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TOXI-PRIX blog

A toxicology blog can be a great way to learn about the latest research in toxicology and its impact on human and environmental health.

It can also be a forum for discussing current issues in toxicology and sharing tips on how to stay safe from toxic substances.

Toxicology blogs can be written by scientists, researchers, or even laypeople who are passionate about toxicology.

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Clinical Toxicology

Adverse outcome pathway

AOPs are a new way of thinking about how chemicals and other stressors cause harm. Instead of focusing on individual effects, AOPs look at the entire chain of events that leads to an adverse outcome. This allows us to better understand how chemicals cause harm, and to develop more effective risk assessment methods. AOPs are still under development, but they have the potential to revolutionize the way we think about chemical safety

Amr Adel Elnashar

Clinical Toxicology

Lowest published toxic dose

The lowest published toxic dose (TDLo) is the smallest amount of a substance that has been shown to cause any harmful effect in animals. It is different from the lethal dose 50 (LD50), which is the amount of a substance that kills half of the exposed population.

Amr Adel Elnashar

Toxicology

Definition of Toxicology and types of Toxicology in various fields

Nada hazem khattab

Experimental toxicology

Experimental toxicology, the basic issue part 2

Most industrial chemical exposures occur through the skin or by inhalation. However, these risks can be limited and controlled in the workplace.

Amr Adel Elnashar

Experimental toxicology

Experimental toxicology, the basic issue part 1

General reference texts on toxicology may give the impression that the field is simple and straightforward. However, more detailed texts on specific classes of compounds reveal that there are many gaps in knowledge and that the results of toxicological studies can be variable and even contradictory. This is due to the complexity of the interactions between chemicals and living organisms, as well as the difficulty of conducting controlled experiments with toxic substances. As a result, there is often well-founded dispute about the effects of low doses of chemicals, whether or not certain chemicals are carcinogenic, and the mechanisms of action of many compounds.

Amr Adel Elnashar

Impact of poisons on living organisms

The Significance of Toxicology in Understanding and Mitigating the Harmful Effects of Poisons and Toxic Substances on Living Organisms

Toxicology, the study of the harmful effects of poisons and toxic substances on living organisms, is a multidisciplinary field encompassing environmental science, chemistry, pharmacology, and biology. It aims to identify, analyze, and minimize the impacts of hazardous chemicals by understanding the processes through which they cause harm. Toxicologists investigate how poisons affect organisms at various levels, from cellular to ecological, and study the interactions of chemicals in the environment and the human body. This field plays a crucial role in preventing harm to the general population by detecting, assessing, and mitigating the effects of toxic substances through control measures and regulations.

Mikhael Ayman Magdy

Experimental toxicology

Toxicology: The Study of Poisons a brief introduction.

Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. It is a broad field that encompasses the study of the properties of toxic substances, the mechanisms by which they cause harm, and the methods for detecting and treating poisoning.

Amr Adel Elnashar

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