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In Vitro Toxicology
Alan M. Goldberg
by Mary Ann Liebert
Written in English
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction --General principles for In vitro --Ocular toxicity assessment In vitro toxicology --In vitro methods to predict skin irritation --Lethality testing --In vitro genetic toxicity testing --Pyrogenicity and muscle irritation --In vitro models for evaluating. In Vitro Toxicology Systems brings together important issues and considerations needed in order to develop a workable, reliable, integrated testing strategy for .
Cell Culture Methods for in vitro Toxicology introduces the reader to a range of techniques involved in the use of in vitro cell culture in toxicological studies. It deals with major cell types studied in the field of toxicology and will be useful for anyone wishing to start work with animal cell cultures or to refresh their knowledge relating to in vitro cell models. Authoritative and practical, Protocols In In-Vitro Hepatocyte Research is intended for basic and applied researchers in the area of pharmacology and toxicology, both in academic and industrial settings.
In vitro toxicology is one of the most rapidly expanding areas of biological research today. It is generally conceded that this is a result of pressure from the public for safer products and environmental conditions and, in these recessionary times, pressure from company accountants, who often perceive in vitro experimentation as a cheaper option than lawsuits, fines, and expensive remediation. Drug-induced toxicity is one of the major reasons for discontinuation of drug development projects or even drug withdrawals. Terminating a drug development project due to toxicity in later phases is expensive and to avoid late-phase project failures, several in vitro toxicology screening tests can be conducted already in the drug discovery phase.. Our third e-book in the series introduces.
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In Vitro Toxicology details the protocols and methods of in vitro testing, highlighting the usefulness of models, methods and the cost-effectiveness and reproducibility of such current approaches and strategies required to develop an easy, reliable, validated and high throughput system for use in alternative animal models to circumvent in vivo testing are discussed in detail.
Applied In Vitro Toxicology is a peer-reviewed journal providing the latest research on the development, validation and application of new and innovative in vitro testing methods for predicting adverse effects of drugs, chemicals, and products in the pharmaceutical, chemical, or personal care Journal addresses in depth the issues facing these industries, by including discussions.
Toxicology in Vitro publishes original research papers, reviews and workshop reports focusing on the application and use of in vitro and in silico systems for toxicological evaluations (collectively described as New Approach Methodologies (NAM)).
This includes the utilisation or the development of NAMs for assessing the potential adverse effects of chemicals for human safety assessment. Toxicology plays a pivotal role in driving global research and medicine. The complete understanding of this science is definitely needed for human welfare and cure.
In vitro toxicology has given us a clearer understanding of the subject via the alternate strategies and has been instrumental in reducing animal-based approaches sufficiently. First published inthis book describes tissue (cell and organ) culture techniques which could be used at a critical predevelopment stage to screen for In Vitro Toxicology book toxicity or to analyse the molecular mechanisms of toxicity at a later stage in parallel with investigative studies.
This type of research has important ethical, financial and scientific implications. This book covers historical review of in vitro toxicology, specific principles, and methods of toxicology and also the future directions.
I believe that each chapter will give readers very important information why in vitro approach is essential to complete risk assessment of In Vitro Toxicology book for human safety life. The book also tackles difficult areas of toxicology such as carcinogenicity and nanotoxicology, with additional chapters dedicated to kinetics, metabolism, and in vitro in vivo extrapolation.
The book also addresses biological processes such as stress response pathways and mechanistic biomarkers and how these can be uncovered and measured using. in vitro toxicology second edition Download in vitro toxicology second edition or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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In Vitro Toxicology Systems brings together important issues and considerations needed in order to develop a workable, reliable, integrated testing strategy for the replacement of animals in toxicity testing regimes. This thorough volume includes sections on in vitro models for systemic organ toxicity, neurotoxicity, sensory organs, immunotoxicity and reproductive toxicity and addresses how 5/5(1).
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In Vitro Methods in Toxicology - edited by C. Atterwill October In this book a wide variety of techniques has been described by experts in the various fields and we would now like to outline how they now or in the future might fit into the process of compound development.
Instructions for Authors. The primary focus of Applied In Vitro Toxicology is on the alternative testing methods and their applications of new cell- and tissue-based methods for predicting adverse effects in the pharmaceutical, veterinary, horticultural, chemical, and personal care industries.
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Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. Toxicology has made tremendous strides in the sophistication of the models used to identify and understand the mechanisms of agents that can harm or kill humand and other higher organisms.
Non-animals or in vitro models started to gain significant use in the s. As a result of the increased concern over animal welfare, economic factors, and Cited by: In Vitro Toxicology - CRC Press Book Toxicology has made tremendous strides in the sophistication of the models used to identify and understand the mechanisms of agents that can harm or kill humand and other higher -animals or in vitro models started to gain significant use in the s.
Toxicology is an international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes only the highest quality original scientific research and critical reviews describing hypothesis-based investigations into mechanisms of toxicity associated with exposures to xenobiotic chemicals, particularly as it relates to human health.
In this respect "mechanisms" is defined on both the macro (e.g. physiological. In 21st century toxicology, it also is crucial to integrate all information from in silico and in vitro methods into animal studies.
Therefore, in a modern vision of immunotoxicology, integrated strategies will be described and examples provided in each presentation.
Bondesson, Inger Ekwall, Björn Hellberg, Sven Romert, Lennart Stenberg, Kjell and Walum, Erik MEIC—A new international multicenter project to evaluate the relevance to human toxicity of in vitro cytotoxicity tests. Cell Biology and Toxicology, Vol. 5, Issue.
3, p. from book Drug Discovery and evaluation: Safety and pharmacokinetic assays, second edition (pp) In Vitro Toxicology Chapter January with ReadsAuthor: Mostafa Kabiri. The toxicology community has made significant progress developing assays and tools that will help achieve the predictive toxicology goals outlined by the NRC in This raises the important question of how in vitro data and in silico models can be used to understand and predict in vivo toxicity.
This question was the central focus of a Cited by:. Abstract. This book contains 18 chapters. Some of the titles are: Genetic toxicology; In vitro dermal irritancy tests; An in vitro assessment of ovarian function: a potential tool for investigating mechanisms of toxicity in the ovary; In vitro immunotoxicology; and Postimplantation embryo culture and its applications to problems in teratology.This is a short book that could be read comfortably in an evening.
It should appeal to those with little initial knowledge of toxicology who wish to bring some level-headedness to their evaluation of information on toxicological issues presented in the mass media and elsewhere.
[David PelIing--BIBRA] Year Book of Toxicology.Book Description. Toxicology has made tremendous strides in the sophistication of the models used to identify and understand the mechanisms of agents that can harm or kill humand and other higher organisms.
Non-animals or in vitro models started to gain significant use in the s.