sıcağa dayanıksız olup 60-80 °C sıcaklıkta tahrip olurlar. Ancak bazı stafilokokların meydana getirdiği enterotoksinler ekzotoksin yapısında olduğu halde 100 °C'de 20 dakika dayanıklılık gösterirler. Kolera vibrionları barsaklarda bir enterotoksin meydana getirmektedirler ve kolerada aşırı tuz ve su kaybı meydana gelmesine bu enterotoksin sebep olmaktadır. Streptokoklardan bazıları da ekzotoksin yapısında bir takım maddeler çıkarırlar ki bunlar eritem dediğimiz bir takım döküntülere sebep olurlar. Buna eritrojenik toksin denir. Kızıl hastalığı, bu toksinlerden meydana gelir.Ekzotoksinlerin iki grubu bulunmaktadır:Toksofor Toksin niteliğindeki gruptur. Haptofor Antijen niteliğindeki gruptur. Ekzotoksinin bu iki grubundan birisi yok edildiğinde ötekisi etkinlik kazanır. Misal, formaldehit veya ısıyla toksik grup ortadan kalkar. Sadece haptofor grubu sabit kalır. Böyle bir toksine anatoksin denir.Anatoksini ilk olarak Ramon isimli araştırıcı 1913'te bulmuştur. Buna Ramon anatoksini de denir. Ramon difteri toksinine % 004'lük formaldehit ilave etmekle toksofor grubunu etkisiz hale getirmiş, haptofor grubunun antijenik kaldığını görmüş ve buna difteri ve tetanoz anatoksinlerinden gerek aşı yapmada ve gerekse tedavi edici bir takım antiserumlar elde etmek için hayvanları immunize etmekte faydalanılmaktadır. Una toxina (del griego clásico: τοξικόν toxikon, que significa "flecha") es una sustancia venenosa producida por células vivas u organismos, como animales, plantas, bacterias y otros organismos biológicos;para destacar su origen orgánico, se habla a veces también de biotoxina. Sustancias artificiales, creadas por procesos artificiales están excluidas de esta definición. El término "toxina" fue introducido por el químico orgánico Ludwig Brieger (1849-1919).Las toxinas pueden ser pequeñas moléculas, péptidos, o proteínas capaces de causar enfermedad cuando entran en contacto con, o son absorbidos por, tejidos del cuerpo, interactuando con los macromoléculas biológicas como enzimas o receptores celulares. Las toxinas varían enormemente en su severidad, que va de un efecto breve y leve (como en el caso de un aguijón de abeja) hasta mortal casi de inmediato (como en la toxina botulínica). 毒素(どくそ、独: toxin)は、生細胞あるいは生体内で産生される有毒物質である。したがって、人為的過程によって作り出された人工物質は除外される。Toxinは古代ギリシャ語のτοξικόν (toxikon) に由来する。この用語 (toxin) は有機化学者ルートヴィヒ・ブリーガー(1849年-1919年)によって初めて使用された。生体内で産生されたものではない有毒物質には、英語では「toxicant」および「toxics」が使われることがある。毒素には低分子、ペプチド、タンパク質があり、生体組織と接触あるいは吸収され、酵素あるいは受容体といった生体高分子と相互作用することにより病気を引き起こすことができる。毒素によってその重症度には、軽度のもの(例えばハナバチの針に含まれる毒素)から致死のもの(ボツリヌストキシンなど)まで大きく差異がある。 Per tossina si intende una sostanza prodotta da un organismo animale, vegetale o microbico che è dannosa per alcune specie.La presenza nel sangue umano di tossine prende il nome di tossinemia o tossiemia e dà quadri clinici e prognostici differenti.Ricordiamo alcune delle tossine più pericolose per l'organismo:MicotossineTossina ofidicaTossina battericaTossina colericaTossina diftericaTossina della pertosseTossina botulinicaTossina tetanicaTossina streptococcicaTossina stafilococcicaLe tossine agiscono con meccanismi diversi:neurotossico (neurotossina) quando agiscono direttamente sul neurone o sulle sinapsi in senso inibente e quindi determinante paralisi o stimolante con effetti convulsivi, come accade per il tetano.emotossico quando agiscono sul sangue determinando la distruzione di alcuni elementi figurati come i globuli rossi o alterando i sistemi di coagulazione.citotossico quando l'azione è rivolta direttamente alla cellulaLe tossine possono essere suddivide in due gruppi:le esotossine, che il germe espelle al di fuori (greco ἐξω- éxō- "fuori") della propria struttura per immetterle nell'ambiente, mentre le endotossine (greco ἔνδο- éndo- "dentro") rimangono all'interno del corpo batterico fino al suo dissolvimento in seguito all'invecchiamento o alla morte. Dendrotoxins are a class of presynaptic neurotoxins produced by mamba snakes (Dendroaspis) that block particular subtypes of voltage-gated potassium channels in neurons, thereby enhancing the release of acetylcholine at neuromuscular junctions. Because of their high potency and