New Version Released!
Version 2.0 of the AOP-Wiki was released on December 4, 2016. This was a major upgrade and should provide a better user experience. It fixes a number of bugs with the previous version, provides a more streamlined user interface, and sets the stage for providing more programmatic access in 2017. As always, please email email@example.com if you have any problems or questions.
All Wiki Users
All users with logins on the previous wiki will need to recreate their passwords. More information is provided on the sign in page. Your previous account including author status was transferred, but it is now tied to your email rather than the previous user name. If you are unsure of the email you had associated with your wiki login or have any problems, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note a few items resulting from the recent upgrade:
- Author access to individual wiki pages is now restricted. Each AOP from the previous wiki was assigned a point of contact based on the author information provided. This point of contact has permission to add other contributors to the AOP at which point those contributors will have edit permissions. All new AOPs will have the creator listed as point of contact. The point of contact can reassign to another contributor, but there can be only one point of contact. Gardeners will still have edit permission on all AOP pages.
We encourage all AOP authors to compare the content in the current version of the wiki with the final version contained in this wiki. Great care was taken to maintain the integrity of the information during the migration, but there may be some discrepancies. The original version is permanently available here, and we are available to help if you have any problems correcting the issues in the new version. For comparison, you will use the following URLs (replacing 15 with your AOP #):
The naming convention for key events has been changed. We no longer require a process/object and a separate action term. This information will soon be captured using the new event components that are based on established biological ontologies. We will be contacting authors of pre-existing AOPs on that topic soon. We encourage all authors to check the names of the key events in their AOPs and adjust those names as needed. We now include both a full title and short name for key events as we've always had for AOPs.
Password Reset Error
The password reset error reported earlier this week has been fixed. Please notify us at email@example.com if you have any additional problems resetting your password.
Thank you for your patience as we work through the migration issues associated with this major upgrade.
OECD User Handbook
Wiki authors please refer to the OECD Users' Handbook when developing your AOP. If you notice any bugs, please report them.
Welcome to the Collaborative Adverse Outcome Pathway Wiki (AOP-Wiki)
If you are interested in contributing AOP-related knowledge to the AOP-KB, please follow the instructions laid out at the OECD Adverse Outcome Pathways, Molecular Screeing and Toxicogenomics page. The Guidance on Developing and ASsessing AOPs document is the basis for all work related to contributing and sharing AOP-related knowledge. A Users' Handbook Supplement to this Gudance has been written to aid systematic development and transparent assessment of Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs). That handbook contains a template to guide AOP description and provides focused and practical instructions for develpers and assessors indended to assist in identifying, organizing, and evaluating critical information on key events and linkages (i.e., key event relationships (KER)) with the AOP, as well as guidance on how to assess the weight of evidence supporting the overall AOP.
This wiki represents a joint effort between the European Commision - DG Joint Research Centre (JRC)and U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This serves as one component of a larger OECD-sponsored AOP Knowledgebase effort and represents the central repository for all AOPs developed as part of the OECD AOP Development Effort by the Extended Advisory Group on Molecular Screening and Toxicogenomics. The other major components of this knowledgebase are Effectopedia, produced by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the AOP Xplorer, produced by the US Army Corps of Engineers - Engineering Research and Development Center, and the Intermediate Effects DB produced by the JRC.
This wiki is based upon the Chemical Mode of Action wiki developed by the EPA under the auspices of the WHO International Programe on Chemical Safety (IPCS) Mode of Action Steering Group.
The content of this wiki is the sole responsibility of the individual contributors and does not necessarily represent the views of the Partner organizations. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute endorsement by any of the Partner organizations.
Before you start
Please read the AOP Wiki Editing & Comments Policy.
General guidance on assembling AOP information in the AOP-Wiki is available in the OECD AOP Users' Handbook.
More detailed help can be found by clicking the Help link at the bottom of the page.
Additional information will be provided in the upcoming weeks. We will also launch a training wiki to allow users to play around with the new system before making changes on the new production wiki. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.