Understanding COVID-19 through adverse outcome pathways - 2nd CIAO AOP Design Workshop.

Wittwehr C, Amorim MJ, Clerbaux LA, Krebs C, Landesmann B, Macmillan D, Nymark P, Ram R, Garcia-Reyero N, Sachana M, Sullivan K, Sund J, Willett C

ALTEX - (-) - [2021-03-05; online 2021-03-05]

The CIAO project (Modelling the Pathogenesis of COVID‑19 using the Adverse Outcome Pathway framework) aims at a holistic assembly of knowledge to deliver a truly transdisciplinary description of the entire COVID‑19 physiopathology starting with the initial contact with the SARS‑CoV‑19 virus and ending with one or several adverse outcomes, e.g., respiratory failure. On 27‑28 January 2021, a group of 50+ scientists from numerous organizations around the world met in the 2nd CIAO AOP Design Workshop to discuss the depiction of the COVID‑19 disease process as a series of key events (KEs) in a network of AOPs. During the workshop, 74 such KEs forming 13 AOPs were identified, covering COVID‑19 manifestations that affect the respiratory, neurological, liver, cardiovascular, kidney and gastrointestinal systems. Modulating factors influencing the course and severity of the disease were also addressed, as was a possible extension of the investigations beyond purely biological phenomena. The workshop ended with the creation of seven working groups, which will further elaborate on the AOPs to be presented and discussed in the 3rd CIAO workshop on 28-29 April 2021.

Type: Other

PubMed 33677612

DOI 10.14573/altex.2102221

Crossref 10.14573/altex.2102221

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