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  • Impact of Textile Effluents on Different Components of Environment    By: Dr. Indu Chopra

    Textile industry is one of the oldest industries in India. The effluent s generated from the industry is contaminating environment. The article outlines about the waste generated by the industry and their impact on different environmental components including agriculture. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Arsenic Speciation Analysis using High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry    By: Dr. Suresh Kaushik

    Speciation is the analytical activity of identifying and/or measuring in a sample the quantity of one or more individual chemical species. Arsenic has different toxicological properties dependent upon both its oxidation state for inorganic compounds as well as the different toxicity levels exhibited for organic arsenic compounds. HPLC is the technique of choice in modern speciation analyses due to their resolution and the ease with which they are coupled to ICP-MS, allowing for on-line separation and detection. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Melamine - An Overview of its Toxicity    By: Divya Narayan

    Melamine cyanurate is the main cause for the toxicity of melamine. When melamine cyanurate is ingested through food or through contaminated plastic utensils, it is circulated throughout the body. Melamine cyanurate cannot be broken down by any cellular enzymes. Therefore, it remains static and unmetabolized inside the body. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Therapeutic Applications of Animal Venom    By: Divya Narayan

    Animal venom is the source for a large variety of therapeutic drugs despite its potent lethality. Animal venoms are a hugely untapped source of potential therapies against a wide variety of pathological conditions such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disorders, etc >> Category: Toxicology
  • Arsenic Resistance in Bacteria    By: Online Authors

    The article is about the ARS operon which is responsible for Arsenic resistance in microorganism. Author: Dr. Neeta Bhagat >> Category: Toxicology
  • Important Ways CNAs Ensure That the Elderly With Joint    By: Merlin Men

    The actual role associated with CNAs (Certified Medical Assistants) in the breastfeeding care of seniors is a essential one. CNAs are on inside the top path of patient care in assisted living and long-term care amenities. >> Category: Toxicology
  • You and Your Baby When You Are 26 Weeks Pregnant    By: Carmen Verdi

    When you 19 weeks pregnant, it's any time when the little fetus increasing inside anyone has commenced putting some fat. This is often a time while every mum is excited about the changes taking place inside your ex body. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Understanding Mycotoxins | What are Aflatoxins?    By: Shivika Bhatnagar

    Mycotoxins are the toxic substances produced by the fungi on food materials. Aflatoxins are highly oxygenated heterocyclic compounds. Mycotoxins are 'secondary metabolites'. Some of these cause very severe effects on animal, plant and microbial systems. These include aflatoxins, ochratoxins, sterigmatocystin, citrinin, patulin, rubratoxin, zearalenone and trichothecens and are produced by the different species of Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Fusarium. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxic Effects of Algal Blooms    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Algae are phytoplanktons and principle producer organisms of marine, estuarine and freshwater ecosystems. Their normal growth and photosynthetic ability support the life of many aquatic flora and fauna species. Algal bloom represent over growth of algae followed by accumulation of algal population on surface waters. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxic Fibers and Fabrics    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Clothing made from natural fibers like silk or cotton is traditional, ecofriendly and not harmful to wear by any means but synthetic or manmade fibers such as polyester, nylon and rayon have been found responsible for several negative effects on health and environment. Chemicals used in the manufacture of synthetic dyes are found to be main culprits. They have been linked to immunity damage, cancer, hormonal dysfunction and behavioral problems. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxicology of Mushrooms    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Mushrooms are consumed for their nutrient richness such as all essential minerals, vitamins like thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, D2 or ergosterol; source of Se, Na, Zn, Ca, K and P; they are low calorie food with less fat and carbohydrate content. Some important genera of edible mushrooms are: Agaricus bisporus, Amanita cesarea, Laetiporus sulphureus, Coprinus comatus, Volvariella volvacea and Chanterella spp. But some mushrooms are deadly poisonous. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Deadly and Toxic Reptiles, Amphibians and Arachnids    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    We are aware of venomous creatures like snakes, spiders and frogs. The important species and nature and effect of their toxins are described in this article. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxic Effects of Food Preservatives    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Preservatives are chemical compounds that have fungistatic, bacteriostatic, antimicrobicidal or antioxidant properties. They are added to raw, processed foods like vegetables, fruit juices, confectioneries, bakery products, poultry, fish and meat products to inhibit souring, spoilage or growth of contaminants like bacteria, fungi, yeasts or molds. They are essential to prevent certain physicochemical changes in food such as browning, rancidity and also to maintain determined shelf life of the product. Preservatives also reduce destruction of amino acids and vitamins present in the food upto some extent. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxicology of Personal Care Products    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    We all love make-up to look beautiful, smart and highlight our personality. Various types of cosmetics or personal care products have always provided essential aid for self grooming of women, men, children and even pet animals... >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxicology of Sugar and Salt    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Imagine our diet without sugar and salt, is it possible? It is impossible to have food without sugar and salt. We use several forms of sugar such as honey, jaggery, syrups, fruit juices, sweetmeats, caramel, candies, chocolates and cakes. Medicines are sugar coated which would otherwise have been unpalatable. Salted grains, cashews, pistachio, peanuts, biscuits and chips are everyone's favorite. Our tongue has special receptors to detect basic sweet and salty tastes. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Comparative Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and Automobile Exhaust    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Cigarette smoke contains approximately 5000 chemical compounds and at least 90 of them are known carcinogens. It is complex mixture of ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile, benzene, acetaldehyde, arsenic compounds, ammonia, formaldehyde, beryllium, furan, sulfur compounds, nitrogen oxides, isoprene, hydrazine, lead, nitromethane, carbon monoxide, polonium, tar, toluidine, vinyl chloride, N-nitroso derivatives like nitrosoorcinicotine and 50 different polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxicology: Its Introduction and Forensic Toxicology    By: Muniba Safdar

    what is toxicology? what are its sub-disciplines? Toxicology is a division of chemistry, medicine, and biology. It is basically concerned with the study of hostile effects of chemical materials or substances, symptoms, treatments, mechanism, detection of poisoning of animals specifically the poisoning of human being. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Pharmacology Bits: ASPIRIN    By: Zandro Cabaral

    Aspirin is the widely used NSAIDS in the world. Do you know that there are some adverse effects about the drug? Do you know what drugs interact with Aspirin? >> Category: Toxicology
  • Career as a Toxicologist    By: Amna Adnan

    Toxicology is the branch of science which deals with the chemicals, toxins and other poisonous substances. The job of a toxicologist can be in the research sector, pharmaceutical companies or government sectors. >> Category: Toxicology
  • Toxicology and Its Types    By: bluemoon silverstars

    Toxicology deals with all types of chemical substances which effect the living organisms. It has various types such as ecotoxicology, aquatic toxicology, environmental toxicology etc. >> Category: Toxicology




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