We have been really happy to contribute to a number of chapters in an important new book edited by Dr. Andrew Teasdale: “Mutagenic Impurities: Strategies for Identification and Control”1

This will be an essential read for students and professionals in the field of genotoxic impurities (GTIs) assessment covering topics including a history of the regulatory guidelines, a detailed examination of the use of in silico models, an examination of mutagenic and carcinogenic potential of widely used reagents, issues related to N-nitrosamines, and other topics related to the toxicological and analytic assessment of GTIs.

Congratulations to Andrew for pulling such an important resource together!

Reference

  1. Mutagenic Impurities: Strategies for Identification and Control | Wiley

Published by Glenn Myatt

Glenn J. Myatt is the co-founder and currently head of Leadscope (An Instem company) with over 25 years’ experience in computational chemistry/toxicology. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computing from Oxford Brookes University, a Master of Science degree in Artificial Intelligence from Heriot-Watt University and a Ph.D. in Chemoinformatics from the University of Leeds. He has published 27 papers, 6 book chapters and three books.