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Acute Toxicology Testing

Medical


by
Shayne C. Gad and Christopher P. Chengelis

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 534 pages

File size: 12.1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


Acute toxicology testing provides the first line of defense against potentially dangerous chemicals. This book is a complete and practical guide to conducting and interpreting all regulatory required and commonly used acute toxicity tests. It presents detailed protocols for all of the common test designs and reviews their development and objectives. Acute Toxicology Testing, Second Edition will interest not only workers in the pharmaceutical industry, but also researchers and students in toxicology and public health.

Key Features

* Over 100 tables summarizing and interpreting results

* Complete coverage of all major test designs and their limitations and advantages

* Current status of alternative test designs and models

Acute toxicology testing provides the first line of defense against potentially dangerous chemicals. This book is a complete and practical guide to conducting and interpreting all regulatory required and commonly used acute toxicity tests. It presents detailed protocols for all of the common test designs and reviews their development and objectives. Acute Toxicology Testing, Second Edition will interest not only workers in the pharmaceutical industry, but also researchers… (more)

Acute toxicology testing provides the first line of defense against potentially dangerous chemicals. This book is a complete and practical guide to conducting and interpreting all regulatory required and commonly used acute toxicity tests. It presents detailed protocols for all of the common test designs and reviews their development and objectives. Acute Toxicology Testing, Second Edition will interest not only workers in the pharmaceutical industry, but also researchers and students in toxicology and public health.

Key Features

* Over 100 tables summarizing and interpreting results

* Complete coverage of all major test designs and their limitations and advantages

* Current status of alternative test designs and models

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