A toxin produced by certain bacteria and released upon destruction of the bacterial cell.(noun)
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Use "endotoxin" in a sentence
"We only go to sleep when a substance called endotoxin LPS is exuded over the course of the day by these friendly bacteria in our guts."
"The zoo is filled with a particular type of antigen called endotoxin, which will actually help your child build up her immunity army."
"Instead, there were high levels of a toxic bacterial compound called endotoxin, probably related to repair work done on the pipes a few weeks earlier."