Future Toxicology Analyses
The basic principles, assumptions, and explanations associated with the effects of chemical exposure, dosage, and toxicity at risk, as well as the importance of animal experiments in predicting chemical effects in humans, are focused on toxicology. Toxicokinetics is the term for the study of all compounds kinetics with toxic doses and limits of exposure. Recent reviews of the study indicate that significant progress should be expected in the field of pharmacokinetics and toxicokinetics to evaluate drug interactions and drug interactions with dietary drugs. As part of a non-clinical trial of pharmaceutical drugs, animal toxicology tests were performed prior to and in collaboration with human clinical research. The xenobiotic response to the toxicity test has been studied. The toxic effects of chemicals or other substances on various substances at different rates contribute to environmental hazards.
- Track 1-1 Aquatic toxicity test
- Track 2-2 Environmental toxicology and associated human health risks.
- Track 3-3 Future developments in forensic toxicology
- Track 4-4 clinical toxicology and its measures