Regulatory Toxicology and Issues

Regulatory toxicology can be defined as the study of the adverse effects of chemicals on humans and other living organisms. It is the study of toxic effects on plants, animals, fungi and insects. Toxicology studies are often needed by regulatory agencies to determine the adverse effects of a chemical product and to assure that it meets the standards for safety that the agency prescribes. Regulatory toxicologists impart guidance and recommendations to risk assessors, risk managers, and policy makers on matters related to human health risks from chemical and pharmaceutical substances. 

  • Acute toxicity studies
  • Rodent Testicular Toxicity
  • Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelling
  • Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)
  • Risk assessment for carnitine
  • Review of perineal talc exposure
  • Food-processing enzymes
  • Hazard assessment of germanium supplements
  • Interpreting biomonitoring results
  • Sub-chronic toxicity studies
  • Sub-acute toxicity studies
  • Carcinogenicity of inhaled vanadium pentoxide
  • Importance of laboratory accreditation
  • Guidelines for toxicity testing

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