An over view of toxicogenomic: Principles and application
Received: 21-Sep-2021 Accepted Date: Oct 04, 2021; Published: 11-Oct-2021
Citation: Smith M. An over view of toxicogenomic: Principles and application. Clin Pharmacol Toxicol Res 2021;4(5):4.
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Toxicogenomics is a part of toxicology which applies a few genomic examination strategies to decide how synthetic substances, both natural and drug specialists, respond on human and environmental health. Toxicogenomic can give an amazing method for recognizing atomic change in a creature before obvious indication of harmfulness or illnesses are available.
Toxicogenomic; Genomes; Proteomics
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