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Molecular, Clinical and Environmental Toxicology

Volume 2: Clinical Toxicology

  • Andreas Luch

Part of the Experientia Supplementum book series (EXS, volume 100)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. James S. Henkel, Michael R. Baldwin, Joseph T. Barbieri
    Pages 1-29
  3. Robert R. M. Paterson, Nelson Lima
    Pages 31-63
  4. Gian Paolo Rossini, Philipp Hess
    Pages 65-122
  5. Robert H. Poppenga
    Pages 123-175
  6. Bryan A. Hanson
    Pages 177-211
  7. Julian White
    Pages 233-291
  8. Andreas Luch
    Pages 293-315
  9. Hans H. Maurer
    Pages 317-338
  10. Christine Rauber-Lüthy, Hugo Kupferschmidt
    Pages 339-363
  11. Daniel E. Rusyniak, Anna Arroyo, Jennifer Acciani, Blake Froberg, Louise Kao, Brent Furbee
    Pages 365-396
  12. Amanda Hayes, Shahnaz Bakand
    Pages 461-488
  13. David Vearrier, John A. Curtis, Michael I. Greenberg
    Pages 489-517
  14. Ivan D. Montoya, David J. McCann
    Pages 519-541
  15. Kamil Kuča, Miroslav Pohanka
    Pages 543-558
  16. Miroslav Pohanka, Kamil Kuča
    Pages 559-578
  17. Olaf H. Drummer
    Pages 579-603
  18. Back Matter
    Pages 605-619

About this book

Introduction

Clinical Toxicology is the second volume of a three-volume set on molecular, clinical and environmental toxicology that offers a comprehensive and in-depth response to the increasing importance and abundance of chemicals of daily life. By providing intriguing insights far down to the molecular level, this three-volume work covers the entire range of modern toxicology with special emphasis on recent developments and achievements. It is written for students and professionals in medicine, science, public health or engineering who are demanding reliable information on toxic or potentially harmful agents and their adverse effects on the human body.

Keywords

chemical warfare agents chemistry drugs of abuse environment fish poisoning heavy metal pharmaceuticals research toxicology xenobiotic xenobiotics

Editors and affiliations

  • Andreas Luch
    • 1
  1. 1.Federal Institute for Risk AssessmentBerlinGermany

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