All material on the Clinical Toxinology Resources
Website is copyright.
Most material is copyright to site staff, the Womens & Childrens
Hospital, or University of Adelaide. However some material, particularly photos
of organisms, is copyright to the photographer or scientist who supplied us
the image. The copyright owner is listed on the image and/or in the caption.
Please respect copyright. Do not take images, text or other material without
permission. If you want to use an image, let us know, so we can put you in contact
with the copyright owner. We dont mind pages being printed out for personal
use by subscribers; we realize how useful this may be if you are managing a
case of envenoming or poisoning, where it is not practical to keep running back
to the computer. We treat patients too, and want to help you with your cases;
thats why we built this site!
Stealing information, including text and images is a crime. If we discover anyone
has taken or used our material, including text or images, without our written
permission, we will seek legal redress. A number of processes used on this site
may be subject to patents. Unauthorized use of these processes constitutes infringement
of patent, for which we will seek legal redress.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL SITE USERS
: The principle aim of this site is to provide
information useful to improving outcomes for humans suffering from envenoming or poisoning by
animals, plants or mushrooms. We make a reasonable attempt to verify accuracy of information
listed on this site. However, we cannot access every published paper of potential relevance,
either because they are not available to us or are in a language we cannot translate internally.
Equally, we cannot list knowledge which is not yet reported or known. It should not be assumed
that humankind currently knows all there is to know about any species, even for common species.
Further, we cannot control how users will interpret the information provided on this site. We
therefore do not accept legal responsibility for use of the information provided and we require
that all users use information from this site at their own risk.
The following should also be noted when reading information contained within the databases on this website: italics for scientific nomenclature cannot be displayed, and superscripting and subscripting is absent in some instances.
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