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American Journal of Environmental Sciences ISSN: 1553-345X
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Full Text: 2005 - present
Scope: Environmental physics, Basic and applied research on atmospheric, Terrestrial and aquatic environments pollution control and abatement technology, Conservation of natural resources, Environmental health study and toxicology, Environmental quality assessment, Environmental standards and criteria
Annales de Toxicologie Analytique ISSN: 0768-598X
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Full Text: 2000 - present
La revue Annales de Toxicologie Analytique est un journal à comité de lecture international consacré essentiellement à la toxicologie analytique, couvrant tous les aspects suivants : clinique, judiciaire, environnement et professionnel, dopage, addiction, matrices alternatives, assurance qualité. Les aspects réglementaires et législatifs sont aussi envisagés.
Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications ISSN: 1565-3633
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Full Text: 2003 - present
The purpose of the journal Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications is to publish original research in the form of articles, notes, letters and reviews in the general field of bioinorganic chemistry and its applications. Its scope includes all aspects of bioinorganic chemistry, including bioorganometallic chemistry and applied bioinorganic chemistry. The journal welcomes papers relating to metalloenzymes and model compounds, metal-based drugs, biomaterials, biocatalysis and bioelectronics, metals in biology and medicine, metals toxicology and metals in the environment, metal interactions with biomolecules and spectroscopic applications.
Clinical Toxicology (15563650) ISSN: 1556-3650
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Full Text: 2005-01-01 - 12 months ago
Orginal research, case reports, reviews on clinical toxicology relating to acute care, occupational and environmental medicine, public health, regulatory toxicology, pharmacology and pharmaceutics, and analytical and forensic pathology.
Drug Metabolism and Disposition ISSN: 0090-9556
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Full Text: 1997 - 12 months ago (v25 i1 - )
Drug Metabolism and Disposition will consider for publication manuscripts describing the results of original research that contribute significant and novel information on xenobiotic metabolism, transport, and disposition. The term xenobiotic includes therapeutic agents as well as environmental chemicals. Research may involve the use of in vivo or in vitro approaches, including cultured cells and heterologous expression systems. Manuscripts that describe mechanistic aspects of xenobiotic metabolism and transport as well as those examining mechanisms that affect expression and regulation of drug-metabolizing enzymes and transporters, including genetic variability, are encouraged. Manuscripts concerned with genetic, nutritional, or hormonal factors that influence the biological fate of chemicals are also of interest, as are those that address the toxicologic consequences of xenobiotic metabolism. We continue to welcome manuscripts describing metabolite identification and/or identification of specific enzymes responsible for particular metabolic pathways, provided that the studies are thorough and rigorous. Manuscripts presenting the results of pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic studies that address mechanisms underlying drug disposition and response and/or address clearly defined hypotheses are invited. Studies lacking mechanistic insight or dealing only with descriptive parent drug pharmacokinetics are not encouraged.
Drug Metabolism Reviews ISSN: 0360-2532
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Full Text: 1999-02-01 - 12 months ago
Reviews of an impressive array of drug metabolism research, covering established, new, and potential drugs; environmentally toxic chemicals; absorption; metabolism and excretion; and enzymology of all living species.
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology ISSN: 1735-1472
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Full Text: 2004 - present
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (IJEST) provides a multidisciplinary forum for authoritative discussion and analysis of issues of wide interest to the international community of environmental professionals, with the intent of developing innovative solutions to environmental problems for public policy implementation, professional practice, or both, Peer-reviewed original research papers, environmental reviews, and commentaries, along with news articles and points of view, link findings in science and technology with issues of public policy, health, environmental quality, law, political economy, management, and the appropriate standards for expertise.
International Journal of Toxicology (Taylor & Francis) ISSN: 1091-5818
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Full Text: 1997-01-01 - 2008-10-01
The International Journal of Toxicology publishes timely, peer-reviewed papers on current topics important to toxicologists. Six bi-monthly issues cover a wide range of topics, including contemporary issues in toxicology, safety assessments, novel approaches to toxicological testing, mechanisms of toxicity, biomarkers, and risk assessment. The Journal also publishes invited reviews on contemporary topics, and features articles based on symposia. In addition, supplemental issues are routinely published on various special topics, including three supplements devoted to contributions from the Cosmetic Review Expert Panel. The Journal does not have submission or publication fees, and color pages are now available at a greatly reduced price.
Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management ISSN: 1119-8362
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Full Text: 2001 - present
The journal publishes original research findings and occasional interpretative reviews on the toxic effects in plants, animals or humans of natural or synthetic chemical occurring in the human environment. In addition, studies relating to food, water, and other consumer products, papers on industrial and agricultural chemical and pharmaceuticals are encouraged. Furthermore, new areas such as safety evaluation of petroleum exploration, novel food manufacture and biotechnologically derived products and inter-relationship between environmental contamination and toxicology are welcomed. Studies addressing the physiological, anatomical biochemical or pathological changes produced by specific substances, techniques for assessing potential toxicity, including toxic phenomena, and all aspects of in-vivo toxicology will be covered. In other words, papers from health, science, engineering and social science will be considered provided the tests and reporting meet current standards of adequacy. The journal's editorial policy will reflect the need of high quality in support of health, safety and environment. The journal is partly sponsored by the World Bank assisted Nationally Coordinated Research Project based at the Faculty of Science, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. We urge you to send articles for publication, advertisement and also subscribe for this journal. The Journal is published bi-annually.
Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Stress & Recovery ISSN: 1386-1980
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - 2002-12-01
The Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem and Recovery encourages submission of original studies which address the measurement analysis interpretation and significance of natural and anthropogenic stressors on components of freshwater estuarine and marine systems. The journal is not entirely ecotoxicological or ecological in its primary thrust but seeks to include elements from both disciplines in the creation of a body of knowledge which examines the effects of environmental stressors on all levels of biological organization including individual population community and the ecosystem level. The journal particularly encourages studies that focus on establishing functional relationships among biotic components as they relate to understanding linkages and/or causal relationships between two or more levels of biological organization. The following themes or subject areas are appropriate for the journal: Effects of stressors on relationships between biotic components: understanding linkages between levels of biological organization; establishing relationships between different trophic levels. Development and application of new techniques for assessing stress: multivariate modeling and integrative approaches; approaches for characterizing or distinguishing between different types of stressors; using combinations of biomarkers and bioindicators to assess stress effects. Multiple lines of evidence to assess and evaluate stress effects: multivariate and integrative use of individual response variables; use of multivariate responses in ecological risk assessment. Effects of different types of stressors on aquatic ecosystems: physicochemical effects (e.g. hydrodynamic siltation temperature salinity); habitat modification (e.g. channelization instream cover substrate riparian/erosion); contaminants (not classical toxicology see no. 2); modifying effects of physicochemical factors on stress response. Recovery in Aquatic Ecosystems: relationships between water chemistry dynamics and biological responses; predicting and defining population and community recovery; impairment of individual and population-level recovery processes. Ecological description of stressed aquatic systems: structure and function of stressed marine estuarine or freshwater systems; colonization dynamics of exotic and introduced species; distinguishing between effects caused by anthropogenic or natural stressors.
Journal of Environmental Science & Health, Part B -- Pesticides, Food Contaminants, & Agricultural Wastes ISSN: 0360-1234
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Full Text: 2001-01-01 - 12 months ago
This journal provides an outlet for original research reports on analytical techniques or improvements on existing methods applicable to residues of pesticides, food contaminants (natural and additive), and other chemical contaminants, and their metabolites in the ecosphere. Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes offers original factual reports on the persistence, binding, translocation, chemical and biodegradation, and metabolic fate of these chemicals; their effectual contamination of the biosphere; methods of detoxification; and their toxicological considerations and consequences. The journal also encompasses the development of integrated methods of pest control and various aspects of agricultural wastes.
Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine ISSN: 1359-0847
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Full Text: 1995-01-01 - 2008-12-31
Following the amalgamation of the British Society for Nutritional Medicine and the British Society for Allergy and Environmental Medicine, the Journal of Nutritional Medicine has now become the Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine and has extended its editorial scope to include allergy and environmental medicine. International in outlook and in content, the journal's original articles and state-of-the-art reports on current clinical practice are peer reviewed by practising clinicians and researchers. Focusing on studies of clinical relevance, the journal welcomes papers on: toxicity/nutritional toxicology · nutritional and environmental factors and the immune system · chemical sensitivity · diagnosis and treatment techniques in allergy · nutrition and reproductive function · essential fatty acids in prevention and treatment · vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other dietary factors in prevention and treatment · human microflora in health and disease · nutritional/environmental medicine · antioxidants in health and disease · pesticides and modern farming techniques · laboratory methods in nutritional/environmental medicine · nutritional supplementation and dietary intervention · impact of food processing on nutrient availability.
