Genetic Toxicology

The study of genetic damage which results in the alteration to heritable information is known as genetic toxicology. Genetic toxicology also studies the agents responsible for the genotoxicity along with the mechanisms responsible for cellular damage. Genotoxicity is very common chemical property and is defined as “the dose makes the poison”. Although we are exposed to different radiations and other environmental genotoxins, we have effective cellular mechanisms which are the outcome of evolution that diminish the harmful effects. Cellular mechanisms help in the repairing or elimination of the damaged cells.

 

  • Genotoxic Chemotheraphy
  • Genotoxicity Assesment
  • Genotoxic Prediction
  • Defense Toxicology
  • Stem Cells and Applications

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