Dr Volker Arlt contributes to the Toxicology Research "New Talents" issue
A review by Dr Volke Arlt from the Division of Analytical & Environmental Sciences, has appeared in a ‘New Talents’ themed edition of the journal Toxicology Research.
The review, which describes the applicability of the Hepatic Reductase Null (HRN) and Reductase Conditional Null (RCN) mouse models to study carcinogen metabolism, appears alongside other articles aimed at showcasing the research of outstanding young investigators.
The issue of Toxicology Research, which is a compilation of some of the research being conducted by promising new talent across the globe, includes a range of toxicological science which is as diverse as the home institutions of the authors, with articles submitted from around the world. The breadth of toxicology research compiled in this single issue is testimony to the health of our science and emphasises many of the toxicology challenges and questions we face in our global society.
You can read Dr Arlt’s review entitled ‘The Heptatic Reductase Null (HRN™) and Reductase Conditional Null (RCN) mouse models as suitable tools to study metabolism, toxicity and carcinogenicity of environmental pollutants’ here.