Economic and Regulatory Toxicology

Toxicology studies are frequently required by regulatory agencies to state the adverse effects of a chemical product and to guarantee that it meets the standards for safety that the agency prescribes. Regulatory toxicologists impart guidance and recommendations to risk assessors, risk managers, and policy makers on matters associated to human health risks from chemical and pharmaceutical substances. Regulatory toxicology comprises the study of toxicity profile that is compared with other known toxicants. They then establish standards for allowable limits that are consistent with other agents and with similar effects. Regulatory toxicology works as the major centre for laws that limit exposures for people and environment.

The Economic toxicology refers to the harmful impact engaged with the utilization of food additives in food preservation and processing, man-made fertilizers and pesticides in advanced agriculture. Poisoning accidentally or occupationally which is so common in the use of synthetic insecticides and the adulteration of food stuffs by these toxic chemicals are areas of attention in economic toxicology. Regulatory Toxicology is the field deals with toxicological studies which are accomplished as per the content and characteristics prescribed by regulatory agencies. Regulatory toxicology is the interpretation of laboratory testing data into policies regarding the applications and uses of chemicals in society and the limits of allowable exposure in various settings

  • Bioremediation
  • Foodborne illness
  • Molecular toxicology
  • Toxicity of pesticides
  • Toxicity of pesticides
  • Acute and Chronic toxicity
  • Genetically modified food
  • Genetic toxicity
  • Local or systemic toxicity

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