New scientific article on AOP-helpFinder
10 Novembre 2021
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AOP-helpFinder webserver A new article has been published in OXFORD ACADEMIC, International Society for Computational Biology by Florence Jornod in association with OBERON scientists: AOP-helpFinder webserver: a tool for comprehensive analysis of the literature to support adverse outcome pathways development This article explains the function and the advantages of AOP-helpFinder webserver for use by the Read the full article…

New Scientific article on Artificial Intelligence in the context of OBERON
26 April 2021
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Identification of non-validated endocrine disrupting chemical characterization methods by screening of the literature using artificial intelligence and by database exploration A new article by Elias Zgheib – postdoc working on the project – has been published in Environment International on Identifiation of non-validated EDCs characterization methods by screening of the literature using AI and by database Read the full article…

Mention of scientists from the Czech Institute of Biophysics participation in OBERON
5 October 2020
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Mention of scientists from the Czech Institute of Biophysics participation in OBERON A short description of OBERON and participation of the Institute of Biophysics CAS in the project has been published in the Czech popular science magazine Vesmír (2020; vol. 99, issue 10, p. 600), in Czech. This one-page summary provides a short description of Read the full article…

Possible connection between exposure to endocrine disruptors and COVID-19 severity
November 23, 2020
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NEW ARTICLES : New press articles have been posted on the link between ED’s exposure and COVID-19 severity Inserm press article “Rôle possible de l’exposition aux perturbateurs endocriniens dans la sévérité de la Covid-19” Pubmed article “New research examines suspected links between EDCs exposure and COVID-19” Inserm article (FR) Pubmed article (EN)

August 27, 2020
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Biological systems are disturbed by several factors that are defined by the exposome. Environmental substances, including endocrine disruptors (EDs), represent the chemical exposome. These stressors may alter biological systems, that could lead to toxic health effects. Even if scientific evidence provide links between diverse environmental substances and disorders, innovative approaches, including alternative methods to animal testing, are still needed to address the complexity of the chemical mechanisms of action.

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