A national level toxicology professional's organization dedicated to the promotion of toxicology.
The Indian Society of Toxicology


Journal of Indian Society of Toxicology

Current Issue

Volume 16 Issue 2

Language: English

Frequency: Biannual

0973-3558 (Print)
0973-3566 (Electronic)
0973-3558 (Linking)

LCCN: 2013411709

Hazardous Substances/poisoning;
Poisoning; Toxicology

Indexed/Abstracted/Listed with:

MEDLINE/Index Medicus [through World Health Organisation (WHO) for SEAR countries], CAB Abstracts,

International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)

PUBLONS© (Web of Science Group)

Bonafide member of Crossref and DOI©

Indian Science Abstracts 
(Research Impact Indicator: 0.022, Indian Citation Index)

NCBI National Library of Medicine ID: (NLM, Locator Plus) 101321567 [Serial]

University Grant Commission (UGC), India Sl. No. 11071 9015-9C799666D827


The JIST is peer-reviewed to safeguard the scientific merit and toxicological significance of its diverse content. It is an official publication of Indian Society of Toxicology (IST) since the year 2005. The main aim of the JIST is to publish time bound reviewed, quality research works in the field of toxicology disseminating research findings thereof. The primary objectives of the JIST are as follows – 

1. To provide publication hub for the research works from all branches of Toxicology. 

2. To elevate the standards of the practice of toxicology through publications with latest updates in the field of toxicology. 

3. The aim of the JIST is to increase the visibility and impact of published work. It increases convenience, reach, and retrieval power of the published research works through its broad field of readers across the world. 

4. To encourage and maintain research ethics across all branches of toxicology through JIST. 

5. To represent internationally the research works carried out in Toxicology in India. 

6. To advise the Governments (Central/State/Union Territory) administrations and other governmental bodies on matters pertaining to the Toxicology in India. 

7. To organize and arrange meetings and symposia on Toxicology and allied subjects. 

8. To serve and administer funds, grants, endowments, etc., for the furtherance of research in Toxicology.

9. To generally do all such things as may widen, improve and develop the education and knowledge of those actively concerned in the pursuit of the subject of Toxicology. 

10. This JIST has been remaining abreast with the up-to-date research information and latest advances in the field of toxicology, since 2005.