RSC Issues in Toxicology Series
The Issues in Toxicology Series is a suite of professional reference books covering all aspects of toxicological research and chemical exposure.
Professor Diana Anderson
University of Bradford, UK
Dr Michael Waters
Integrated Laboratory Systems, Inc., North Carolina, USA
Dr. Martin Wilks
University of Basel, Switzerland
Dr Timothy Marrs
Edentox Associates, Kent, UK
About the Series
The field of toxicological research is continually expanding and diversifying, driven by the need to understand the human and ecological risks of exposure to chemicals and other toxicants. This Series is devoted to coverage of modern toxicology and assessment of risk, written by expert scientists from academia, government and industry, each book will serve as a reference and guide to investigations in toxicology, biomedicine, biochemistry, forensics and environmental/pollution sciences.
Topics covered include hair in toxicology, toxicogenomics, reproductive toxicology, biomarkers, chemical contaminants in food, genotoxic carcinogens, insecticides, metabolomic profiling of disease, environmental cardiology, in silico toxicology, silver in healthcare and bile acids.
Issues in Toxicology
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Examines current and prospective biomarkers for assessment of traumatic brain injury using a multidisciplinary approach involving biochemistry, molecular biology and clinical chemistry.
This book provides a concise, accessible and affordable source of reference covering a wide range of known and emerging food safety hazards, both biological and chemical.
This book is the first to provide a comprehensive review of recent progress and challenges in the risk assessment of nanomaterials by empirical and computational techniques.
Maria Jose Alonso
This book provides a critical overview of the advances being made towards overcoming biological barriers through the contribution of nanosciences and nanotechnologies.
Dr Cara Sutton
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