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Finland

Anttonen H. and Pääkkönen R. 2010. Risk assessment in Finland: theory and practice. Safety, Health & Work 1(1):1-10.

Komulainen H. 2003. Online information sources of toxicology in Finland. Toxicology. 190(1-2):15-21.

France

Bertomeu-Sánchez J.R. 2014. Classrooms, salons, academies, and courts: Mateu Orfila (1787–1853) and Nineteenth-Century French Toxicology. Ambix. 61(2):162-186.

Claude J.R. and Guittin P. 1999. [Education and role of the toxicologist. Therapie. 54(4):471-8. French.

Deveaux M., et al. 2000. The hair analysis proficiency testing program of the French Society of Analytical Toxicology. Forensic Science International. 107(1):389-394.

Dor F., et al. 2009. The French approach to deriving toxicity reference values: an example using reprotoxic effects. Regulatory Toxicology & Pharmacology. 55(3):353-360.

Mandin C., et al. 2009. Development of French indoor air quality guidelines. CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water. 37(6):494-499.

Picard H. 1956. [Industrial hygiene in France]. Zentralbl Arbeitsmed. 3:35-42. German.

Villa A., et al. 2008. [Poison episodes reported to French poison control centers in 2006]. La Revue du Praticien. 58(8):825-831. French.

Germany

Daldrup Th. and Klug E. 2004. 100 years of toxicology in the German Society of Legal Medicine. Forensic Science International. 144(2):215-220.

Desel H. and Kahl R. 2004. Toxicologic information on the Web. Addresses, files and databases from official organizations in Germany]. Bundesgesundheitsblatt Gesundheitsforschung Gesundheitsschutz. 47(3):291-5. German.

Golka K., et al. 2008. Environmental toxicology in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany: interdisciplinary research activities in toxicology, statistics, hygiene and medicine. Archives of Toxicology. 82(3):199-202.

Kahl R. and Desel H. 2003. Germany: toxicology information on the world wide web. Toxicology. 190(1-2):23-33.

Kyriss T. and Schneider N.K. 2012. Is passive smoking carcinogenic? German toxicologists and their line with the tobacco industry [article in German]. Neuere Med Wiss Quellen Stud. 22:113-123.

Lehnert G. and Wrbitzky R. 1997. Occupational health in Germany and other countries of the European Union. International Journal of Occupational Medicine & Environmental Health. 11(1):9-18.

Rühl R. et al. 2002. The development of process-specific risk assessment and control in Germany. Annals of Occupational Hygiene. 46:119-25.

Seidel H.J. 2002. Environmental medicine in Germany—a review. Environmental Health Perspectives. 110(S1):113-8.

Spielmann H., et al. 2008. Successful validation of in vitro methods in toxicology by ZEBET, the National Centre for Alternatives in Germany at the BfR (Federal Institute for Risk Assessment). Experimental & Toxicologic Pathology. 60(2):225-233.

Wilsdorf G. and Graf G. 1998. Historical review of development of veterinary toxicology in Berlin from 1790-1945 [article in German]. Berl. Munch. Tierarztl Wochesnschr. 111(1):21-6.

Wrbitzky R., et al. 1994. The present state of occupational and environmental medicine in Germany. International Archives of Occupational & Environmental Health. 66(5):289-294.

Hong Kong

Tsin T.W. 2006. The development and implantation of occupational exposure limits in Hong Kong. Regulatory Toxicology & Pharmacology. 46(2):114-9.

Hungary


India

Bhalla A. 2015. Toxicology at crossroads in India. Journal of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Science. 20(1):3.

Dewan A. 2011. Medical toxicology: Need for recognition as a subspecialty. Indian Journal of Pharmacology. 43(1):1.

Dhingra V., et al. 2010. Emerging issues of concern to the Indian forensic toxicologists with special reference to drugs of abuse. International Journal of Medical Toxicology & Legal Medicine. 13(2):61-66.

Flora S.J. 2008. Status of toxicological research in India. Chemical Research in Toxicology. 21(7):1317-9.

Garg S.P. 2006. A Preliminary study of knowledge and attitude of medical teachers/professionals towards status of medical toxicology in the Indian Medical Curriculum. Journal of the Indian Society of Toxicology. 2(1).

Gorea R.K. 2008. Current Problems of Toxicology in India. Journal of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. 8(1).

