Immunotoxicology

Immunotoxicology is the investigation of the undesired tweak of the safe framework by extraneous elements. Toxicological evaluations have exhibited that the invulnerable framework is an objective after introduction to an assorted gathering of xenobiotics including bright radiation, concoction poisons, therapeutics, and recreational medications. Nonetheless, since xenobiotics may have consequences for in excess of one part of invulnerable capacity, immunotoxicity information ought to be assessed independently for confirmation of concealment, incitement, extreme touchiness, and autoimmunity.

Significant progress has occurred in the fields of basic and clinical immunology over the past 15 years, leading to the establishment and validation of sensitive methods for assessing immune system changes in humans as well as laboratory animals. Concern over the potential toxic effects of chemicals and certain drugs on the immune system prompted the application of these methods to assess the safety evaluation of the immune system and the establishment of the subdiscipline of immunotoxicology within toxicology. 

 

  • Immune Dysfunction
  • Immunosuppression
  • Developmental Immunotoxicology (DIT)
  • Homeostasis
  • Autoimmunity
  • Antibody-dependent Cell-Mediated Cytotoxicity

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