Society of Toxicology Recognizes MRIGlobal for 25 Years of Support at Annual Conference

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MRIGlobal Scientists Deliver Technical Presentations on Toxicity Research

(Kansas City, MO) March 20, 2014 – MRIGlobal will exhibit and present research findings at the 53rd Annual Society of Toxicology Meeting and Expo, March 23-27 in Phoenix, Ariz.

This is MRIGlobal’s 25th year of exhibiting at the Conference. The milestone will be commemorated with a plaque presentation from the Society of Toxicology President Dr. Lois Lehman-McKeeman on March 25.

The Society of Toxicology Conference is the world’s largest forum to showcase discoveries and achievements in toxicology research. More than 6,500 of the world’s leading researchers and scientists from academia, government, and industry participate in lectures, training, and scientific sessions.

MRIGlobal will have several scientists at the meeting to present the results of their research. The topics are:

  • Identification of Glutaredoxin As a Molecular Target for the Sulfur Mustard Analog Bis(2-chloroethyl)methylamine

  • Sulfur Mustard Alters Sebocyte Differentiation in Hairless Mouse Skin

  • The Sulfur Mustard Analog Bis(2-chloroethyl) Methylamine Induces Oxidative Damage in Mouse Skin

  • Targeting Connexin 43: Cutaneous Wound Repair Using the Sulfur Mustard Analog, Nitrogen Mustard, Hairless Mouse Skin Model

  • Development and Validation of an Analytical Method to Quantitate 2-Ethylhexyl p-Methoxycinnamate in Rat Plasma

  • Development of Formulation and Analysis Methods for Triphenyl Phosphate (TPP) in Rodent Feeds for Toxicology Studies

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