- Author Shirley Carey
- Published February 8, 2015
- Word count 326
As a branch of biology, chemistry, as well as pharmacology, toxicology discusses the harmful results by biological, chemical, and physical agents of biological systems or the establishment of damage in living organisms. To gain better research result, it is clear that every scientist needs standard protocols so that they can have support of drug experiment.
Different Types of Toxicology Testing:
Subchronic Toxicity: Subchronic means that a study that lasts for 90 days or up to 10% of a test subject’s life span. Therefore well-designed subchronic toxicity tests are extremely vital for researchers and contain the efficient planning, design, conduct, reporting and filing through the whole experiment process.
Acute Toxicity: This toxicology introduces the adverse effects of a substance that result either from a single exposure or from multiple exposures within a short period.
Chronic Toxicity: As a property of a substance, chronic toxicology has toxic effects on a living organism. To be specific, it means that organism is exposed to the substance continuously or repeatedly in the process, and the most advanced technologies are necessary for chronic toxicity testing in order to result in a better testing result.
Accumulation Toxicity: The accumulation of drugs and their metabolic by-products in organs are toxic and thus great organ damage can be resulted.
Frequently Used Toxicity Testing Methods
According the scientist of Creative Animodel, there are two testing approaches frequently used in labs, including animal testing methods and alternative testing methods.
Animal testing methods is the classic experimental tool of toxicology testing. On the other hand, alternative testing methods in animal models remains the best method of estimating human effects.
About Creative Animodel
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