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Quantitative Toxicology

V.A. Filov

Quantitative Toxicology

by V.A. Filov

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Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEnvironmental Science and Technology Series
The Physical Object
Number of Pages480
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7598653M
ISBN 100471021091
ISBN 109780471021094

Quantitative modeling in toxicology / editors, Kannan Krishnan, Melvin E. Andersen. p. ; cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Summary: “In Quantitative Modeling in Toxicology leading experts outline the current state of knowledge on the modeling of dose, tissue interactions and tissue responses.   Statistical Models in Toxicology presents an up-to-date and comprehensive account of mathematical statistics problems that occur in toxicology. This is as an exciting time in toxicology because of the attention given by statisticians to the problem of estimating the human health risk for environmental and occupational exposures.

Description: This well-crafted resource in the field of drug design recounts recent developments in the field of quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSARs) with applications to drug design, toxicology, and risk assessment along with discussions of emerging fields such as nanomaterials. The accompanying online version of the book. Toxicology books authors. Content creation is a partnership process, and Elsevier is proud of our history of working with authors in a spirit of cooperative creativity to bring quality products to professional people and institutions of learning throughout the world. Submit your book proposal.

Author: Bailer Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: Get Books Statistics for Environmental Biology and Toxicology presents and illustrates statistical methods appropriate for the analysis of environmental data obtained in . A website containing computer codes accompanies the book to help the reader reconstruct the models described and discussed in the various chapters. Quantitative Modeling in Toxicology serves as an essential reference source and tool box for risk assessors and researchers and students in toxicology.


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A website containing computer codes accompanies the book to help the reader reconstruct the models described and discussed in the various chapters. Quantitative Modeling in Toxicology serves as an essential reference source and tool box for risk assessors and researchers and students in toxicology, public health.

Quantitative Modeling in Toxicology serves as an essential reference source and tool box for risk assessors and researchers and students in toxicology, public health, pharmacology, and human toxicology interested in developing quantitative models for a better understanding of dose-response relationships.

"This book provides a very fundamental view of ecotoxicology from the perspective of quantitative analysis. It covers all the ecological aspects of toxicology.

Overall, it will be an excellent book for students interested in environmental science." ―Wen-Xiong Wang, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Kowloon5/5(1).

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"This book provides a very fundamental view of ecotoxicology from the perspective of quantitative analysis. It covers all the ecological aspects of toxicology.

Overall, it will be an excellent book for students interested in environmental science." —Wen-Xiong Wang, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Kowloon. Buhl S, Kowalski P, Vanderline R () Quantitative toxicology: interlaboratory and intermethod evaluation in New York State.

Clin Chem PubMed Google Scholar   Environmental risk analysis is complex and interdisciplinary; this book explains the fundamental concepts and analytical methods in each essential discipline. With an emphasis on concepts and applications of quantitative tools plus coverage of analysis of both chemical and radioactive contaminants, this is a comprehensive resource.

1. Introduction. With the development of science and technology, more and more organic chemicals come into our day-to-day life. The organic natures of these chemicals discharged by families and factories have rendered them to become potent toxic pollutants (Khan and Roy, ).There are chemicals at present registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US.

"The book presents a wealth of hands-on examples, explanations, methods, insights, and references on how statistical analysis in toxicology may be approached from a modern, 21st-century point of view, discarding or at least devaluing some long-standing but quite useless concepts and methods along the way.

The world is a dirty place and getting dirtier all the time. The reasons for this ever-increasing lack of cleanliness are not hard to find, being basically caused by the actions of the six billion people who inhabit the planet. The needs of the people for air, water, food, housing, clothing.

Quantitative Modeling in Toxicology by Kannan Krishnan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. EPMA is a quantitative electron microscope technique that simultaneously measures total concentrations of biologically relevant elements (Na, Mg, P, S, K, C1, Ca) and water in different cellular compartments.

Application of EPMA can provide important information about issues in nervous system toxicology and physiology. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Quantitative toxicology. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Neurotoxicology: Approaches and Methods provides a unique and comprehensive presentation of the current concepts and state-of-the-art methods for the assessment of neurotoxicity.

The book analyzes various techniques available and discusses their strengths and weaknesses. This volume will serve as an excellent desk companion and laboratory guide for all investigators, researchers, clinicians. Over the past few years, research in the field of quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR) in chemistry, biology, pharmacology, toxicology, and environmental sciences has seen strong growth.

New journals and books have appeared in each of these fields, however, the combination of QSAR and environmental sciences is still in its infancy. Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathways and Their Application to Predictive Toxicology Rory B. Conolly, *, 1 Gerald T. Ankley, 2 WanYun Cheng, 1 Michael L.

Mayo, 3 David H. Miller, 4 Edward J. Perkins, 3 Daniel L. Villeneuve, 2 and Karen H. Watanabe 5. Definition of toxicology, its scope, history, and relationship to other sciences. Poison is a quantitative concept, almost any substance can be harmful at some doses but, at the same time.

"This book provides a quantitative treatment of the science of ecotoxicology. The first chapters consider fundamental concepts and definitions essential to understanding the fate and effects of toxicants at various levels of ecological organization as covered in the remaining chapters.

Year Book of Toxicology. Edited by Irving Sunshine, CRC Press, Inc., pp. £ ISBN I eagerly opened the Year Book o f Toxicology, anticipating--at the very least--the results of the year's top toxicology investigative competitions, most promising new toxins, and perhaps even league tables of the best.

Quantitative data is numerical data, whereas qualitative data has no numbers attached to it. The gender of respondents in a study, dividing light bulbs into categories like "very bright," "somewhat bright" and "dim," or the type of pizza a customer prefers are all examples of qualitative data.

Quantitative systems toxicology (QST) approaches like DILIsym, can integrate experimental data and physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling to identify clinically relevant mechanisms of DILI.

In this study, DILIsym was used to integrate pharmacokinetic data and in vitro toxicity data to simulate the in vivo response to TAK in.

Founded on the paradox that all things are poisons and the difference between poison and remedy is quantity, the determination of safe dosage forms the base and focus of modern toxicology. In order to make a sound determination there must be a working knowledge of the biologic mechanisms involved and of the methods employed to define these mechanis.