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IPA 7 Introduces Unique Contextual Search and Analysis Capabilities

...or Technological Research (VITO), noted, "The new tools in IPA 7 are great for constructing species- specific biological interaction networks from our toxicogenomics data. This approach enabled us to reveal molecules that hold potential as blood biomarkers for neurotoxic effects induced by environmental pollutants....

SNPs of ABC transporter genes linked to lung cancer risk

...Cancer Res 2003; 63: 8057) and the receptor (ADRB2) in its non-genotoxic pathway ( Cancer Lett 2006; 240: 297). This study shed new insight into the toxicogenomics of NNK and further supported the hypothesis proclaiming genetic components in the metabolism and disposition machines of NNK as modifiers of risk of l...

Genomic technologies to identify toxic chemicals should be developed

...t of this endeavor, which could be called a "human toxicogenomics initiative," a new database is needed to consolida...netic vulnerabilities. Given the potential of toxicogenomics to reduce and prevent health risks, regulatory age... the feasibility of implementing a concerted human toxicogenomics initiative. A crucial part of this effort wil...
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GEN Reports on the Trend Toward Predictive Toxicogenomics

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Biotech scientists increasingly are applying genomics technologies to toxicology research to better understand the effects of novel drug candidates on a variety of organ systems, reports Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News ( GEN ). They are es...
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News reports on the trend toward predictive toxicogenomics

New Rochelle, NY, November 19, 2008Biotech scientists increasingly are applying genomics technologies to toxicology research to better understand the effects of novel drug candidates on a variety of organ systems, reports Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News ( GEN ). They are especially inte...

New comparative toxicogenomics database

Scientists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have discovered that the shape of a protein on the surface of pneumonia bacteria helps these germs invade the human bloodstream. This finding, published Dec. 16 online by the EMBO Journal, could help scientists develop a vaccine that is significan...

NAS report offers new tools to assess health risks from chemicals

...ies of Sciences (NAS) recognizes the importance of toxicogenomics in predicting effects on human health and recommends the integration of toxicogenomics into regulatory decision making. The NAS report w...tiatives supported through the National Center for toxicogenomics and the...

B-15A collides with Antarctic ice tongue

...S) database, currently under development. "The NIEHS National Center for toxicogenomics is very pleased that Agilent has released the probe sequences for its gene ...ity and to databases such as the NCT's CEBS as we seek to make high-quality toxicogenomics data sets publicly available." The microarray design and probe sequence ...

Virus-host interactions at sea effect global photosynthesis

...S) database, currently under development. "The NIEHS National Center for toxicogenomics is very pleased that Agilent has released the probe sequences for its gene ...ity and to databases such as the NCT's CEBS as we seek to make high-quality toxicogenomics data sets publicly available." The microarray design and probe sequence ...

Agilent Technologies releases probe sequence, annotation information for all its commercial gene expression microarrays

...S) database, currently under development. "The NIEHS National Center for toxicogenomics is very pleased that Agilent has released the probe sequences for its gene ...ity and to databases such as the NCT's CEBS as we seek to make high-quality toxicogenomics data sets publicly available." The microarray design and probe sequence ...

Study: 'homemade' gene expression technology unreliable

...co-authored the Nature Methods study, titled "Standardizing Global Gene Expression Analysis Between Laboratories and Across Platforms," as part of the toxicogenomics Research Consortium, a group led by the NIEHS whose members study how the genome is involved in responses to environmental stressors and toxicants. ...
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GeneGo Collaborates With The Netherlands Toxicogenomics Center on $100 Million Grant

ST. JOSEPH, Mich., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- GeneGo, Inc., the leading systems biology tools company, announced today that they will be collaborating with The Netherlands Toxicogenomics Center (NTC). This 5 year, 25 Million Euro, multi-party program will use toxicogenomics to develop highly pred...

ExonHit Launches Rat Genome SpliceArray(TM) Products to Expand High Resolution Gene Expression Profiling for use in Disease Modeling and Toxicogenomics

PARIS, May 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ExonHit Therapeutics S.A. (Alternext: ALEHT), a drug and diagnostic discovery company, announces today the availability of its new SpliceArray(TM) for use in disease modeling and toxicogenomic applications by the basic and pre-clinical research communitie...

GeneGo Announces Systems Tox Relationship With Entelos

... analysis solutions, today announced a license agreement with Entelos of Foster City, CA, a company specializing in predictive technologies, including toxicogenomics and PhysioLab(R) virtual human disease models. GeneGo will use Entelos' DrugMatrix(R) gene expression data to further develop GeneGo's Functional Desc...
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