Toxic genomic

Toxic genomic In this report, toxic genomic is well-defined as the application of genomic technologies (for example, genetics, genome sequence analysis, gene expression profiling, proteomics, metabolomics, and related approaches) to study the adverse effects of environmental and pharmaceutical chemicals on human health and the environment. Researchers, regulators, and the public all desire efficient and correct methods to assess the toxicologic effects of chemical, physical, and biologic agents on living systems. Yet, no single approach happens to analyse toxicologic responses, a tough task given the complexity of human and animal physiology and individual variations. The genomic information and novel technologies that have appeared in the post-genomic time promise to inform the thoughtful of many risks as well as enlighten current approaches and lead to novel predictive approaches for studying disease risk.

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