Objectives

FastBMD is a computationally efficient implementation of the National Toxicology Program Approach to Genomic Dose-Response Modeling. Key features include a simplified workflow, ability to download results at each step, and interactive exploration of pathway-level BMDs. In addition to model organisms, FastBMD is designed to support non-model organisms by enabling an annotation-free pipeline that includes feature sensitivity-based point-of-departure analysis. The final part of the analysis is designed to allow users to interactively explore BMDs at different levels of organization:

Please Cite:

Ewald, J., Soufan, O., Xia, J., and Basu, N. (2020) "FastBMD: an online tool for rapid benchmark dose-response analysis of transcriptomics data" Bioinformatics btaa700

News & Updates

  • Upgraded to PrimeFaces 11 (12/28/2021);
  • Add interface option for XLA v1 chip (10/22/2021);
  • Added Ensembl IDs for genes, transcripts, and proteins for rainbow trout (08/12/2021);
  • Upgraded to PrimeFaces 10.0 (04/29/2021);
  • Added NCBI annotation support for fathead minnow (04/22/2021);
  • Fixed small bug where microarray normalization options were displayed for RNA-seq example data (03/16/2021);

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Last updated 2022-01-07