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Intravenous lipid emulsion therapy, which involves injecting a fatty solution into the bloodstream, reversed signs of toxicity within 24 hours in sea turtles that had been exposed to Karenia brevis algae, which cause red tides that strand and kill many sea turtles each year. The therapy, which is used to treat overdoses in people, causes toxins to bind to the fats instead of to organs.

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