Newswise — The August 2020 issue of Toxicological Sciences has been released and, as always, includes exciting advances in toxicology research. In addition to pieces on genetic and epigenetic toxicology, the Society’s official journal also features investigations in environmental toxicology and neurotoxicology.
Volume 176, Issue 2, includes a Contemporary Review, offering “expert analysis of important and emerging areas in the field of toxicology.” This month’s issue explores “The Impact of Environmental Chemicals on the Gut Microbiome.”
Two Tox Spotlights also are included in the August 2020 issue:
- “Single-Cell RNA-Seq Analysis Reveals That Prenatal Arsenic Exposure Results in Long-Term, Adverse Effects on Immune Gene Expression in Response to Influenza A Infection”
- “Functional Pathway Identification with CRISPR/Cas9 Genome-Wide Gene Disruption in Human Dopaminergic Neuronal Cells following Chronic Treatment with Dieldrin”
In addition to this research, Volume 176, Issue 2, also includes pieces on biotransformation, toxicokinetics, and pharmacokinetics; developmental and reproductive toxicology; and more.