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The impact of engineered nanomaterials on aquatic species: ISA-TAB compatible dataset mined from literature (2007-2016)

By Anastasios Papadiamantis

University of Birmingham

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Nano WG presentation, June 8, 2017

Primary scope of the project was to: 

  • Model the toxicity of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) at multiple levels and design and create a database (DB) containing extracted peer-reviewed published toxicity data
  • Analyse the extracted data and identify the most significant ENM
  • Characterisation parameters and potential correlations with observed toxicity
  •  Identify potential gaps in ENP characterisation and toxicity endpoints 
  • Identify resulting gaps in cross-study comparability and continuity

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  • Anastasios Papadiamantis (2017), "The impact of engineered nanomaterials on aquatic species: ISA-TAB compatible dataset mined from literature (2007-2016)," https://ncihub.cancer.gov/resources/2037.

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