Selected articles: Toxicogenomics in Risk Assessment: An Overview of an HESI Collaborative Research Program; The utility of DNA Microarrays for Characterizing Genotoxicity; Overview of Interlab. Collaboration on Evaluating the Effects of Model Hepatotoxicants on Hepatic Gene Expression; Clofibrate-Induced Gene Expression Changes in Rat Liver: A Cross-Lab. Analysis Using Membrane cDNA Arrays; Interlab. Evaluation of Rat Hepatic Gene Expression Changes Induced by Methapyrilene; Cross-Site Comparison of Gene Expression Data Reveals High Similarity; Quantitative PCR Deconstruction of Discrepancies between Results Reported by Different Hybridization Platforms; Overview of the Application of Transcription Profiling Using Selected Nephrotoxicants for Toxicology Assessment; Identification of Putative Gene-Based Markers of Renal Toxicity; Dye-Bias Correction in Dual-Labeled cDNA Microarray Gene Expression Measurements; Identification of Platform-Independent Gene Expression Markers of Cisplatin Nephrotoxicity; Database Dev't. in Toxicogenomics; & Annotation & Cross-Indexing of Array Elements on Multiple Platforms. Illus.Goehl, Thomas J. is the author of 'Genomics And Risk Assessment A Reprint from the Journal, Environmental Health Perspectives', published 2004 under ISBN 9780756744854 and ISBN 0756744857.