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EXCLI J. 2012; 11: 715–742.
Published online 2012 November 9.
PMCID: PMC4920042

Key messages of recent publications in the field of toxicology

In order to address the field of tension between toxicology as well as basic and clinical sciences, we closely cooperate with our partner journal Archives of Toxicology. To give our readers a rapid overview of recent developments we have summarized the key messages of the most cited publications. For better orientation we grouped the articles into the categories inorganic compounds (Table 1(Tab. 1); References in Table 1: Wagner et al., 2010[161]; Al-Rawi et al., 2011[7]; Rodrigues et al., 2010[125]; Kim et al., 2011[74]; Yen et al., 2011[174]; Repetto et al., 2010[124]; Heng et al., 2011[63]; Gehrke et al., 2011[52]; Gibson et al., 2011[54]; Höfer et al., 2010[66]; Leppänen et al., 2011[86]; Truong et al., 2011[154]; Lin et al., 2010[91]; Nakamura et al., 2011[105]; Duydu et al., 2011[42]; Antonini et al., 2011[8]; Sun et al., 2010[146]; Lee et al., 2011[84]; Li et al., 2011[87]; Gube et al., 2011[56]; Wang et al., 2011[163]; Sumi et al., 2011[145]; Ge et al., 2011[51]; Hao et al., 2011[61]; Kim et al., 2011[75]; Shimada et al., 2011[135]; Watanabe et al., 2011[167]; Di Giusto et al., 2010[35]), toxicogenomics (Table 2(Tab. 2); References in Table 2: Shimada et al., 2010[136]; Yu et al., 2011[175]; Hanioka et al., 2011[60]; Choi et al., 2011[27]; Lee et al., 2010[82]; Billet et al., 2010[14]; Waring et al., 2010[165]; Heo et al., 2010[64]; Safarinejad et al., 2011[128]; Yamauchi et al., 2011[173]), molecular toxicology (Table 3(Tab. 3); References in Table 3: Romero et al., 2010[126]; Fang et al., 2011[48]; Park et al., 2011[118]; Posser et al., 2011[121]; Nohara et al., 2011[109]; Silva et al., 2011[140]; Chuang et al., 2011[29]; Wille et al., 2011[168]; Rubiolo et al., 2011[127]; Zhang et al., 2011[176]; Liu et al., 2011[92]; Dong et al., 2011[37]; El Hakim et al., 2011[44]; Meinerz et al., 2011[96]; Zhao et al., 2011[177]; Han et al., 2010[58]; Kretzing et al., 2011[78]; Teixeira et al., 2011[151]; Frese et al., 2011[50]; Song et al., 2011[143]; Tithof et al., 2011[152]; Moon, 2011[100]; Estrella et al., 2011[46]; Hilderbrand et al., 2011[65]), organ toxicity and mechanisms (Table 4(Tab. 4); References in Table 4: Wang et al., 2010[162]; Wang et al., 2011[164]; Jeong et al., 2010[68]; Park et al., 2011[116]; Durner et al., 2011[41]; Tripathi et al., 2010[153]; Zhao et al., 2011[178]; El-Agamy, 2010[45]; Michalowicz, 2010[97]; Ogata et al., 2010[113]; Li et al., 2011[88]; Pamies et al., 2010[115]; Bruchajzer et al., 2010[21]; Francescato et al., 2011[49]; Nakagawa et al., 2011[104]; Hara et al., 2011[62]; Gentner and Weber, 2011[53]; Joosen et al., 2011[70]; Ahuja et al., 2010[4]; Ke et al., 2010[72]; Kunwar et al., 2011[80]; Abdel-Bakky et al., 2011[1]; Cheng et al., 2011[25]; Takahashi et al., 2011[149]; Ahmad et al., 2011[3]; Vávrová et al., 2011[159]; Chattopadhyay et al., 2011[24]; Kyung et al., 2011[81]; Han et al., 2010[59]; Raulf-Heimsoth et al., 2010[123]; Costa et al., 2010[32]; O'Donnell et al., 2011[111]; Vinken et al., 2011[160]; Poon et al., 2011[120]; Liang et al., 2011[89]; Faiz et al., 2011[47]; Hammad et al., 2011[57]; Liu et al., 2011[93]; Bruchajzer, 2011[20]; Lee et al., 2011[83]; Salmela et al., 2011[129]; Carr et al., 2011[23]; Shimo et al., 2011[139]; Shimizu et al., 2011[138]; Choi et al., 2011[28]; Mizuno et al., 2011[99]; Sciullo et al., 2010[132]; Nunes et al., 2010[110]; Morinaga et al., 2010[101]), reproductive toxicology (Table 5(Tab. 5); References in Table 5: Eckardt and Stahlmann, 2010[43]; Allam et al., 2010[6]; Sun et al., 2011[147]; Ogawa et al., 2011[113]; Mukai et al., 2011[103]; Coccini et al., 2011[31]; Bode et al., 2010[15]), genotoxicity and carcinogenicity (Table 6(Tab. 6); References in Table 6: Lehmann et al., 2010[85]; Audebert et al., 2011[10]; Barcelos et al., 2011[12]; Nishimura et al., 2010[107]; Shimamoto et al., 2011;[137] Serpeloni et al., 2010[134]; Klaric et al., 2010[77]; Mizukami et al., 2010[98]; de Moura et al., 2010[33]; Dewa et al., 2011[34]; Jeong et al., 2010[69]; Anupama et al., 2010[9]; Drozdz et al., 2011[39]; Santovito et al., 2011[130]; Suzuki et al., 2010[148]; Warnasuriya et al., 2010[166]; Morita et al., 2011[102]; Williams et al., 2011[170]; Ulutas et al., 2011[156]; Williams et al., 2011[169]; Vasconcellos et al., 2010[158]; Wu et al., 2010[172]; Ueng et al., 2010[155]; Lima et al., 2010[90]; Park et al., 2011[117]; Straser et al., 2011[144]; Okabe et al., 2011[114]; Santovito et al., 2011[131]; Kumar et al., 2011[79]; Tawfeeq et al., 2011[150]; Cho et al., 2011[26]; Dimitrov et al., 2011[36]), as well as reviews and short communications (Table 7(Tab. 7); References in Table 7: Kell, 2010[73]; Pestka, 2010[119]; Adler et al., 2011[2]; Drobná et al., 2010[38]; Valdiglesias et al., 2010[157]; Mamas et al., 2011[94]; Brozmanová et al., 2010[19]; Nielsen and Wolkoff, 2010[106]; Nogueira and Rocha, 2011[108]; Baird and Dinkova-Kostova, 2011[11]; Slocum and Kensler, 2011[142]; Druwe and Vaillancourt, 2010[40]; Kirsch-Volders et al., 2011[76]; Wobus and Löser, 2011[171]; Marano et al., 2011[95]; Hoshino et al., 2011[67]; Clift et al., 2011[30]; Sinicropi et al., 2010[141]; Bosetti et al., 2010[16]; Calabrese, 2011[22]; Golka et al., 2011[55]; Karp and Caspi, 2011[71]; Bernstein et al., 2011[13]; Briguori et al., 2011[18]; Seiler et al., 2011[133]; Ahuja et al., 2010[5]; Brambilla et al., 2011[17]; Puerto et al., 2010[122]). We hope that our service facilitates the overview over recent achievements in toxicology and stimulates further reading.

Table 1
Inorganic compounds
Table 2
Table 3
Molecular toxicology
Table 4
Organ toxicity and mechanisms
Table 5
Reproductive toxicology
Table 6
Genotoxicity and carcinogenicity
Table 7
Reviews and short communications


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