Neurotoxicology in Vitro
Written by a distinguished panel of experts, students and researchers will find that this comprehensive and accessible volume provides a framework for the study of nerve cells ^in vitro^n for use in experimental neurotoxicology.
- Hardback | 304 pages
- 169.2 x 249.9 x 19.3mm | 716.69g
- 01 Jul 1999
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
1. An Introduction to the practical Applications of the New In Vitro Tests O. Flint 2. Structure, Function and Toxicity in Nervous Tissue V. Pentreath 3. Assessment of Toxicant-induced Damage T. Parker and R. Clothier 4. Toxic Cell Damage David Ray5. Endpoints and Mechanisms M. Leist, E. Reffando-May, A. Castoldi and P. Nicotera 6. The Developing In Vitro Neurotoxicology Mark Cookson 7. Functional Biochemical Indicators Mark Cookson 8. Nuclear and Cell Control J. Jiang and J Klaunig 9. Cell Contactand Cell Communication C. Atterwill and W. Purcell 10. Brain Spheroid and Other Organontypic Culture Systems in In Vitro Neurotoxicology B. Veronesi and M. Ehrich 11. Cell Culture Models of Environmental Chemical Neurotoxicity Toward the acceptance of InVitro Neurotoxicity tests M. Balls and E. Walum. Institute, USA, V. Pentreath, University of Salford, UK, T. Parker, University of Nottingham, UK, R. Clothier, University of Nottingham, UK, David Ray, Medical Research Council Toxicology Building, UK, M.Leist, University of Konstanz, Germany, E. Reffando-May, University of Konstanz, Germany, A. Castoldi, University of Konstanz, Germany, P. Nicotera, University of Konstanz, Germany, Mark Cookson, University of Newcastle, UK, J. Jiang, Indiana University,USA, J Klaunig, Indiana University, USA, C. Atterwill, Roche Discovery, Welwyn, UK, W. Purcell, University of the West of England, UK, B. Veronesi, US Environmental Protection Agency, M. Ehrich, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine,USA, M. Balls, JCR Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, Italy, E. Walum, Pharmacia & Upjohn, Sweden.