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U OF GTOX 2000Aaron WithamFall

TOX 2000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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U OF GTOX 2000Aaron WithamFall

TOX 2000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Xenobiotic, Pharmacodynamics, Toxicant

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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Teratology, Thalidomide, Macular Degeneration

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Developmental toxicology encompasses the study of developmental exposures, pharmacokinetics, mechanisms, pathogenesis, and outcomes potentially leading
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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Endocrine Disruptor, Testicular Cancer, Alkylphenol

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Stages of reproduction and development: (i) (ii) (iii) During early human development, there is a short period immediately prior to sexual differentiat
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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Myelin Basic Protein, Autonomic Nervous System, Neurofilament

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Neurotoxicants and toxins have been extensively studied because of their toxic effects on humans and their utility in the study of the nervous system.
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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hematopoietic Stem Cell, Innate Lymphoid Cell, Innate Immune System

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Lecture 15 & 16 | immune system toxicology. Immunotoxicology can be most simply defined as the study of adverse effects on the immune system resulting
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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Xenobiotic, Red Blood Cell, Hemostasis

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Hematotoxicology is the study of adverse effects of drugs, nontherapeutic chemicals, and other chemicals in our environment on blood and blood-forming
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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Missense Mutation, Arteriole, Ciprofloxacin

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Cardiovascular toxicology is concerned with the adverse effects of extrinsic and intrinsic stresses on the heart and vascular system. Extrinsic stress
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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neomycin, Transplant Rejection, Necrosis

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The functional integrity of the mammalian kidney is vital to total body homeostasis because the kidney plays a principal role in the excretion of metab
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U OF GTOX 4000Craig BaileyFall

TOX 4000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chlorpromazine, Common Bile Duct, Liver Transplantation

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The liver is the main organ where exogenous chemicals are metabolized and eventually excreted. As a consequence, liver cells are exposed to significant
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U OF GTOX 2000Nigel BunceFall

TOX 2000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Heterocyclic Compound, Spinach, Nicotine

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All chemicals either natural or man-made have the capacity to be toxic at high enough concentrations. Many species of plants, animals and bacteria have
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U OF GTOX 2000Aaron WithamFall

TOX 2000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Biotransformation, Placenta, Phenobarbital

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Toxicant any substance that causes an adverse biological effect, toxic response. Drug- pharmacological effect (use toxic effect for benefit ex. chemoth
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