Covering the most important topics in modern Toxicology, Human Toxicology Handbook CRCnetBASE 1999 addresses issues, answers questions, and provides data related to metals toxicology, nutritional toxicology, inhalation toxicology, immunotoxicology, as well as reproductive and developmental toxicology.
Each of these five major sections contains corefully selected topics that reflect the current state of knowledge of human toxicology. From tissue uptake of mercury to th effects of drugs on immune systems, this fully searchable CD-ROM presents the full range of valuable data and vital information.
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CD-ROM addresses issues, answers questions, and provides data related to metals toxicology, nutritional toxicology, inhalation toxicology, immunotoxicology, and reproductive and develop- mental toxicology. For students and practitioners.
Human Toxicology Handbook on CD-ROM
Massaro; Edward J. Consultant, Morrisville, North Carolina, USA
Format Software Medium CD-ROM ISBN 0849321557 Copyright Year 1999 PC System Requirements Windows 3.1 or higher and 8MB RAM.
Human Toxicology Handbook on CD-ROM contains a substantial amount of information that is unavailable in any other form. This fast, portable, easy to use and fully searchable CD-ROM covers vital matters in modern toxicology, addressing important issues, answering key questions, and providing relevant data.
Each of these five major sections contains carefully selected topics reflecting the current state of knowledge of human toxicology. From tissue uptake of mercury, to the effects of drugs on immune systems, the fully searchable Human Toxicology Handbook on CD-ROM puts valuable data and vital information at your fingertips.
Metals Toxicology explores occupational and environmental exposures, cellular and molecular mechanisms of metal toxicities, and tissue uptake of mercury.
Nutritional Toxicology topics include toxic agents, chemosensory function, diet, and essential and nonessential mineral interactions.
Inhalation Toxicology highlights the structure and function of the respiratory tract, and disposition of inhaled toxicants.
Immunotoxicology methods are covered as well as the effects of drugs, pesticides and organic solvents on the immune system.
Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology encompasses male and female reproductive toxicity.