ToxSci May 2024 Issue Available

By Cynthia Rider posted 05-02-2024 09:49 AM


The May 2024 issue of Toxicological Sciences includes a Contemporary Review that comprehensively overviews all relevant aspects inherent to intestinal failure-associated liver disease. The issue also features an In-Depth Review about insights into the occurrence, identification, contamination status, exposure limits, and toxicity of new unregulated disinfection by-products (nitrosamine DBPs) in drinking water while a Forum article explores the rabbit as a model species for general toxicology studies. Additionally, #ToxSpotlight articles describe how pyrolysis gas chromatography and mass spectrometry are used to evaluate microplastics in human placental samples and how carbamazepine (CBZ) affects the zebrafish’s immune system.


Other papers in the May 2024 issue (sorted by topic category) are:


Evaluation of Organophosphorus Pesticide Tyrosine Adducts for Postmortem Change by Human Serum Albumin with Liquid Chromatography Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry


A Whale of a Tale: Whale Cells Evade the Driving Mechanism for Hexavalent Chromium-Induced Chromosome Instability

Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology

Prenatal Prednisone Exposure Impacts Liver Development and Function in Fetal Mice and Its Characteristics

Endocrine Toxicology

Technical Evaluation and Standardization of the Human Thyroid Microtissue Assay

Environmental Toxicology

Chronic Exposure to BDE-47 Aggravates Acute Pancreatitis and Chronic Pancreatitis by Promoting Acinar Cell Apoptosis and Inflammation

Molecular, Biochemical, and Systems Toxicology

Quantitative Cross-Species Comparison of Serum Albumin Binding of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances from Five Structural Classes


Single Pulmonary Nanopolystyrene Exposure in Late-Stage Pregnancy Dysregulates Maternal and Fetal Cardiovascular Function

Remember that electronic access to ToxSci articles is a benefit for Full and Associate members—use your SOT credentials to log in and view ToxSci articles. Other membership types can request discounted access to ToxSci at any time.