Clinical Toxicology and Xenobiotics

Clinical Toxicology involves the study of the toxicity of substances that are related to therapeutics or healthcare. It contains the interaction of various disciplines such as pharmacology, environmental toxicology, biochemistry, computational toxicology, etc. The particular field focuses on treatment techniques of patients who have been poisoned with a drug or other substance either accidentally or intentionally. The application of this is also used in forensic sciences. Toxicology studies mainly rely on xenobiotics which are substances foreign to the particular biological system such as drugs, environmental toxins, food additives, etc. Hence identification, mechanism and studying its metabolism give information on various ways to treat fatality.

  • Ecotoxicology with health perspective
  • Forensic toxicology
  • Target organ toxicity and cure
  • Xenobiotic metabolisms
  • Xenotransplantation- A futuristic view

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