The Blood Exposome Database is a catalogue of the chemicals (endogenous and exogenous) that are expected and detected in human blood specimens. The database was created using a text mining approach using the NCBI PubChem , NCBI PubMed and NCBI PMC databases. Chemicals that have been reported in the primary literature (original research articles) for blood specimens are included in the database. Additionally, data from biomonitoring surveys and metabolomics datasets (publicly available) for human blood specimens are also covered in the database.
Citation: Dinesh Barupal and Oliver Fiehn. Generating the blood exposome database using a comprehensive text mining and database fusion approach. Environmental health perspectives. 2019 Sep 26;127(9):097008. EHP Link
Database can be queried by chemical names, diseases, InChiKey, full-text search, and other complex queries.Access
Content of the Blood Exposome Database (freeze July 2023) has been submitted to the Zenodo RepositoryDownload