Kaur H. and Gupta B.M. 2013. Indian contribution in pharmacology, toxicology, and pharmaceutics during 1998-2007: a scientometric analysis.  Collnet Journal of Scientometrics & Information Management. 3(1):1-9.

Pillay V.V. 2005. Speaking for myself: toxicology: an ignored specialty? National Medical Journal of India 18(2).

Pillay V.V. 2014. JIST: Time to Hand Over the Baton. Journal of the Indian Society of Toxicology. 10(2).

Murti C.R. 1982. The Industrial Toxicology Research Centre, Lucknow, India. Environmental Conservation. 9(1):57-58.

Iran

Biglu M.H. and Omidi Y. 2010. Scientific profile of pharmacology, toxicology and pharmaceutics fields in Middle East countries: impacts of Iranian scientists. International Journal of Advances in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2010(1):122-127.

Delirrad M., et al. 2013. A bibliometric analysis of toxicology publications of Iran and

Turkey in ISI web of science. Iranian Journal of Toxicology. 6(19):735-745.

Mehrpour O. and Abdollahi M. 2012. Poison treatment centers in Iran. Human & Experimental Toxicology. 31(3):303-304.

Iraq

Ireland

Chambers C.M. 1997. The first ten years are the worst: a brief history of the Irish Society of Toxicology. Biology & Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. 97B (1):91.

Tormey W.P. 2013. Proposing and developing a National Institute for Forensic Toxicology in Ireland—transformation through education. Springer Plus 2:360.

Tormey W.P. and Moore T. 2013. Poisonings and clinical toxicology: a template for Ireland. Irish Journal of Medical Science. 182(1):17-23.

Tormey W. P., et al. 2014. Fault lines in forensic medical toxicology in Ireland exposed through replies of pathologists and coroners to anonymous questionnaires. SpringerPlus. 3(1):1-4.

Israel

Ribak J., et al. 1997. Occupational health in Israel. International Archives of Occupational & Environmental Health. 70(2):73-76.

Italy

Franco G. 1995. The present state of occupational and environmental medicine in Italy. International Archives of Occupational & Environmental Health. 67(6):353-358.

Preziosi P., et al. 2003. Information resources in toxicology—Italy. Toxicology. 190(1-2):35-54.

Preziosi P. and Minotti G. 2008. Beyond poisons and problems: Toxicology in Italy. Chemical Research in Toxicology. 21(4):771-774.

Reich M.R. and Goldman R.H. 1984. Italian occupational health: concepts, conflicts, implications. AJPH. 74(9):1031-41.

Vigliani E.C. 1956 [Industrial hygiene in Italy]. Zentralbl Arbeitsmed. 3:23-9. German.

Japan

Akahori F. and Shintani S. 1994. The status and future of toxicology in Japan and the Pacific rim. Veterinary & Human Toxicology. 36(2):144-51.

Hayashi M., et al. 1991. A fact database for toxicological data at the National Institute of Hygienic Sciences, Japan. Environmental Health Perspectives. 96:57-60.

Konishi Y., et al. 2011. Foundation and progress of Japanese Society of Toxicologic Pathology. Journal of Toxicologic Pathology. 24(1):1-7.

Kubota S. 1978. [Historical notes on the Japan Association of Industrial Health]. Sangyo Igaku. Japanese Journal of Industrial Health 21:1-7.

Okubo T. 1996. Practice of TDM and toxicology in Japan-Analytical methods for drugs and poisons. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring. 18(3):319.

Okubo T. 1997. The present state of occupational health in Japan. International archives of Occupational & Environmental Health. 70(3):148-152.

Suzuki O., et al. 2000. Situations of poisoning and analytical toxicology in Japan. Forensic Science International. 113(1):331-338.

Takahashi K. and Higashi T. 2006. The development and regulation of occupational exposure limits in Japan. Regulatory Toxicology & Pharmacology. 46(2):120-5.

Takemi T. and Okinaka S. 1965. [Environmental medicine in Japan]. Nihon Ishiaki Zasshi. 53:283-6.

Tsuda S. 1998. Recent situation and future perspective of the certification of toxicologist in japan. Journal of Toxicological Sciences. 23(S2):278-9.

Uehara T., et al. 2010. The Japanese toxicogenomics project: application of toxicogenomics. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research. 54(2):218-27.

Yamamoto Y. 2000. [Current status and role of the Japanese Association of Clinical Toxicology]. Nihon Geka Gakkai Zasshi. 101(11):763-6. Japanese.

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