The Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD) elucidates molecular mechanisms by which environmental chemicals affect human disease. It CTD includes manually curated data describing cross-species chemical–gene/protein interactions and chemical– and gene–disease relationships to illuminate molecular mechanisms underlying variable susceptibility and environmentally influenced diseases.
Search the CTD by/for:
- Gene Oncology
Here is a sample record for benzene.
As stated in the press release; the CTD "is an attempt to map the complex ways in which chemicals are related to diseases." CTD is now one of the databases in TOXNET, a cluster of databases covering information on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and other related areas. You can also search the CTD from the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory site, CTD was developed at the MDIBL.
CTD is listed on the Public Health Library’s Indexes and Databases and our Toxicology/Occupational Health Resources web pages.
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IEEE Xplore is currently unavailable due to inclement weather and power issues in their corporate office. We hope access will be restored soon. Check their Twitter feed for updates.
Update: Access to IEEE Xplore has been restored.
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