Poster Session

Human Omics Data from In Vitro Studies

PRESENTING AUTHOR: 

Barry Hardy

INSTITUTION / COMPANY : 

Douglas Connect GmbH, Switzerland

A milestone in toxicity research was the emergence of toxicogenomics, resulting from the application of knowledge gained from genomics science into conventional toxicology. Toxicogenomics specifically tackles the complex interactions between toxic effects and the structure and activity of the genome.

Oxide nanomaterials

PRESENTING AUTHOR: 

Kieu My Ha

INSTITUTION / COMPANY : 

Laboratory of Nanoscale Characterization and Environmental Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

In this study, we have proposed a scoring system for evaluating the quality of the physicochemical data for their potentials of developing nano-SAR models (i.e., PChem score).

Scoring published data on nanomaterials

PRESENTING AUTHOR: 

Xuan-Tung Trinh

INSTITUTION / COMPANY : 

Laboratory of Nanoscale Characterization & Environmental Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul

As the number of nano-products has been sharply increasing in recent years, there are more and more public concerns about the safety of nanomaterial and related products. Generally, toxicity of nanoparticles is evaluated through in vitro (experiments with cultured cells) and in vivo (experiments with living organisms) protocols which require much time and labor cost.

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