selectivity for potassium channels, dendrotoxins have proven to be extremely useful as pharmacological tools for studying the structure and function of these ion channel proteins. A toxin (from Ancient Greek: τοξικόν toxikon) is a poisonous substance produced within living cells or organisms; synthetic toxicants created by artificial processes are thus excluded. The term was first used by organic chemist Ludwig Brieger (1849–1919).Toxins can be small molecules, peptides, or proteins that are capable of causing disease on contact with or absorption by body tissues interacting with biological macromolecules such as enzymes or cellular receptors. Toxins vary greatly in their severity, ranging from usually minor and acute (as in a bee sting) to almost immediately deadly (as in botulinum toxin). 독소(毒素:toxin)는 일반적으로 식물이나 동물에서 유래한 독성물질을 말한다. 독소는 인체의 정상적인 생리기능을 방해하고 인체 기능에 부정적인 영향을 주는 물질이다. 인체에 작용하는 독소는 크게 균체내 독소(endotoxin)과 균체외 독소(exotoxin)로 나눌 수 있다. Ein Toxin (griechisch τοξίνη, altgriechisch ausgesprochen toxíne, „die giftige [Substanz]“) ist ein Gift, das von einem Lebewesen synthetisiert wird. Die wissenschaftliche Disziplin, die sich mit der Erforschung von Giften, ihrer Wirkung und deren Behandlung beschäftigt, ist die Toxikologie. Sie befasst sich mit giftigen Substanzen, Tieren, Pflanzen und Mikroorganismen, mit den physiologischen Mechanismen der Giftwirkung und deren quantitativen Aspekten. Die toxische Wirkung eines Stoffes auf ein Lebewesen wird Toxizität genannt.Im wissenschaftlichen englischen Sprachraum hat sich der Begriff toxinology, als Teilgebiet der Toxikologie, das sich mit Toxinen beschäftigt, etabliert. Die deutsche Übersetzung Toxinologie hält zunehmend Einzug in den deutschen Sprachraum. Toxinen zijn in het algemeen gesproken alle giftige stoffen en vallen onder de leer van de toxicologie. Meestal wordt met toxine een potente, complexe organische verbinding van biologische oorsprong bedoeld.Er zijn minerale, plantaardige, bacteriële en dierlijke toxinen zoals mycotoxinen van schimmels, bufotoxinen van padden, fytotoxinen van planten of mariene biotoxinen, geproduceerd door algen en fytoplankton.Bij bacteriële toxinen kan men in grote lijnen onderscheid maken tussen: Exotoxinen: Dit zijn giftige eiwitten die uitgescheiden worden door bepaalde bacteriën. Endotoxinen: Dit is een celwandbestanddeel van gram-negatieve bacteriën. Het is een lipopolysaccharide, matig antigeen, thermostabiel, minder giftig dan exotoxinen en een minder specifieke werking dan exotoxinen. Het komt vrij bij lyse van de bacteriën. Las dendrotoxinas son una clase de neurotoxinas producidas por las serpientes mamba que bloquean los canales de potasio de modo que incrementan la liberación de neurotransmisores, también son producidas en mucho menor medida por las avispas. Han probado ser extremadamente útiles para el estudio de las proteínas de los canales, puesto que son extremadamente potentes y selectivas. "Dendrotoxina" deriva del nombre latino de las serpientes de cuyo veneno fueron aislados: Dendroaspis angusticeps (mamba verde del este) y Dendroaspis polylepis (mamba negra). En el veneno de la mamba verde se presentan dendrotoxinas alpha, beta, gamma y delta, mientras que en el de la mamba negra se presentan dendrotoxinas I y K. Una toxina (del grec: τοξικόν, toxikon, verí per usar en les fletxes) és una substància verinosa produïda per cèl·lules o organismes vius que és farmacològicament activa a concentracions molt baixes. Les toxines poden ser molècules petites, pèptids o proteïnes, i poden causar intoxicació per contacte o absorció pels teixits biològics interaccionant amb les macromolècules biològiques com els enzims o receptors cel·lulars. Les toxines varien de manera important en la seva potència, i van des de verins menors i aguts (com el del punxó d'una abella) fins a verins que són mortals gairebé immediatament (com la toxina botulínica). Les biotoxines varien molt en objectiu i mecanisme, i poden ser molt complexes (el verí dels cargols Conidae conté dotzenes de petites proteïnes, i cadascuna ataca un canal nerviós o receptor específic) o relativament pobres en proteïnes. Toksin (dari