October 2016 ToxSci On-Line: Three Articles Using Dryad Digital Repository Featured

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The October 2016, Vol. 153, Issue 2 of Toxicological Sciences (ToxSci) now is 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 ToxSci as soon as these articles are accepted and posted to the website, register online.

As you Look Inside ToxSci, take note of the Editorial on the Dyrad Digital Repository by ToxSci Editor-in-Chief  Gary W. Miller.

“In January, we introduced the voluntary use of the Dryad Digital Repository to encourage investigators to provide readers greater access to the data that underlie papers published in ToxSci. This issue features three articles that embrace this open approach. Kahn and Weeks from the University of Liverpool share their perspective on using Dryad prospectively and retrospectively, the Cui laboratory from the University of Washington provide data on PXR and CAR, and the Ball laboratory from the MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science at the University of Liverpool share information on flutamide-related liver toxicity. Each of these groups should be commended for leading in the area of data accessibility and I hope others will follow their lead. I encourage you to look inside ToxSci (and the Dryad Digital Repository) for the best original research in the field of toxicology.”

Also in Look Inside ToxSci, you will find four Editor's Highlights prepared by ToxSci Associate Editors B. Paige Lawrence on Immunogenicity of Biotherapeutics, Gunnar Johanson on Lactational and Placental Firemaster Toxicokinetics, Nathan Cherrington on CAR, PXR, PPAR, and PCR, and Jerry L. Campbell on SeqAPASS and Pollinator Susceptibility.

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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