10 April 2019
Webinar - An update from the Science Team: Ames Mutagenicity, AOPs for carcinogenicity, hERG activity, and reproductive toxicity.
Four Lhasa Scientists presented an overview of four posters from the 2019 SOT 58th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. Covering a range of topics, including: Ames mutagenicity, AOPs for carcinogenicity, hERG activity, and reproductive toxicity.
The presentations were:
Development of an Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) Network for Carcinogenicity using expert-derived (Q)SAR Knowledge.
Senior Scientist, Susanne Stalford
Improving In Silico Predictions in Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology.
Senior Scientist, Adrian Fowkes
How Low Can You Go? An Analysis of Lowest Effective Dose in the Ames Test.
Senior Scientist, Grace Kocks
A Case Study in Predicting hERG Activity using Multiple QSARs and Data Sources.
Research Scientist, Jeffrey Plante
The recordings can now be viewed below:
Headline Event (shown first above featured)
- A Case Study in Predicting hERG Activity.
- Improving In Silico Predictions in Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology
- How low can you go? An analysis of lowest effective dose in the Ames test.
- Development of an Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) Network for Carcinogenicity Using Expert-Derived (Q)SAR Knowledge