Health Disparities and COVID-19, Toxicity of E-cigarette Generated Aerosols, and More Featured in February 2021 Toxicological Sciences

Volume 192, Issue 2, of Toxicological Sciences, the Society’s official journal, is now available online and, in addition to leading research in toxicology, also contains several featured articles of interest.

First, two Tox Spotlights are included in the February issue:

Also included in this month’s issue are a Contemporary Review and Systematic Review. The Contemporary Review explores “Circular RNAs in Toxicology,” and the Systematic Review details “Development of a Range of Plausible Noncancer Toxicity Values for 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin Based on Effects on Sperm Count: Application of Systematic Review Methods and Quantitative Integration of Dose Response Using Meta-Regression.”

Finally, readers are encouraged to add to the conversation using the Comments feature of the February 2021 ToxPoint article on “Health Disparities, COVID-19, and Owning Our Share.”

For these articles and additional research—including in the areas of DART; endocrine toxicology; neurotoxicology; and molecular, biochemical, and systems toxicology—please read the February 2021 issue of ToxSci.