- I.G. Sipes
- C.A. McQueen
- A.J. Gandolfi, Center for Toxicology, University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ 85721, USA
Scientists and students in academic, industrial and governmental settings will be major users of this work. University scientists will utilize this source as a basis for their research studies and as a reference text for teaching. Individuals in need of toxicological data in the chemical, pharmaceutical, agricultural, petroleum, biotechnical, mining and semiconductor industries will find this set to be a valuable tool as will governmental scientists, regulators, and administrators. Other potential users include those with interests in environmental and medical law as well as scientists associated with research institutes and consulting firms.
- There presently exists no such comprehensive reference collection. Information of this nature is dispersed and not readily accessed without extensive library research.
The evergrowing bulk of highly specialized books and journals dedicated to toxicology make it difficult for someone to have a high-level state-of-the-art review of all topics in current toxicology. Comprehensive Toxicology is likely to fill that gap.
(J. Descotes, Lyon, France)