Urushiol

Urushiol l is an oily organic allergen found in plants of the family Anacardiaceae, especially Toxicodendron spp. (e.g., poison oak, poison ivy, poison sumac) and also in mangos. In sensitive individuals, urushiol can cause an allergic skin rash on contact, known as urushiol-induced contact dermatitis. The name comes from the Japanese word for the...
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urushiol

(from the article `immune system disorder`) ...examples of a plant that can provoke a contact hypersensitivity reaction is poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans), found throughout North America. ... The plant is poisonous to touch, producing in many persons a severe inflammation of the skin, or dermatitis. The toxic principle, urushiol, is...
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urushiol

(u-roo┬┤she-ol) an oleoresin that is the toxic irritant principle of poison ivy and related plants, and is also found in a few less common plant species.
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urushiol

A mixture of nonvolatile hydrocarbons, derivatives of catechol with unsaturated C15 or C17 side chains, constituting the active allergen of the irritant oil of poison ivy, Toxicodendron radicans, poison oak, T. Diversilobum, and the Asiatic laquer tree, T. Verniciferum. ... Origin: Jap. Urushi, lac, + L. Oleum, oil ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Urushiol

A toxic substance found in resin that causes allergic skin reaction.
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Urushiol

A toxic substance found in resin that causes allergic skin reaction.
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urushiol

resin in poison ivy plants that causes a skin reaction.
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urushiol

resin in poison ivy plants that causes an allergic skin reaction.
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Urushiol

resin in poison ivy plants that causes an allergic skin reaction.
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urushiol

resin in poison ivy plants that causes an allergic skin reaction.
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Urushiol

resin in poison ivy plants that causes an allergic skin reaction.
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urushiol

Type: Term Pronunciation: ū-rū′shē-ōl Definitions: 1. A mixture of nonvolatile hydrocarbons, derivatives of catechol with unsaturated C15 or C17 side chains, constituting the active allergen of the irritant oil of poison ivy, Toxicodendron radicans, poison oak, T. diversilobum, and the Asiatic laq...
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