Eminent Editorial Board Members

Kun-Yi Lin
TAIWAN
Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Analytical Research
Jifeng Deng
CHINA
Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Analytical Research
Kaan Yetilmezsoy
TURKEY
Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Analytical Research
Sajjad Pourmozaffar
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Analytical Research
Yunus Dogan
TURKEY
Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Analytical Research

Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Analytical Research (JETAR) aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information describing original experimental or theoretical work that significantly advances understanding in the area of environmental toxicology, environmental chemistry and hazard/risk assessment.     

RECENT ARTICLES
In-vitro anthelmintic efficacy of the 80% Hydro-alcoholextract of Myrsine africana(kechemo) Leaf on hookworm larvae
Helminthic infections are among the most common infections in human, affecting a large proportion of population all over the world. Among the most important helminthes found in Ethiopia are Ascaris, Hookworms, Schistosomes, Strongyloides, Trichuris a...
Administration of Vasoconstrictor, But Not Volume Expander Prevents Maternal Hypotension During Spinal-Epidural Anesthesia For Elective Cesarean Section
To determine the best management option for preventing maternal hypotension after combined spinal-epidural anesthesia (CSEA) in elective cesarean section patients. A total of 240 full-term, single pregnancy women, undergoing elective cesarean section...
Determination of the Availability of Payment for Conservation and Improvement Activities of Wetlands Ecosystem of the Huaraz City, Peru
Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) was used with the purpose of determining the willingness to pay (WTP) of the citizens of Huaraz city – Peru (Ancash Region) in order to estimate a financial fund to subsidize the design and implementation of conser...
Pathogenic variants in KPTN gene identified by Clinical Whole-Genome Sequencing
Status epilepticus is not rare in critically ill intensive care unit patients, but its diagnosis is often delayed or missed. The mortality for convulsive status epilepticus is dependent on the underlying aetiologies and the age of the patients, and t...
Crouzon Syndrome - A Case Report of Rare Genetic Disorder with Review of Literature
In 1912, a French neurologist, Octave Crouzon (1874-1938) first described the crouzon syndrome and in 1937 Atkinson reviewed eighty six cases that were published and found about 67% of the cases were familial and 33% were sporadic, representing new m...
Acetabular Reconstruction Using Massive Allografts for Combined Cavitary and Segmental Defects
Acetabular reconstruction in cavitary, segmental defects and pelvic discontinuity is a technically challenging surgical procedure. Today in orthopaedic surgery there are some available solutions to face this challenge: acetabular reinforcement device...