Biobide, in collaboration with TECNUN (University of Navarra), present a poster at 58th Teratology Society Meeting in Clearwater, Florida, USA

Teratology Society Meeting (TSM) is an annual event that gathers a large number of academic, industrial and governmental scientists from various fields such as toxicology, developmental biology, reproduction and endocrinology, genetics, various clinical disciplines and many more. This year’s Teratology Society Meeting’s theme was “Mechanisms, Models, Mothers and Babies: Bringing Birth Defects Research into Practice” which included more than 12 scientific sessions on various related topics.

During the conference we presented a poster on a project carried out in collaboration with TECNUN, School of Engineering of University of Navarra: “Novel computational tools based on bioinformatic and chemoinformatic data to complement zebrafish embryo teratogenicity test”. This project focuses on the development of a new in-silico platform, to predict the teratogenic potential of various chemical compounds. This is a very promising technology which, when implemented, will empower us to perform teratogenicity assay with highest possible precision.

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Arantza Muriana, Teratology Society Meeting, event, USA, TECNUN, in-silico, bioinformatics, chemoinformatics, machine learning, teratotoxicity, neurotoxicity, zebrafish, prediction, screening, developmental toxicity
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