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Predictive Environmental Toxicology
The prediction of chemicals and toxicants that are present in the environment is defined as predictive environmental toxicology. The pollutants should be predicted before they get affected to the living organisms. Predictive Environmental Toxicology Journals deals with the Toxicology in the Environment and its prediction.
The art of the identifying the unexpected can be defined as the toxicology.
The risk analysis of toxicology mainly involves the human health risk assessment based on the data obtained from non-clinical animal models and related physicochemical properties.
Predictive toxicology relates to new approaches capable of revolutionizing toxicology building on scientific advancements in the cellular, molecular and computational sciences.
Predictive toxicology is worried with the advancement of new non-animal tests that don't just copy existing animal tests yet which give another logical premise to safety testing. It reflects an ideal shift away from side effects observed in experimental animals, which sometimes at higher doses for analyzing chronic exposure effects to low concentrations.
Predictive toxicology offers the possibility to decrease the use of animals and encourage the progressing 3R activities (Replacement, Refinement and Reduction).