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Chemical Research in Toxicology


 

Status
active
Indexing
CAS, SCOPUS, EBSCOhost, British Library, PubMed, CABI, Web of Science, and SwetsWise.
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0893-228X
E ISSN
1520-5010
First volume
1
Last volume
32+
Publish city
Washington, DC
Homepage
Description
Chemical Research in Toxicology publishes Articles, Communications,  Reviews, Chemical Profiles, and Perspectives  on structural, mechanistic, and technological advances in  research related to the toxicological effects of chemical agents.  In addition, features entitled Forum and Letters to the Editor  are published periodically. The Journal is intended to provide  a venue for presentation of research relevant to all aspects of  the chemical basis of toxicological responses. It emphasizes  rigorous chemical standards and encourages application of  modern techniques of chemical analysis to toxicological problems.  It publishes papers devoted to: (1) identification of novel  toxic agents and reactive intermediates, (2) development of  specific and sensitive new methods for detection of modification  of biological macromolecules by toxic agents, (3) characterization  of the alteration of macromolecular structure and function  by interaction with chemical agents, (4) experimental and  theoretical studies of chemical factors that control reactivity with  specific macromolecules, (5) metabolism of toxic agents as it  contributes to their biological effects, and (6) molecular mechanisms  of toxicity. Toxic effects are broadly defined to include  toxicity, mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, teratogenicity, neurotoxicity,  and immunotoxicity.  Manuscripts are evaluated for scientific content and significance  by independent reviewers and the Editors. Authors  are encouraged to recommend several qualified reviewers other  than members of the Editorial Advisory Board. 


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