RSC Books at Society of Toxicology Expo

Come and meet us at the SOT Annual Meeting Expo in San Diego from March 22–26th (booth #2143)!

Email us if you are attending and would like to arrange a meeting.

We will have a range of textbooks, books from the Issues in Toxicology Series and other titles on display and for you to browse and purchase at a 30% discount. Rowan Frame, Books Commissioning Editor, and Jen Griffiths, Editorial Development Manager, will be on hand to answer your questions about books, Toxicology Research, and other journals.


Toxicology Research have collated some of their hottest papers.

These papers are free to access until 31st March – we do hope that you enjoy reading them. Click here to see the collection.


Recently published books in the Issues in Toxicology Series:

You can read the first chapter for free through your Personal RSC Publishing Account

Manganese in Health and Disease Manganese in Health and Disease
Lucio Costa (Editor), Michael Aschner (Editor), ISBN: 978-1-84973-943-6

The book comprehensively covers the toxicology of manganese. Leading investigators provide perspectives from toxicology, neuroscience, nutrition, molecular biology and risk assessment disciplines and  chapters cover  the toxicokinetics, toxicodynamic interactions and health effects of manganese, as well as its potential role in neurodegenerative diseases.


Metabolic Profiling: Disease and Xenobiotics
Martin Grootveld (Editor)

Multivariate analysis of the multi-component analytical profiles of carefully collected biofluid and/or tissue biopsy specimens can provide a ‘fingerprint’ of their biomolecular/metabolic status. This exemplary new book highlights applications of these techniques in the areas of drug therapy and toxicology, cancer, obesity and diabetes, as well as outlining applications to

cardiovascular, infectious, inflammatory and oral diseases in detail.

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