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Toxalim organizes, under the label ESOF 2018, a symposium on sexual dimorphism and its implications in toxicology and health
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NEWPOM

NEWPOM : Pesticides in apple orchards. From exposure measurement to impact assessment

Newpom is a research-businesses partnership project co-funded by the Occitanie Region whose main objective is to compare the levels of exposure to...
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A new step has been taken in the understanding of the mechanisms of regulation of the hepatic hormone FGF21 which has various metabolic effects and...
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Microbiote and food contaminants

Microbiote and food contaminants: mycotoxin amplifies the genotoxic action of intestinal bacteria

Researchers from INRA Toxalim and their partners have studied the consequences of the simultaneous presence in the intestine of a certain group of...
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Toxalim participates in PROTECTED, a European Innovative Training Network against Endocrine Disruptors

The ITN PROTECTED aims to develop expertise and protective capabilities against Endocrine Disruptors.
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A study conducted by Toxalim researchers identified a hazard associated with the absorption of a common food additive, E171, containing 45% TiO2...
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Avermectins: man and animal, it's the same fight ...

The Nobel Prize 2015 for Medicine, awarded for the development of antiparasitic drugs, recalls the major human health challenge of fighting against...
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