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NCTR Publications > 2012-NCTR Research Highlights

NCTR Publications > 2012-NCTR Research Highlights

NCTR QuarterPage Newsletter July-Sept 2012.pdf

The NCTR Quarter Page has been on hiatus, but is up and running again.  We hope you enjoy this issue and the others to come.

This newsletter highlights selected research activities from the previous quarter, informs you of NCTR news and events, and lists accepted NCTR publications.

2012-NCTR Research Highlights


  • January-March 20121Validation of the Pig-a Genotoxicity Assay
    Joint Center for Tobacco Products/NCTR Planning Meeting—January 10
    Drug-Induced Liver Injury Prediction System (DILIps)
    Genomic Biomarkers of Liver Toxicity
    Detection of Multiple Antimicrobial Resistance Genes in a Single Assay
    Degradation of Cephalosporin Antibiotics by Bovine Intestinal Bacteria
    MicroRNA Biomarkers of Hepatotoxicity
    NTP Technical Report Peer Review Panel—February 8-9
    Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) in Non-invasive Cancer Diagnostics
    Pediatric Medical Countermeasures—February 15-16
    NCTR Strategic Planning—February 21-22
    BPA U01 Consortium Meeting—March 1
    Genetic Variants in Pancreatic Cancer
    Alternative Models in Developmental Toxicology
    Roundtable Discussion on BPA Exposures
    Pharmacokinetics of Melamine and Cyanuric Acid
    Novel Algorithm to Identify Susceptible Patient Subpopulations
    Brain Awareness Week—March 17 

  • April-June 20122Role of MicroRNAs in Drug Metabolism
    Research and Regulatory Aspects of Food Safety at the FDA's Jefferson Laboratories
    Serum Metabolite Biomarkers of Acute Kidney Injury
    Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Conference—April 17-18
    Characterization of UGT1A1 Polymorphisms in Breast Cancer
    Cardiovascular Effects of Bitter Orange Extracts
    ILSI-HESI Workshop on Genetic Toxicology—April 24-25
    In Vitro Genetic Toxicity Testing Project Committee—April 26-27
    Regulatory Science Research Studies Reviewed—May 8-9
    Animal Models of Pregnancy in Medical Countermeasures—April 30-May 1
    Safety Evaluation of Antimicrobial Residues in Foods
    2012 Global Summit on Regulatory Science—May 9-11
    Pediatric Anesthesia Research
    In Vitro Toxicity Testing—May 22
    Medical Countermeasures Symposium Awards—June 5-6
    Systems Biology Approach to Predictive Biomarkers
    Prediction System for the Rapid Identification of Salmonella Serotypes
    ILSI-HESI Workshop on Genetic Toxicology Held April 24-25, 2012 (Update)
    American Society for Microbiology Meeting
    Toxicological Significance of Azo Dye Metabolism
    NCTR Scientist Co-Chairs International Metabolomics Meeting
    NCTR Center Director Gives Plenary Lecture 

  • July-September 20123Triclosan Effects on Fat Cell (Adipocyte) Maturation
    Chemical Inactivation of Protein Toxins on Food Contact Surfaces
    Toxicology Forum—July 9-12
    Advancing Regulatory Science Through Toxicogenomics
    Fighting Drug Failure—July 25
    Central Arkansas Undergraduate Research Symposium—July 25
    Urine Metabolite Biomarker of Kidney Injury
    Food Safety Research
    Globalization of Regulatory Science
    "Hands-On" Training in Nanotechnology—August 28-30
    Genetic Toxicology—August 27-28
    NCTR Represented in U.S. Dept. of State Embassy Science Fellows Program
    2012 Global Summit on Regulatory Science (GSRS-2012)
    Nanotoxicology 2012—September 4-7
    SmartTots Workshop—September 10 

  • October-December 20124
    Biomarker Discovery and Qualification
    Nanotechnology for Health Care Conference
    Leflunomide-Induced Liver Injury
    Biomarkers of Acetaminophen-Induced Toxicity
    Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Test Guidelines
    Food Safety
    Carcinogenic Activity of Aloe Vera Whole Leaf Extract
    Development Effects and Pregnancy Outcomes Associated with Cancer Chemotherapy Use During Pregnancy
    Carcinogenicity of Acrylamide
    NCTR Science Advisory Board Meeting—October 23-24
    CFSAN Visit—October 24-25
    Ethnic Differences in DNA Methyltransferase Expression in Lupus Patients 

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