toxicology Services in New Jersey

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Environmental Toxicological

by TEA, Inc.     based in Baton Rouge, LOUISIANA (USA)

Aquatic toxicologists and wetland experts at Toxicological & Environmental Associates, Inc. (TEA) have conducted hundreds of toxicology evaluations and risk assessments for clients across the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. The nature of the work performed by TEA includes toxicological investigations in freshwater, salt water, and ...

Tox Reviews Services

by International Center for Toxicology and Medicine (ICTM)     based in Rockville, MARYLAND (USA)

ICTM is frequently asked to perform reviews of the toxicological literature for clients. As physicians and toxicologists, we are fiercely committed to the accuracy, facts, and science in the preparation of our toxicological reviews. We are devoted to serving our clients needs with the highest level of service in the most cost-effective manner.

Toxicological Assessments of Drug and Pathogens

by Risk-Based Decisions, Inc.     based in Sacramento, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Over the past decade, RBDI has assisted clients in the evaluation of specific aspects of drugs in support of new drug applications (NDAs), including toxicology, identification of target organs, mechanisms of action, enzyme inhibition, pharmacokinetics, and half-life studies.  Some of these include:

In Vitro Toxicology

by WIL Research     based in Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS

In vitro toxicity studies can be beneficial in helping to bring your pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, chemical, crop protection, food additive or animal health compound to market. We can work with you to perform a wide range of regulatory studies, including EDSP, and single-cell electrophoresis assay. 

Genetic Toxicology

by WIL Research     based in Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS

Developing and interpreting highly sensitive GLP and non-GLP assays to identify potential carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic risks requires experience, expertise and the ability to understand that every project is different. Whether you are in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, chemical, crop protection, food additive or animal health industry, ...

General Toxicology

by WIL Research     based in Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS

When you need a partner that can design, execute and analyze general toxicology studies, you need to talk to WIL Research. We tailor your study to your needs, whether they are in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, chemical, crop protection, food additive or animal health industry. We are ready to help with studies covering areas such as ...

Toxicology

by United Alliance Services Corporation     based in East Wareham, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

This course focuses on the study of poisons, their safe limits, and their adverse effects on living organisms. While the subject of toxicology is complex, it is necessary to understand the basic concepts in order to make logical decisions concerning the protection of personnel from chemical exposure. The content in this course is designed to ...

Toxicology and Chemical Risk Assessments

by ToxServices LLC.     based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

For over a decade, ToxServices has excelled at assessing and analyzing toxicological risk related to human health. ToxServices integrates the science of hazard identification, dose-response assessment, exposure assessment, quantitative risk assessment and risk management in order to assist our clientele in protecting human health.

Toxicology, Hazard and Alternatives Assessment

by NSF International Strategic Registrations, Ltd.     based in Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN (USA)

New and existing chemical policies are actively identifying chemicals of concern and restricting their use. Companies desiring to keep their products on the market will be responsible for evaluating and identifying functional alternatives that are safer for both consumers and the environment.

Exposure Modeling Services

by International Center for Toxicology and Medicine (ICTM)     based in Rockville, MARYLAND (USA)

Exposure assessment modeling is often an essential component of causation assessment. To understand what, if anything, a chemical exposure may have caused, it is necessary to have some idea of the dose.

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