Thus, the two volumes describe about 400 (sub)species with about 3000 chemicals and 1500 structures of active ingredients supported by chemical, pharmacological and toxicological data and last but not least backed by some 8000 literature citations.
What does PHATOX stand for?
PHATOX stands for Pharmacological and Toxicological (database)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
We have 2 other meanings of PHATOX in our Acronym Attic
- Party Hat (Runescape)
- Peace, Honor and Truth (anime)
- Physically Attractive
- Physically Healthy and Trim
- Plenty o' Hips And Thighs
- Pleomorphic Hyalinizing Angiectatic Tumor
- Pretty Hot and Tasty
- Pretty Hot And Tempting
- Pretty Hot and Thick
- Pretty Hot at That
- Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers Society (aka Society of Professional Hockey Equipment Managers; Rochester, MI)
- Panasonic Home Appliances Vietnam Co., Ltd. (est. 2003)
- Private Hospitals Association of Victoria (Australia)
- Pacific Health and Wellness (Redondo Beach, CA)
- Protect the Historic Amador Waterways (Jackson, CA)
- Plymouth Health Action Zone (UK)
- Professional Hunters Association of Zambia (Lusaka, Zambia)
- Bachelor of Philosophy
- Packet Handling Buffer
- Packway Handle Band
Samples in periodicals archive:
These include technologies to permit the generation of highly purified stem cells and their differentiated progeny (specialized tissue cell types) for use in genetic, pharmacological and toxicological screens.
The advantage of the new array of specific regulatory elements is manifest in the pharmacological and toxicological insights gained.
In the case of marketing authorisation the licensing authority will require the presentation of pharmacological and toxicological data and if applicable, of clinical trials.
In a rapid access, A-Z format, this ready reference contains more than 300 chemical structures of active ingredients, supported by chemical, pharmacological and toxicological data, and backed by some 8,000 literature citations.
The principles discussed are both pharmacological and toxicological, which might be applicable to phytopharmaceuticals and herbal products.
This is followed by an introduction to the all-important issue of the consequences of drug and xenobiotic metabolism, providing an initial overview of pharmacokinetic, pharmacological and toxicological consequences.
The next part examines the consequences of drug and xenobiotic metabolism in a pharmacological and toxicological perspective, with due attention paid to full activation, as is found with prodrugs, and to the worrying case of xenobiotic toxification.