The Dragon Exploration System for Toxicants and Fertility (DESTAF) is a specialized, public resource specifically aimed at researchers investigating reproductive toxicity. Its primary goal is to enable researchers to efficiently and rapidly query the human reproductive toxicity literature in an innovative manner and on a deeper level than articles and from differing gene/protein-, protein-, metabolite / enzyme-, biological- and chemical/toxin-, disease- and human anatomical-centric perspectives.
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Updated: 15 January 2012 
Please cite:
DESTAF: a database of text-mined associations for reproductive toxins potentially affecting human fertility. Dawe AS, Radovanovic A, Kaur M, Sagar S, Seshadri SV, Schaefer U, Kamau AA, Christoffels A, Bajic VB. Reprod Toxicol. 2012 Jan;33(1):99-105. doi: 10.1016/j.reprotox.2011.12.007
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