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The time required for a concentration of a substance in a body fluid (usually blood plasma) to decrease by half.
Toxicity of the liver, associated bile duct, and gall bladder.
A systemic poison whose target organ is the liver.
The chemical process in which water is used to split a substance into smaller molecules. The hydrogen and hydroxyl parts of a water molecule bond to opposite locations on a chemical bond at the site where the split occurs.
Water loving.  Substance that has strong polar groups that readily interacts with water.
A state of altered immune reactivity in which the body reacts with an exaggerated response to a foreign agent.
A partial reduction in the oxygen concentration supplied to cells or tissues.
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