With the new toxicology journal from the RSC well underway, it is time to announce that Issue 4 is now here and free to access.
Even without posting about it, the new issue would be hard to miss with a cover image Andy Warhol would have been proud of. In homage to the painter of “hamburger” and “soup cans” I am simply calling it “rats”.
This delightfully colourful image was provided by Dr Will Redfern to demonstrate his work on repeat dose toxicity. The paper demonstrates how value adding functional data can be gathered without the need for additional animals. This topic will be of great interest to many researchers regardless of discipline.
For the more squeamish amongst you, don’t worry, this issues focuses on more than just rats and replication. If rodents aren’t your thing why not read the article on PM25 – induced inflammatory lung disease or a potential mechanism for liver injury due to alcohol consumption and hyperglycaemia.
Issue 4 and the previous issues can be reached here and all articles published in 2012 and 2013 are free to access.
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