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Current Protocols in Toxicology

Current Protocols in Toxicology

Last Update: March 01, 2018
Print ISSN: 1934-9254
Online ISSN: 1934-9262


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Supplement 75, February 2018

Unit 2.27 A Real-Time Image-Based Approach to Distinguish and Discriminate Apoptosis from Necrosis
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Unit 11.25 Evaluation of Marijuana Compounds on Neuroimmune Endpoints in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis
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Unit 13.13 Use of Human Embryoid Bodies for Teratology
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Unit 18.21 Determination of Mycophenolic Acid and Mycophenolic Acid Glucuronide Using Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS/MS)
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Unit 20.15 Development of an In Vitro Method to Estimate the Sensitization Induction Level of Contact Allergens
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Unit 22.6 Preparation of Human Primary Colon Tissue-Derived Organoid Using Air Liquid Interface Culture
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Unit 22.7 Phenotypic and Functional Evaluation of Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells in Toxicology of Heavy Metals
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Current Protocols in Toxicology is the best updated methods resource for accurate, efficient assessment of toxicity in whole organisms, organs and tissues, cells, and biochemical pathways. Including contributions from scientists globally, this title provides step-by-step protocols for the molecular analysis of the pathways, processes, and phenomena associated with toxic insults.

A subscription gives you access to all the content in the collection plus four quarterly issues of new and updated content. Current Protocols in Toxicology

  • provides the latest models and methods from molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry, and genetics as they are applied in a toxicology context
  • includes methods for analysis of the major pathways associated with responses to toxicants
  • describes whole-animal and in vitro model systems for testing and characterizing the responses to toxic agents
  • includes methods focused on modern techniques for drug transporters, regulatory toxicology, and developmental and environmental studies

Edited by: Lucio G. Costa (University of Washington); Julio C. Davila (University of Puerto Rico); David A. Lawrence (Wadsworth Center); Yvonne Will (Pfizer); Advisory Editor: Ernest Hodgson (North Carolina State University); Donald J. Reed (Oregon State University); Guest Editors: Alan R. Buckpitt (University of California, Davis); Gabriella Coruzzi (University of Parma Medical School); José Manautou (University of Connecticut); Past Editor-in-Chief: Mahin Maines (University of Rochester School of Medicine); Past Editors: James S. Bus (The Dow Chemical Company); Shigeru Sassa (Rockefeller University); I. Glenn Sipes (University of Arizona)

Developmental Editor: Aditi Nadkarni

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