Farmacologia y Toxicologia

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A Comprehensive Review of Reproductive Toxicology: Mechanisms, Assessment, and Implications

Jaime Koch*

Reproductive toxicology is a critical discipline within the realm of toxicology, dedicated to comprehending the adverse impacts of diverse agents on the male and female reproductive systems, as well as their potential repercussions on fetal development and the health of offspring. This review paper offers a comprehensive synthesis of the field of reproductive toxicology, encompassing its fundamental mechanisms, assessment methodologies, and broader implications for human well-being and environmental equilibrium. By consolidating contemporary research findings and elucidating emerging trends, this paper underscores the pivotal significance of unraveling reproductive toxicity to inform regulatory frameworks, elevate public health standards, and foster sustainable environmental practices. This abstract sets the stage for the comprehensive exploration of reproductive toxicology, encapsulating its core aspects and emphasizing its relevance in shaping policies and safeguarding human and environmental health.


Reproductive toxicology; Reproductive systems; Fetal development; Offspring health; Placental toxicity; Biomarkers; Epidemiological studies; Human health; Environmental health; Regulatory policies

Published Date: 2023-08-30; Received Date: 2023-08-01