TOXNET is a collection of databases from the National Library of Medicine. Databases included in TOXNET cover chemicals, drugs, the environment and human health, poisoning, toxicology, and more. Many of the resources discussed in this guide are searchable through the TOXNET interface. The following video is a brief introduction to TOXNET, and it uses the chemical perchlorethylene as an example.
TOXLINE contains 4 million references to literature on biochemical, pharmacological, physiological, and toxicological effects of drugs and other chemicals.
Part 1: The following video provides an overview of of TOXLINE.
Introduction to TOXLINE, part 2: Applying filters and limits to a search
Introduction to TOXLINE, part 3: Reviewing and managing TOXLINE results.
DART is a collection of over 200,000 references to scientific, scholarly literature covering teratology, and other aspects of developmental and reproductive toxicology.