Using Multidimensional Zebrafish Data to Advance Environmental Health
Some environmental exposures to chemicals, drugs, and nanomaterials negatively impact human and environmental health. The toxic entities interact with “genomes” to cause harm. We can use high throughput in vivo bioactivity assays to identify all hazardous agents. Phenotypic anchoring of structures to omics results can be used to identify the “targets” of these chemicals. Using structural and mechanistic information we can predict the toxicity of novel materials, so it should be possible to proactively design inherently safer products.
|Using Multidimensional Zebrafish Data to Advance Environmental Health|
Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, 2 p.m.–3 p.m. ET
Tucson, AZ, United States