The laboratories of the board of health prepare this antitoxin and supply it fresh for public use.
Meanwhile the bacteriologists are steadily at work on a vaccine or antitoxin.
The night we discovered the Hamilton antitoxin, the night that made the Baker Institute famous!
Rashes are produced in about one-third of the cases, and are attributable to the antitoxin.
The use of antitoxin, which prevents annually many thousands of deaths from diphtheria, does not help us in many other diseases.
Nearly the same thing might be said of antitoxin for diphtheria.
This antitoxin should be administered only by a competent veterinarian.
The bacillus remains after the use of antitoxin just as if antitoxin had not been used.
The preventive use of the antitoxin has, of course, a very limited range outside veterinary surgery.
Why, Mr. Baker is tickled to death about the Hamilton antitoxin.
antitoxin an·ti·tox·in (ān'tē-tŏk'sĭn)
An antibody formed in response to and capable of neutralizing a specific biological toxin.
Serum containing antitoxins that is used to prevent or treat diseases caused by biological toxins, such as tetanus and diphtheria.