ToxSci July Issue Is Now OnLine: Look Inside ToxSci for Highlighted Articles

 F1_medium.gifThe July 2015, Vol. 146, No. 1 issue of Toxicological Sciences (ToxSci) is now available online. To have the email Table of Contents (eTOC) delivered to you as well as Advance Access notification of the latest papers and research in Toxicological Sciences as soon as these articles are accepted and posted to the website, register online.

Editor-in-Chief of ToxSci Gary W. Miller announces that "Over the past several months the Look Inside ToxSci summaries have been prepared by the editor. Starting with this issue the associate editors will also be providing summaries. As the associate editors handle articles within their area of scientific expertise, this should result in more insightful commentary. This month a Contemporary Review addresses the risk assessment of generic pharmaceuticals and a Forum article continues the debate over whether chemicals that exert effects on the endocrine system should be treated differently from a toxicological perspective. Although some of the rhetoric has been tense for the latter, it is clear that both camps are aiming to minimize adverse health outcomes. The scientific divide on this issue may not be as vast as the discourse has indicated. As always, I encourage readers to look inside ToxSci for the best original research in the field of toxicology." 

The title and authors of the four  highlighted articles that may be of interest to you are provided below.

Proteomic Analysis of Cerebellum in Common Marmoset Exposed to Methylmercury, Yueting Shao, Megumi Yamamoto, Daniel Figeys, Zhibin Ning, and Hing Man Chan.

Long-term Coexposure to Hexavalent Chromium and B[a]P Causes Tissue-Specific Differential Biological Effects in Liver and Gastrointestinal Tract of Mice, Francisco Javier Sánchez-Martín, Yunxia Fan, Vinicius Carreira, Jerald L. Ovesen, Andrew Vonhandorf, Ying Xia, and Alvaro Puga.

Genome-Wide Association Study Identifies Novel Loci Associated With Diisocyanate-Induced Occupational Asthma, Berran Yucesoy, Kenneth M. Kaufman, Zana L. Lummus, Matthew T. Weirauch, Ge Zhang, André Cartier, Louis-Philippe Boulet, Joaquin Sastre, Santiago Quirce, Susan M. Tarlo, Maria-Jesus Cruz, Xavier Munoz, John B. Harley, and David I. Bernstein.

Formation, Accumulation, and Hydrolysis of Endogenous and Exogenous Formaldehyde-Induced DNA Damage, Rui Yu, Yongquan Lai, Hadley J. Hartwell, Benjamin C. Moeller, Melanie Doyle-Eisele, Dean Kracko, Wanda M. Bodnar, Thomas B. Starr, and James A. Swenberg

The mission of ToxSci, the official journal of the Society of Toxicology, is to publish the most influential research in the field of toxicology.

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