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Recently Published Articles
Review on Chronic Impacts of Carbon Monoxide Intoxication on Some Routine Vitreous and Blood Investigations
Fingerstick Plasma Drug Testing of Chronic Pain Patients: Comparison of Paired Fingerstick Plasma and Urine Specimens
A Cycle of Altered Proteasome and Reactive Oxygen Species Production in Renal Proximal Tubular Cells
Alleviating Impact of Taurine on Renal Lipid Peroxidation and Oxidative Stress in Lambda-Cyhalothrin Exposed Rat
Assessment of Cadmium, Nickel and Lead Toxicity by Using Green Algae Scenedesmus Incrassatulus and Human Cell Lines: Potential In Vitro Test-Systems for Monitoring of Heavy Metal Pollution
Interactions between Over-the-Counter and Illicit Drugs Utilizing Cytochrome P450 Metabolism: Potential for Exacerbation of Pharmacological Response
Statistical Parameters of Forensic Importance for 15 Autosomal STRs in Mestizo Population from the State of Guerrero (South Mexico)
Cadmium Induced Oxidative Stress in Wistar Rats- Ameliorative Effect of Quercetin and Embilica Officinalis Plant Extracts
Coupling Microextraction With Thin Layer Chromatography-Image Processing Analysis: A New Analytical Platform for Drug Analysis
Lambda Cyhalothrin Elicited Dose Response Toxicity on Haematological, Hepatic, Gonadal and Lipid Metabolic Biomarkers in Rat and Possible Modulatory Role of Taurine
Effects of Exposure To Cypermethrin on the Onset of Puberty and Ovarian Biomarkers in Female Prepubertal Rat: Attenuating Role of Zinc
In Vitro Cytotoxicity and Antioxidative Potential of Nostoc Microscopicum (Nostocales, Cyanobacteria)
Mycotoxin MT81 and Its Benzoylated Derivative Exhibit Potential Antisteroidogenic Activities In Prepubertal Female Wistar Rat
About the Journal
Toxicology and Forensic Medicine – Open Journal (TFMOJ) is an online open access portal encompassing all aspects related to toxicology and forensic medicine.
Toxicology is derived from the ancient Greek word “Toxicos” which means toxic or poisonous. It is the branch of medicine that deals with the harmful effects of various chemicals on living beings or other organisms.
Forensic medicine is often considered to be a subset of toxicology where knowledge of the methodologies or clinical trials of the substances is used in the investigation of a crime to examine the causes of injury or death.
Through this journal, Openventio hopes to cater to the needs of professionals in this field with concise yet descriptive information.
Aims and Scope
This journal, with its complete overview of the subject, aims to benefit individuals with identification and relevant diagnosis.
Openventio aims to encourage documentation among the ever-growing medical community to ensure that the data gets recorded and passed on for the betterment and future reference of medical.
TFMOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below
- Mechanistic toxicology
- Biomedical toxicology
- Medical examination
- DNA fingerprinting
- Poisonous effects
- Forensic pathology
- Drugs of abuse
- Performance testing
- Workplace exposure
- Confirmatory tests
Submissions for this journal are accepted from all practitioners and students of toxicology and forensic medicine, from experts in the field to novices wanting to explore the field.
The audience of TFMOJ includes detectives, investigators, researchers, doctors, nurses, research assistants, forensic pathologists, clinical examiners, law enforcement, attorneys, clinical fellows, government watchdogs, local community practitioners, manufacturers, and students of various universities and general communities from different parts of the world.
The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, review, case-report, mini-review, editorial, short-communication, book review, opinion, commentary, letter to the editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations, etc.
We are open to receive comments or corrections from experts to improve the quality of our journal.