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Unraveling the exposome : a practical view

Author: Sonia Dagnino; Anthony Macherone
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume presents a comprehensive overview of the science and application of the Exposome through seventeen chapters from leaders in the field. At just over ten years since the term was coined by Christopher Wild in 2005, this is the first, field-defining volume to offer a holistic picture of the important and growing field of Exposomics. The term “Exposome” describes the sum of all exposures (not only chemical)  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sonia Dagnino; Anthony Macherone
ISBN: 3319893211 9783319893211
OCLC Number: 1057472095
Notes: Extras online.
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 447 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Part1. The utility of the Exposome Paradigm.- Chapter1. Using Exposomics to assess cumulative risks from multiple environmental stressors.- Chapter2. Sequencing the Public Health Exosome.- Chapter3. The US Military and the Exposome.- Chapter4. Framing Fetal and Early Life Exposome within Epidemiology.- Part2. Measuring the internal exposome.- Chapter5. Epigenetics and the exposome.- Chapter6. Metabonomics.- Chapter7. Transcriptomics within the exposome paradigm.- Part3. Measuring sources of exposure.- Chapter8. The food exposome.- Chapter9. The Dust Exposome.- Chapter10. From the Outside In; Integrating External Exposures into the Exposome Concept.- Part4. ata analysis for the exposome.- Chapter11. Statistical models to explore the exposome: from OMICs profiling to 'mechanome' characterization.- Chapter12. Data-driven Analytics and Informatics to Con-nect the Exposome with Phenotype in Larger Scale.- Part5. xposome characterization around the globe.-Chapter13. HERCULES: an academic center to support exposome research.- Chapter14. Exposomics: meet-in-the-middle and network perturbation.- Chapter15. Building an Early Life Exposome by Integrating Multiple Birth Cohorts: HELIX.- Chapter16. The HEALS project.- Part6. Conclusion.- Chapter17. Unravelling the exposome: conclusions and thoughts for the future.
Responsibility: Sonia Dagnino, Anthony Macherone, editors.

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