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The proposed list of the first set of AOPs to be created, some are more defined than others:
The proposed list of the first set of AOPs to be created, some are more defined than others:
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* Reduced mitochondrial activity leads to cholestasis
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* Chemical-induced bile duct obstruction leads to liver failure
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* Liver fibrosis
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* Chemical-induced bile duct obstruction leads to nephrotoxicity
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* Unfolded protein response-mediated liver toxicity
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* Inhibition of N-linked glycosylation leads to liver injury
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* Mitotoxicity-mediated hepatotoxicity
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* Mitochondrial complex inhibition leading to liver injury
* Inhibition of mitochondrial complex I of nigra-striatal neurons leads to parkinsonian motor deficits
* Inhibition of mitochondrial complex I of nigra-striatal neurons leads to parkinsonian motor deficits
* Peripheral neuropathy caused by microtubule interacting drugs
* Peripheral neuropathy caused by microtubule interacting drugs
* Oxidative reactivity leads to chemical-induced fanconi syndrome
* Oxidative reactivity leads to chemical-induced fanconi syndrome
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* Oxidative reactivity leads to acceleration of chronic kidney disease
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* Binding to complex I of the electron transport chain leading to chemical-induced Fanconi syndrome
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* Compound accumulation via Megalin/Cubilin uptake leads to acute and chronic kidney disease
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* Intracellular accumulation of chemicals via the megalin/cubulin system leading to tubulonephritis
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* Renal proximal tubular uptake via organic cation transporters leads to...
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* Oxidant-induced pulmonary emphysema
* Oxidant-induced pulmonary emphysema
* α-diketone-induced bronchiolitis obliterans
* α-diketone-induced bronchiolitis obliterans
* HDAC inhibition leads to neural tube defects
* HDAC inhibition leads to neural tube defects
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* Cyt p450 inhibition leads to Feminization and Masculinization
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* Cyp17 inhibition leads to undescended testes
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* Estrogen/androgen ...
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* Oxidative stress-induced liver injury
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* Oxidative stress-induced hepatoxicity
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* IKK complex inhibition leads to liver failure
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* Inflammatory cytokine-induced cell death
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* HDAC inhibition leads to impaired craniofacial development
* HDAC inhibition leads to impaired craniofacial development

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The purpose of this portal is to create a collection of AOPs on the molecular level for the AOPs that are, or will be created for the EU-ToxRisk program, in which Open PHACTS Foundation (OPF) is responsible for AOP creation. The subjects of the first AOPs are linked to the use cases of the EU-ToxRisk program, and there will be a team of experts involved in the creation of each AOP.


The proposed list of the first set of AOPs to be created, some are more defined than others:

  • Chemical-induced bile duct obstruction leads to liver failure
  • Chemical-induced bile duct obstruction leads to nephrotoxicity
  • Inhibition of N-linked glycosylation leads to liver injury
  • Mitochondrial complex inhibition leading to liver injury
  • Inhibition of mitochondrial complex I of nigra-striatal neurons leads to parkinsonian motor deficits
  • Peripheral neuropathy caused by microtubule interacting drugs
  • Oxidative reactivity leads to chemical-induced fanconi syndrome
  • Binding to complex I of the electron transport chain leading to chemical-induced Fanconi syndrome
  • Intracellular accumulation of chemicals via the megalin/cubulin system leading to tubulonephritis
  • Oxidant-induced pulmonary emphysema
  • α-diketone-induced bronchiolitis obliterans
  • HDAC inhibition leads to neural tube defects
  • Cyp17 inhibition leads to undescended testes
  • Oxidative stress-induced liver injury
  • IKK complex inhibition leads to liver failure
  • HDAC inhibition leads to impaired craniofacial development


Basic strategies and principles for general AOPs are described in this paper:

Villeneuve et al. (2014). Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) Development I: Strategies and Principles. Toxicological Sciences PubMed

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