Copper-Induced Upregulation of microRNAs; ahr2 and Cardiotoxicity; and Natural Killer Cells Explored in July 2019 ToxSci
Issue Also Contains Papers on the Proarrhythmic Potential of Drugs and Assessing a Mechanism of Drug-Induced Liver Toxicity
Newswise — In his inaugural editorial, new Toxicological Sciences Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey M. Peters shares that his goal for the journal—similar to that of his predecessors—“is to increase the stature, reputation, and recognition of the journal in the scientific community.” To that end, the July 2019 issue of Toxicological Sciences features research representing the broad spectrum of work occurring in toxicology.
- EDITORIAL “Continuing a Legacy: Adapting to Ensure the Bright Future of ToxSci” (Free to Read)
- CONTEMPORARY REVIEW “Sulfane Sulfur in Toxicology: A Novel Defense System Against Electrophilic Stress” (Free to Read)
- CONTEMPORARY REVIEW “Current Concepts in Natural Killer Cell Biology and Application to Drug Safety Assessments” (Free to Read)
- FORUM ARTICLE “Society of Toxicology Develops Learning Framework for Undergraduate Toxicology Courses Following the Vision and Change Core Concepts Model”
- TOX SPOTLIGHT “ahr2, But Not ahr1a or ahr1b, Is Required for Craniofacial and Fin Development and TCDD-Dependent Cardiotoxicity in Zebrafish”
- TOX SPOTLIGHT “Copper-Induced Upregulation of MicroRNAs Directs the Suppression of Endothelial LRP1 in Alzheimer’s Disease Model”
- TOX SPOTLIGHT “Assessment of Proarrhythmic Potential of Drugs in Optogenetically Paced Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes”
- TOX SPOTLIGHT “Use of a Bile Salt Export Pump Knockdown Rat Susceptibility Model to Interrogate Mechanism of Drug-Induced Liver Toxicity”
Toxicological Sciences is the official journal of the Society of Toxicology (SOT), a professional and scholarly organization of more than 7,800 scientists from academic institutions, government, and industry representing the great variety of individuals who practice toxicology in more than 60 countries around the world.