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Toxicology for the Next Millennium

Edited by Edited by Robert J. Isfort (The Proctor & Gamble Company; Joshua Lederberg , The Rockefeller University)
Toxicology for the Next Millennium

Published: October 2000

Volume 919

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Advances in molecular biology and bioinformatics have yielded many concepts and techniques with direct application to laboratory and experimental toxicology. Neurotoxicologists, cancer specialists, and immunotoxicology researchers have used a range of these laboratory techniques at the cellular/organismal level and, in the new century, will advance the field on the genomic/proteomic level. Contributors describe new applications in toxocologic specialties from acute to developmental, combined with perspectives from bioinformatics and computer modeling.

This volume is out of print.