bahasa Yunani Kuno: τοξικόν) adalah sebuah zat beracun yang diproduksi di dalam sel atau organisme hidup, kecuali zat buatan manusia yang diciptakan melalui proses artifisial. Kata ini pertama dipakai oleh kimiawan organik Ludwig Brieger (1849–1919).Untuk zat beracun yang tidak diproduksi di dalam organisme hidup, "toksikan" dan "toksik" sering dipakai.Toksin bisa berupa molekul kecil, peptida, atau protein yang mampu menciptakan penyakit melalui sentuhan atau serapan oleh jaringan tubuh yang berinteraksi dengan makromolekul biologis, seperti enzim atau reseptor seluler. Toksin memiliki tingkat merusak yang sangat beragam, mulai dari kecil dan akut (misalnya sengat lebah) hingga mematikan (misalnya toksin botulinum). Uma toxina, num contexto científico, é uma substância de origem biológica que provoca danos à saúde de um ser vivo ao entrar em contacto ou através de absorção, tipicamente por interacção com macromoléculas biológicas, tais como enzimas e receptor.O termo obteve um uso mais alargado, erroneamente, no contexto de medicina complementar e charlatanice, onde se refere a substâncias prejudiciais genéricas (por vezes de composição química não provada ou não especificada) que prejudicam a saúde.Muitas plantas, animais e microorganismos produzem toxinas naturais com a função de desencorajar ou matar os seus predadores. As toxinas animais que são aplicadas subcutaneamente (por exemplo, através de picadas ou mordidas) são chamadas de veneno.As toxinas também são geradas por bactérias, quer no corpo vivo durante infecções (como, por exemplo, o tétano) ou em material biológico em decomposição. As exotoxinas são secretadas externamente por uma bactéria e as endotoxinas formam parte da parede celular. O termo intoxicação alimentar usa-se para definir um vasto número de doenças que podem ser causadas pela ingestão de comida imprópria para consumo devido a toxinas bacterianas.As toxinas também tem vindo a ser aplicadas no campo da guerra química. Une toxine est une substance toxique pour un ou plusieurs organismes vivants. Dans l'édition 2009 du Petit Larousse, une toxine est définie comme une "substance toxique élaborée par un organisme vivant (bactérie, champignon vénéneux, insecte ou serpent venimeux), auquel elle confère son pouvoir pathogène". Une biotoxine est un poison produit par les activités métaboliques de certains êtres vivants, plus particulièrement des bactéries. Les toxines produites par des champignons sont dénommées mycotoxines.Divers animaux et certaines plantes peuvent produire des biotoxines. Plusieurs familles de bactéries sécrètent des biotoxines (exotoxines) dans les tissus qu'elles colonisent: ce sont les toxines vraies. D'autres bactéries (Gram négatif) conservent en elles-mêmes la plus grande partie des composés toxiques, qui ne sont libérés que de la lyse cellulaire, sous l'action de moyens chimiques, physiques ou mécaniques (les endotoxines). Parmi les toxines les plus importantes qui affectent l'Homme, on trouve celles du botulisme, de la dysenterie, du tétanos et de la diphtérie. En raison de leur grande sensibilité aux facteurs chimiques et physiques, tels que la lumière ou la chaleur, les toxines sont difficiles à isoler et les connaissances que nous en avons ont été obtenues par l'observation des lésions et des symptômes qu'elles provoquent lorsqu'elles sont injectées à des animaux.À l'exception de la toxine botulinique, les toxines sont détruites par les sucs gastro-intestinaux. Il a également été clairement démontré que les toxines sont de nature colloïdale et ressemblent beaucoup aux enzymes. Pour certaines d'entre elles, les toxines provoquent la formation d'anticorps, alors appelés antitoxines. Токсин (др.-греч. τοξικός (toxikos) — ядовитый) — яд биологического происхождения. Наука о ядах биологического происхождения — токсинология.Вырабатываются, например, опухолевыми клетками, инфекционными (от лат. inficio — насыщать, заражать) агентами — бактериями, вирусами, грибами (микотоксины), или паразитами, в частности гельминтами. Обширная группа токсинов вырабатывается растениями и морскими беспозвоночными.
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