Organs and mechanisms

Our scientists are experts in designing, running and interpreting hypothesis-based toxicology studies to identify the mechanism of toxicity of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, chemicals and consumer products.

We have worked on multiple organs, test systems and MOAs. Our experience spans the R&D process, from discovery models to predict pre-clinical or clinical toxicity risk, through to mechanistic studies to support registrations and re-registrations.

Examples of mechanisms investigated and models established cover the liver, kidneys and thyroid through to the reproductive organs, retina, lungs, skin and bone.