This table has received a ton of attention over the years. I appreciate your interest and your requests for pdfs of it. It is, however, tired and outdated and it always lacked the greater story and context around chronic toxicity.
Enter the great work of @MommyPhD and @Thoughtscapism. Together, these smart souls have re-imagined the information on acute and chronic toxicity into colourful, informative tables in high resolution format. Check out Measures of Toxicity on the Thoughtscapism blog!
Today is a good day to (re)launch my personal blog – now titled “Camistry” – showcasing its new, snappy design. Thanks to my very talented cousin, Shawn, for his creative input and for “re-imagining” my online look.
I also took the opportunity to update the “Dose Makes the Poison” table. Since I originally posted it exactly two years ago, it has gotten tens of thousands of hits.
Here is that table. The content is the same, but it now comes with a bit of an artistic facelift. 🙂
This table is also available in pdf format (better resolution). Send me a note if you would like me to send you the file via email.
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Rotenone is not approved any longer, hasn’t been for several years. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotenone#Uses
Included for context.
Thank you very much for this!
I’m sorry to be the one to point it out, but there are two spelling errors in the Info about Botulin; first it says “It it’s” instead of “In it’s”, and later it says “effectuvely”.
Thanks for the ‘heads up’ on this, Jakob! I will attend to it asap.
Jakob: the table has been updated.finally. 😉
Thanks again for the ‘heads up’.
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