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Expression of Stress Proteins Induced by Cadmium "In Vivo" and "In Vitro" and the Search for the Protective Effect of Magnesium in In Vitro Culture

Our results show an over expression of HSP 72/73 in the liver, kidneys and testes.

Published 11 Dec, 2018


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An Insight into Effects of Pollution in Aquatic Environment through Effects of Nickel Accumulation on Catalase Activity of Clarias Gariepinus

Aquatic ecosystem is the natural habitat of fish and water pollution that directly affect underwater fish and human beings are indirectly at high risk by consuming these fish.

Published 06 Dec, 2018


Editorial

What Role Should Toxicology Play in a World Become Overloaded by Pollutants and Pathologies?

Currently, everyone knows that we live in a world of pollution and we wonder in a very pragmatic way about the known, unknown, suspected or simply considered effects between environmental pollutants, technologies, scientific advances and pathologies that we have, for half-century of the industrial era intensification.

Published 29 Oct, 2018


Review Article

Quality of Life in Relation to Hormonal Therapy in Breast Cancer Patients- an Evidence Based Review

Antihormonal treatment is currently the mainstay therapy in hormone receptor positive breast cancer patients after adjuvant chemotherapy or after surgical resection.

Published 19 Sep, 2018


Review Article

Reproductive Toxicity of Organophosphate Pesticides

In recent years, second generation of Organophosphate Pesticides (OP), due to their target specific actions and low bioaccumulation properties, have replaced the most persistent organochlorines.

Published 22 May, 2018


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Stress as a Risk Factor in Induction and Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease: Impact on the Possible Protection Using Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate and/or Diazepam

Background/Objective: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease.

Published 16 Apr, 2018


Research Article

Ventricular Arrhythmias in Patients with Acute Carbon Monoxide Poisoning are Associated with QT Dispersion

Background: Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning has a direct myocardial toxicity and arrhythmogenic potential.

Published 06 Apr, 2018


Editorial

Why Do Some Scientists Lie in the Name of Science?

The history of inventions and discoveries by the long line of scientists, tells us their stories and details.

Published 29 Jan, 2018





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