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    Comparing CPDB and Lhasa TD50 values in the Lhasa Carcinogenicity Database

    For many years the Carcinogenic Potency Database (CPDB)1, created by Lois Gold and her team, was an important source of long-term carcinogenicity study data. However, as the database had stopped being updated from 2007, Lhasa moved to safeguard the data by providing ongoing access through a freely available interface; the Lhasa Carcinogenicity Database (LCDB)2. The LCDB was released in 2016 and has since been updated with additional data from the National Toxicology Program (NTP)3, increasing the data set to 7,745 studies covering 1,726 chemical substances. A recent update has also facilitated greater ease of access by enabling substructure and similarity-based structure queries.

    08 December 2020

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