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- adj. of or pertaining to toxicology
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- adj. Of or pertaining to toxicology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to toxicology.
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- adj. of or relating to toxicology
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It is doubtful whether either the facilities or the funds to carry out such procedures would be deployed for rural community projects in non-industrial countries There is, consequently, the danger that little or no long-term toxicological evaluation will be performed in these cases.
To produce a GHS-compliant data sheet, all data must be validated with available references such as toxicological studies, exposure data, and environmental regulatory databases, to name a few.
After more than 17 years of accumulated science on perchlorate harms, two EPA toxicological reviews (1998, 2002), and a lengthy review by the National Academies (2004), it is past time for EPA to take effective regulatory action to protect people’s health by preventing exposure to perchlorate.
This will be evaluated as a matter of priority by our clinical and toxicological experts and we will issue further advice if necessary.
The toxicological expertise of the specialists and consultants, supplemented by the latest medical resources, enables the Poison Control Center to appropriately manage any poisoning emergency.
"'No noteworthy risk,' says big German toxicological panel," wrote Patrick McIlheran, linking to an article I had written earlier in the week for The American about the German study.
Utilizing sound science backed by a team of nutrition and toxicological experts, the Alliance for Food and Farming will seek to provide the media, the public and various target audiences with information about the safety of fresh fruits and vegetables.
In January 1976, then Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Alexander M. Schmidt, testified before Congress that Hazleton Laboratories, under contract to Searle, had been charged with falsifying toxicological data on aspartame.
The authors suggested an initial toxicological screening for potential autism-trigger candidates using the CDC's Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry or similar data sets.
At the end of 2008, BPA had been studied by the European Food Safety Authority, and the National Toxicology Program (NTP), an interagency program with the mission to coordinate, conduct and communicate toxicological research across the U.S. government.