Definitions for "Toxicogenomics"
A blending of functional genomics and molecular toxicology working to establish correlations between responses to toxicants and changes in the genetic profiles of an organism exposed to environmental stressors.
The collection, interpretation, and storage of information about gene and protein activity in order to identify toxic substances in the environment, and to help treat people at the greatest risk of diseases caused by environmental pollutants or toxicants.
The genome-wide study of the effects of toxic substances on gene and protein expression.