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Research on Genes and Environment by the Malaysian Society of Toxicology


I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Yamada, for extending an invitation to the Malaysian Society of Toxicology to contribute to Genes and Environment. As a guest editor, it is truly an honour to be given the opportunity to showcase our findings, share our methodologies, and contribute to the wider scientific community. The chance to be part of this collection is not only a recognition of our efforts but also provides an opportunity to foster meaningful networks and collaborations within the global scientific community.

I sincerely hope that the findings and perspectives shared in this collection will stimulate further inquiry and discussion. I trust that this special issue will prove beneficial to everyone invested in the realms of genes, environment, and toxicology.New Content Item © Rozaini Abdullah

Dr. Rozaini Abdullah, guest collection editor

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) , Serdang, Malaysia

  1. Previously, we have reported on the two curcuminoid analogues with piperidone derivatives, namely FLDP-5 and FLDP-8 have more potent anti-proliferative and anti-migration effects than curcumin. In this study, ...

    Authors: Nur Syahirah Che Razali, Kok Wai Lam, Nor Fadilah Rajab, A. Rahman A. Jamal, Nurul Farahana Kamaludin and Kok Meng Chan
    Citation: Genes and Environment 2024 46:4
  2. The Malaysian Society of Toxicology (MySOT), founded in 2010, emerged as a response to the growing need for a collective and interdisciplinary effort to study the effects of substances on human health, and the...

    Authors: Nurul Farahana Kamaludin, Firdaus Kamarulzaman, Rozaini Abdullah, Kok Meng Chan and Salmaan Hussain Inayat-Hussain
    Citation: Genes and Environment 2023 45:34
  3. Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is a mycotoxin produced by several species of Aspergillus fungi which can cause liver cancer in animals and humans. This study aims to perform the risk assessment of AFB1 in herbal medicines a...

    Authors: Siti Soleha Ab Dullah, Mohd Redzwan Sabran, Ab Hamid Hasiah and Rozaini Abdullah
    Citation: Genes and Environment 2023 45:31
  4. The species of genus Macaranga are widely found in Malaysian secondary forests and has been used as an alternative for treating varieties of illness. Studies have shown that the medicinal properties of this genus...

    Authors: Ee Ling Siew, Lishantini Pearanpan, Zhafri Zamkhuri, Fariza Juliana Nordin, Theng Choon Ooi, Kok Meng Chan, Aisyah Salihah Kamarozaman, Norizan Ahmat and Nor Fadilah Rajab
    Citation: Genes and Environment 2023 45:28