Superfund Research Program
Using Adductomic Signatures to Evaluate Risks of Superfund Chemicals
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SRP Researchers Share Findings at Exposome Conference
SRP News Page - January 2019
Current and former Superfund Research Program (SRP) researchers described their work and learned from others as part of the New York City Exposome Symposium Nov 2 - 3. The symposium delved into innovative approaches in exposomics, the study of how the complex mix of nutritional, chemical, and social environments shapes human health throughout the lifespan.
Using Saliva to Understand Exposures and Monitor Health
Research Brief - January 2018
Collecting saliva may be a practical alternative to blood for characterizing a person's exposures, according to new research from the Superfund Research Program (SRP) Center at the University of California (UC), Berkeley. The researchers found that saliva contains a rich set of molecular information that can be used to construct individual exposure histories and discover risk factors for chronic diseases.