Immunotoxicology

Immunotoxicology is the study of immune disfunction ensuing from exposure of an organism to xenobiotic agents. The immune disfunction might take the shape of immunological disorder or instead, allergy, pathology or any variety of inflammatory-based diseases and pathologies. Within the non-adult (embryo, fetus, neonate, juvenile, adolescent) this study is named as developmental Immunotoxicology (commonly abbreviated as DIT). for many toxicants examined up to now, the developing system exhibits a heightened sensitivity compared with that of an adult. For this reason, dit screening has applications to human, animal and life health protection. Immunotoxicological responses typically result in extreme health conditions, as we all know it's associate immunodisfunction problem it becomes fatal. totally different|completely different} individuals offer different sort of response to an exact drug because it gets interacted with their system. Some individuals show hypersensitivity to a selected drug.

  • Track 1-1 Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics
  • Track 2-2 Ethical and legal problems
  • Track 3-3 Drug screening and discovery
  • Track 4-4 Drug-drug interactions
  • Track 5-5 Pharmacovigilance

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