September 2022 ToxSci: Highlights from the Issue

By Dori Germolec posted 09-01-2022 13:14

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A new ToxPoint article argues that “Copper Is the New Showstopper,” while a commentary calls for patient-relevant tissue models in the September 2022 issue of Toxicological Sciences (ToxSci), the official journal of the Society of Toxicology (SOT). Other featured articles include a contemporary review on machine learning and artificial intelligence, research on inflammatory cell responses in protein-c mutant lungs to ozone exposure, and a study that explores whether nonanimal systematic safety assessments can be used for safety decisions associated with human health. The issue also has an “In Memoriam” tribute to Donald J. Reed, who was SOT President for the 1991–1992 leadership year.

Here are the science highlights from ToxSci Volume 189, Issue #1:

The September 2022 issue of ToxSci, as well as all past issues, are available on the ToxSci website.

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.

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