Computational and Applied Toxicology
Computational toxicology relates the application of
numerous mathematical and computer models to find effects and recognize the
cascade of events. Sometimes referred to as mode or mechanism of action that
result in an harmful response. Toxicology in which systematic principles and
procedures are utilized, usually in combination with other scientific or
technological disciplines, for some purpose, such as to determine the
physiological effect or safety of an administered product is termed as Applied Toxicology.