Journal of Toxicology & Environmental Health: Part A ISSN: 1528-7394
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Full Text: 1998-01-01 - 12 months ago
Now published twenty-four times per year, this authoritative journal features strictly refereed original research in the field of environmental toxicology in general as well as in special interest fields such as target organ toxicities, immunotoxicology, risk assessment, carcinogenesis, mutagenesis, ecotoxicology, environmental factors affecting health, and aquatic toxicology. Emphasis is on the toxicological effects of natural and anthropogenic environmental pollutants and their action on both intact organisms and in vitro systems. Increased attention is being placed on the results of epidemiological studies of select groups of workers in exposed populations. To facilitate the timely publication of short articles, the journal has added a new Rapid Communications section, keeping readers on top of important new developments in the field, as they happen. Also published are refereed critical reviews in scientific areas of current toxicological interest.
Journal of Toxicology & Environmental Health: Part B ISSN: 1093-7404
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Full Text: 1999-01-01 - 12 months ago
Part B has been instituted to provide a quarterly outlet for in-depth critical reviews, both commissioned and unsolicited, which complement the original research published in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health . In keeping with the original scope, Part B will focus on environmental toxicology in general as well as on special interest fields such as: target organ toxicities; immunotoxicology; risk assessment; carcinogenesis and mutagenesis; ecotoxicology and aquatic toxicology; environmental factors affecting health. Emphasis will be on the toxicological effects of natural and anthropogenic environmental pollutants and their action on both intact organisms and in vitro systems. Part B: Critical Reviews serves as an indispensable resource for toxicologists, environmentalists, pharmacologists, biochemists, radiation biologists, and epidemiologists, as well as for health care professionals, health and safety administrators, environmental and occupational physicians, oncologists, and hazardous substance professionals.
Journal of Toxicology -- Clinical Toxicology ISSN: 0731-3810
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Full Text: 1999-01-01 - 2004-12-01
Discontinued in 2005. Continued by Clinical Toxicology (1556-3650).
Journal of Toxicology -- Cutaneous & Ocular Toxicology ISSN: 0731-3829
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Full Text: 2001-02-01 - 2004-11-01
Discontinued in 2005. Continued by Cutaneous and Ocular Toxicology (1556-9527).
Lipids in Health and Disease ISSN: 1476-511X
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Full Text: 2002 - present
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Full Text: 2002 - present
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Full Text: 2002-01-01 - present
Lipids in Health and Disease is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal that publishes articles on all aspects of lipids: their biochemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, role in health and disease, and the synthesis of new lipid compounds. Lipids in Health and Disease is aimed at all scientists, health professionals and physicians interested in the area of lipids. Lipids are defined here in their broadest sense, to include: cholesterol, essential fatty acids, saturated fatty acids, phospholipids, inositol lipids, second messenger lipids, enzymes and synthetic machinery that is involved in the metabolism of various lipids in the cells and tissues, and also various aspects of lipid transport, etc. In addition, the journal also publishes research that investigates and defines the role of lipids in various physiological processes, pathology and disease. In particular, the journal aims to bridge the gap between the bench and the clinic by publishing articles that are particularly relevant to human diseases and the role of lipids in the management of various diseases. The emerging field of Lipids is expected to have a significant impact in the future of health care. Lipids form an important constituent of all cell membranes, and cellular constituents, and as such they have a profound influence on the interaction of the cell with its immediate environment and the way the messages are received and processed by cells in the body. By regulating cell membrane structure and function, lipids are known to influence the actions of various hormones, peptides and drugs. At present, there is no single forum that publishes all the aspects of research on lipids. Lipids in Health and Disease tries to fill this vacuum. Further, by emphasizing the clinical relevance of the work on Lipids, the journal aims to bridge the gap between the lab and the clinic.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine ISSN: 1351-0711
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Full Text: 1944-01-01 - present (v1 i1 - )
Occupational and Environmental Medicine is a monthly journal concerned with areas of current importance in occupational medicine and environmental health issues throughout the world. Original contributions include epidemiological,physiological and psychological studies of occupational and environmental health hazards as well as toxicological studies of materials posing human health risks. A CPD/CME series aims to help visitors in continuing their professional development. A correspondence section provides a forum for debate and notification of preliminary findings.
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