To forward the mission of the Society’s official journal, the cutting-edge research published in the September 2019 edition of Toxicological Sciences—Volume 171, Issue 1—represents the broad diversity of the field of toxicology.
Four Tox Spotlight articles are featured in Volume 171, Issue 1, of the journal: “Multiomics Investigation Reveals Benzalkonium Chloride Disinfectants Alter Sterol and Lipid Homeostasis in the Mouse Neonatal Brain” discusses developmental and reproductive toxicology, and “Investigations on the Relationship between Ovarian, Endocrine, and Renal Findings in Nonclinical Safety Studies of the γ-Secretase Inhibitor Avagacestat” presents research on molecular, biochemical, and systems toxicology. The other Tox Spotlight pieces, “Exposure to an Environmentally Relevant Phthalate Mixture during Prostate Development Induces MicroRNA Upregulation and Transcriptome Modulation in Rats” and “Cardiovascular Disease–Related Serum Proteins in Workers Occupationally Exposed to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons,” cover exposure sciences and organ-specific toxicology, respectively.
Additional pieces published in this month’s issue of ToxSci report on findings in such areas as clinical and translational toxicology, nanotoxicology, and neurotoxicology, as well as regulatory science, risk assessment, and decision-making. The September edition also includes articles that illuminate emerging technologies, methods, and models.
The mission of Toxicological Sciences is to publish a broad spectrum of impactful research in the field of toxicology.