High-throughput concentration-response analysis for omics datasets.

Abstract

Omics-based methods are increasingly used in current ecotoxicology. Therefore, a large number of observations for various toxic substances and organisms are available and may be used for identifying modes of action, adverse outcome pathways, or novel biomarkers. For these purposes, good statistical analysis of toxicogenomic data is vital. In contrast to… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/etc.3025

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