Metabolomics and pesticides: systematic literature review using graph theory for analysis of references

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Martha Zuluaga Sebastian Robledo German A Osorio-Zuluaga Laura Yathe Diana Gonzalez Gonzalo Taborda

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La revisión sistemática de literatura presentada a continuación tiene como objetivo dar a conocer el rol que han tenido la metabolómica en el estudio de la exposición a plaguicidas. La búsqueda se llevó a cabo en la base de datos Thomson Reuters Web of Science (ISI Web of Knowledge). Posteriormente, se descargaron todos los registros producto de resultado de la búsqueda y cada citación dentro de cada artículo. Estas referencias fueron analizadas mediante la teoría de grafos con el fin de identificar los artículos más relevantes, los artículos clásicos y recientes y los que presentan mayor intermediación en el tema de investigación. La red de citaciones fue construida con inicialmente con 4423 nodos (artículos) y 4978 enlaces (citaciones) a los cuales se les determinó los indicadores de grado de entrada, grado de salida y centralidad en el grafo. Posteriormente, esta red de citaciones fue procesada eliminando los artículos desconectados, reduciendo la red a 415 nodos y 974 enlaces. De esta red ya procesada se extrajeron 80 artículos que presentaron mayores indicadores de grado y centralidad. Finalmente, esta metodología permitió la identificación de diferentes perspectivas de los estudios metabolómicos y metabonómicos en la exposición a plaguicidas que incluyen estudios de modo de acción, mecanismos de acción, monitoreo biológico y toxicológico, metabolómica ambiental, metabolismo, dosis respuesta e identificación de biomarcadores.

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