The Genomic Revolution: What Does it Mean for Human and Ecological Risk Assessment?*


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Abstract

The first sequencing of a complete organism genome occurred in 1995. Since then there has been an explosion of information, with a new organism being sequenced nearly every week. This rapid development of genomics is providing unparalleled opportunities in toxicology, ecology, and risk assessment. This paper provides an overview of some possible applications of this new information in ecological and human risk assessment.

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