Physical Therapy School Listings Home            

 Schools Feedback Feedback

 Schools Feedback
Site Search

Toxicology Listings
Toxicology Careers
Toxicology Schools Examination
Toxicology Free Course 1
Toxicology Free Course 2
Toxicology Free Course 3
Toxicology Schools FAQs
Toxicology Schools Reference Books
Anatomy Top Schools/School Rankings

The smallest subunit of a chromosome that contains a genetic message.
The highly vascular structure in the kidney where much of the fluid portion of the blood (serum) is filtered and passes into the kidney tubules, carrying with it toxins and many other materials present in the serum.
Glomerular filtration
The first step in urine formation in which blood enters the vascularized glomerulus where water and small molecules are forced by hydrostatic pressure across the glomerular filter and into the filtrate of the Bowman's capsule of the renal tubule.
The process of adding glucuronide to a toxicant or Phase I metabolite during Phase II biotransformation.
A glycosidic compound of glucuronic acid.  Generally inactive.  Constitutes the major portion of some metabolites.
The tripeptide glutamyl-cysteinyl-glycine.  It is found in most tissue, especially the liver.  It plays a major role in detoxication and cellular protection.
Our Network Of Sites:
Apply 4               |  |  |
Anatomy                 | Anesthesiology  | Architecture | Audiology
Cardiology            | Dermatology | Epidemiology | Gastroenterology
Hematology             | Immunology  | Kinesiology   | Language
Music                   | Nephrology | Neurology | Neurosurgery
Obstetrics              | Oncology | Ophthalmology | Orthopedics
Osteopathy             | Otolaryngology | Pathology  | Pediatrics
Physical Therapy  | Plastic Surgery | Podiatry  | Psychiatry
Pulmonary  | Radiology | Sports Medicine | Surgery
Toxicology  | US Law | US Med | US Dental

Copyright © 2000-2011 Toxicology Schools, All Right Reserved. | Site Map | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer