As the UCSD Superfund Research Center carries out research to investigate mechanisms of toxicant-induced steatohepatitis and cancer, its members have generated datasets spanning multiple species and organs. In order to integrate these studies, we have reprocessed and merged datasets so that they can be reliably compared to one another.

Liver data integration

Comparison of mouse liver samples involving tumor formation, diet, and genotypes.

Intestine data integration

Comparison of mouse intestine samples involving Ncor1 knockout, age, and DSS-induced colitis.

Stellate cell data integration

Comparison of enriched gene ontology groups across mouse pancreatic and hepatic stellate cells

Stercobilin sensor selection

synthetic evolution of a molecular sensor for stercobilin

Ncor1 DSS

Profiling of mouse intestine in wild-type and Ncor1 knockout animals given dextran sulfate sodium

Ocean View Growing Grounds

Monitoring toxic heavy metals and arsenic levels in an urban community garden

Arabidopsis treatment with arsenic and cadmium

Microarray profiling of 14 day old slim1-1 and Col-0 seedlings treated with arsenic or cadmium

Arsenic toxicity in mice

Microarray profiling of mouse small intestine following treatment with arsenic

Artificial microRNAs

Artificial microRNA data sets and resources for discovery of redundant plant genes

Triclosan sensor selection

synthetic evolution of a molecular sensor for triclosan