blog navigation

blog posts

  • An informatics approach helps better identify chemical combinations in consumer products

    Researchers in the University of Illinois School of Information Sciences used an informatics approach to identify the prevalence of chemicals in consumer products. Their work could help toxicologists prioritize chemical combinations for further testing.

    Illustration by Julie McMahon

    Images

blog posts

  • Editor’s notes: To reach Henry Gabb, email gabbiii2@illinois.edu. To reach Catherine Blake, email clblake@illinois.edu.

    The paper “An Informatics Approach to Evaluating Combined Chemical Exposures from Consumer Products: A Case Study of Asthma-Associated Chemicals and Potential Endocrine Disruptors” is available online or from the U. of I. News Bureau.