We invite contributions of original unpublished research, review, and general article in the area of toxicology. Areas such as clinical toxicology, pharmacological toxicology, environmental toxicology, occupational health and safety of exposure to toxins, the toxicity of natural products and traditional medicines, food and nutrition toxicology, safety evaluation of novel foods and ingredients, biotechnologically-derived products, nanomaterials, hazard identification and health risk assessment, adverse effects of chemically induced toxicity on the health of humans and animals, molecular toxicology, which are included in the scope of the journal.

All submitted original research and review articles manuscripts are first evaluated by the Editor-in-Chief or Associated editor to assure their originality, scientific validity, relevance, significance, language, and adherence to the instructions for authors. Appropriate manuscripts are then sent to at least two expert reviewers under a double-blind peer-review process. The reviewers submit their recommendation for decision and comments to the editor. The editor communicates with authors and makes the final decision (Accept submission, Revision required, or Reject submission). The overall process typically takes about 90 days.

The cover letter should include name, address, telephone, fax number and e-mail address. The manuscript, the cover letter and other documents should only be submitted online via Thai Journal of Toxicology website ( Any article has been accepted for publication in this journal, all authors listed on the cover page must sign in a statement indicating of Thai journal of toxicology’s copyright document that they have approved of the contents of the submitted manuscript.


Preparing a Manuscript:

1. The manuscript could be written in English or Thai. The maximum length of the research article is 15 pages or the review article is 20 pages which also include tables, figures and references. Thai and English versions of abstracts must be submitted and limited to 300 and 250 words, respectively. Keywords are limited to 6 words.

2. The manuscript should be typed with 1-inch margins at all sides, on one side of A-4 paper. Please create the manuscript text in a single column format. The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format only.  (A current copy of the Thai Journal of Toxicology will show the correct format and style via Thai Journal of Toxicology website,

3. Fonts: Thai – Angsana New 16 – single line spacing, English – Times New Roman 12 – 1.5 line spacing. Article title and topics are in bold type.

4. Article title, Author names, Author affiliations, Corresponding author information are included in the first page of your article. Abstract and keywords are the second page of your article. The next pages are Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion or Result and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Conflict of interest, and References, respectively.

5. Tables and Figures: Table, Figure, and Figure legends should appear in separate pages following the references. The figure should be converting the images to TIFF or JPG: grayscale (black/grey/white) photographs: the resolution always use a minimum of 300 dpi.

6. References: Number references in superscript in the order cited in the text. References must be verified by the author(s) against the original documents. For articles printed in a language other than English, indicate the language in parentheses after the article title. For more than 3 authors, list the first 3 and add “et al”. The title of journal should be abbreviated according to the List of Journals Indexed in Index Medicus. Page numbers, e.g. 125-9, 181-95.


Examples of Reference Style:

Journal article

- Cromwell L, Lindemann MD, Randolph JH, et al. Soybean meal from roundup ready or conventional soybeans in diets for growing-finishing swine. J Anim Sci 2002; 80: 708–15.

- Brake DG, Evenson DP. A generational study of glyphosate-tolerant soybeans on mouse fetal, postnatal, pubertal and adult testicular development. Food Chem Toxicol 2004; 42: 29–36.


- Olson KR. Poisoning & drug overdose. 5th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2006: 52-8.

- Iverson C, Flanagin A, Fontanarosa PB, et al. American medical association manual of style. 9th ed. Baltimore (MD): Williams & Wilkins, 1998. 660 p.

- Huang YS, Ziboh VA, eds. Gamma-linolenic acid: recent advances in biotechnology and clinical applications. Champaign (IL): AOCS Press, 2001. 259 p.

- Joint FAO/IAEA/WHO. High-dose irradiation: wholesomeness of food irradiated with doses above 10 kGy. WHO Tech Rep Ser. Geneva. 1999; 890: i-197.

Chapter in the book

- Bradley C. Measuring quality of life in diabetes. In: Marshall SM, Home PD, Rizza RA, eds. The Diabetes Annual 10. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 1996: 207-24.

Conference proceedings

- Harley NH. Comparing radon daughter dosimetric and risk models. In: Gammage RB, Kaye SV, eds. Indoor air and human health. Proceedings of the 7th Life Sciences Symposium; 1984 Oct 29-31; Knoxville (TN). Chelsea (MI): Lewis; 1985, 69-78.


- Morse SS. Factors in the emergence of infectious diseases. Emerg Infect Dis 1995; 1: 7-15. Available at EID/eid.htm, accessed on Jun 5, 1996.

- FAO/WHO. Evaluation of allergenicity of genetically modified foods. Report of a Joint   FAO/WHO Expert Consultation on Allergenicity of Foods Derived from Biotechnology, 2001. Available at biotech/en/ec_jan2001.pdf, accessed on Aug 10, 2005.


Correspondence and Mailing Information:

Asst.Prof. Monruedee Sukprasansap, Ph.D
Editor-in-Chief, Thai Journal of Toxicology
Food Toxicology Unit, Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University
25/25 Phuttamonthon 4 Road, Salaya, Nakhon Pathom 73170, Thailand             
Tel: +662-800-2380 ext. 328, 119 Fax: +662-889-3673


Accepted articles will also be published online at Thai Journal of Toxicology website