A new research journal to understand the interactions of xenobiotics with living organisms

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Since its creation in January 2011, the Journal of Xenobiotics (published by PAGEPress, Italy) is devoted to the publication of novel research articles in the fields of the occurrence and biochemical effects of xenobiotics on all living organisms. Although xenobiotics are defined firstly as compounds that are foreign to life, compounds of natural origins occuring at concentrations that are not usually found, could also be considered as foreigners since their enhanced occurrence may affect non-target organisms. In this sense, products derived from natural products are well known to have either a beneficial (natural products used as food additives and many pharmaceuticals) or detrimental (cyanotoxins) impact on the health of an organism. The journal recognizes that these compounds could be either harmful or beneficial to organisms and the interplay between these two aspects is of particular interest...

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2012-10-03
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Editorial, xenobiotics, Open Access
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Gagné, F. (2012). A new research journal to understand the interactions of xenobiotics with living organisms. Journal of Xenobiotics, 2(1), e8. https://doi.org/10.4081/xeno.2012.e8

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