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Book Review: Toxicologic Pathology, Nonclinical Safety Assessment

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Various chemicals are used as foods, personal care products and prescription drugs... In general, the goal of toxicologic pathologists is to understand both what the effects of these chemicals and new candidate drugs recent years... Also, for regulatory scientists and basic researchers involved in drug safety The first section includes eight chapters for pathologists in areas that are important for effective interaction with many non-pathologists involved in drug development: pathology including the biomarkers and/or relevance of chemical-induced lesions to humans... Also, it has been crafted to assist students and residents by serving as a resource that can effectively be used options available to readers for this textbook, such as the hardback version, ebook version toxicologic pathologists and indeed, anyone involved in generating, interpreting or reviewing for toxicologic pathologists, toxicologists and regulators working with drug and other chemical safety in Japan.

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Mentions: Various chemicals are used as foods, personal care products and prescription drugs. Theeffects of many of these chemicals on our health have not been clear, yet we may be exposed tothem while manufacturing, using and disposing of them. In general, the goal of toxicologicpathologists is to understand both what the effects of these chemicals and new candidate drugsare and at what levels of exposure they may become hazardous to humans. Recently, some bookshave been published on the subjects of preclinical histopathology and toxicology, but nonehave been like the new book edited by Drs. Sahota, Popp, Hardisty and Gopinath (Fig. 1Fig. 1.). These editors have contributed to the academicareas of toxicology and toxicologic pathology for many years. Many scientists must know themand collaborate with them in this field worldwide. It could be said that this is the mostpractical textbook directly available for toxicological research that has been published inrecent years. Also, for regulatory scientists and basic researchers involved in drug safetyevaluation in government and academic areas, this book will provide valuable information totheir work.


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Mentions: Various chemicals are used as foods, personal care products and prescription drugs. Theeffects of many of these chemicals on our health have not been clear, yet we may be exposed tothem while manufacturing, using and disposing of them. In general, the goal of toxicologicpathologists is to understand both what the effects of these chemicals and new candidate drugsare and at what levels of exposure they may become hazardous to humans. Recently, some bookshave been published on the subjects of preclinical histopathology and toxicology, but nonehave been like the new book edited by Drs. Sahota, Popp, Hardisty and Gopinath (Fig. 1Fig. 1.). These editors have contributed to the academicareas of toxicology and toxicologic pathology for many years. Many scientists must know themand collaborate with them in this field worldwide. It could be said that this is the mostpractical textbook directly available for toxicological research that has been published inrecent years. Also, for regulatory scientists and basic researchers involved in drug safetyevaluation in government and academic areas, this book will provide valuable information totheir work.

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Various chemicals are used as foods, personal care products and prescription drugs... In general, the goal of toxicologic pathologists is to understand both what the effects of these chemicals and new candidate drugs recent years... Also, for regulatory scientists and basic researchers involved in drug safety The first section includes eight chapters for pathologists in areas that are important for effective interaction with many non-pathologists involved in drug development: pathology including the biomarkers and/or relevance of chemical-induced lesions to humans... Also, it has been crafted to assist students and residents by serving as a resource that can effectively be used options available to readers for this textbook, such as the hardback version, ebook version toxicologic pathologists and indeed, anyone involved in generating, interpreting or reviewing for toxicologic pathologists, toxicologists and regulators working with drug and other chemical safety in Japan.

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