Toxicogenomic Data and Federal Regulatory Settings: Managing the Avalanche of Data

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Courtesy of Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

Toxicogenomic data are expected to find significant regulatory application in three areas:

- susceptibility: identifying subpopulations and life stages uniquely susceptible to environmental factors,
- predictive toxicology: facilitating high-throughput chemical screening for potential adverse impacts and assisting in prioritizing chemicals believed to be most potentially toxic, and
- disease mechanisms: helping elucidate a substance&rsquo,s mode of action to define better the dose-response continuum.

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