Société africaine de toxicologie (SAT)
African Toxicology Society
Mar 1984, Brazzaville (Congo Brazzaville), at workshop on alimentary toxicology organized by Association of Wholly or Partially French-Language Universities (AUPELF). No recent activity reported since 1989.
Promote toxicological research and study of related questions; exchange information and scientific data; contribute to the setting of regional standards for food, medicines, cosmetics, and products for plant and environmental protection; assist in education of the public and consumer protection; organize continuing education for researchers.Available with paid subscription only.
Sections: (1) 'Fundamental toxicology', including biochemistry, cellular and genetic biology, analytical toxicology, microbiology, immunology, nutrition, chemistry. (2) 'Public health and epidemiology'. (3) 'Clinical and medico-legal questions', including anatomical pathology, physio-pathology, internal medicine, legal medicine. (4) 'Medical toxicology', including pharmacology, pharmaco-kinetics.
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