iTox – integrative toxicology
In iTox we aim to integrate data and knowledge from different fields of toxicology to investigate molecular toxicological events and their relation to adverse outcomes on the organism scale. The integration of own data with knowledge and data from databases and other sources is key in our research that aims at understanding general and specific toxicological processes relevant for human and environmental health.
In different projects we work on the investigation, modelling and visualisation of toxicogenomic effects in zebrafish embryos and study time and concentration dependencies as well as mixture and recovery effects (see also: https://webapp.ufz.de/itox/tfpbrowser/).
Tools and Software
a R Shiny tool for exploration and visualization of time and concentration dependent toxicogenomic data obtained with the zebrafish embryo model
Integrated software and database for effect observations on organism scale
If you are interested in joining the group please contact Wibke Busch