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Exposure Assessment, Biomarkers & Metabolomics Facility Core, University of Washington

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Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, 4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98105
4225 Roosevelt Way Northeast Seattle Washington 98105 US
(206) 543-3204(206) 543-3204

Genomics and proteomics have contributed much to our basic understanding of toxicology, but have not provided all the information necessary to understand mechanisms of toxicity, or diversity in toxicological response to environmental exposures. A promising new technology is that of a metabolomic, which refers to the systematic study of the small-molecule metabolite profiles that result from exogenous stimuli, including exposure to environmental toxicants. The emerging field of metabolomics offers great promise for the development of early biomarkers of toxin exposure.

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Christopher Simpson
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Core Laboratory
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University of Washington
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