Metabolism plays an important role in bioaccumulation of xenobiotics in fish.
Non-human primates (NHP), particularly macaques, are commonly used in studies conducted to assess toxicity of new pharmaceutical entities.
Chemical management programs strive to protect human health and the environment by accurately identifying persistent, bioaccumulative, toxic substances and restricting their use in commerce.
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The evolution of the subdiscipline of developmental immunotoxicology (DIT) as it exists today has been shaped by significant regulatory pressures as well as key scientific advances.