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TitlePublishedTypeProducts
ICHQ3D Implementation: Use of published data driven risk assessmentsJune 2019pdf fileVitic Nexus
RDC53: Challenges on impurities qualificationJune 2019pdf fileDerek NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
Beyond Simple Chemical Structure Similarity Assessment (2)January 2019pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Beyond Simple Chemical Structure Similarity AssessmentFebruary 2018pdf file
A k-Nearest Neighbours Approach Using Metabolism-related Fingerprints to Improve In Silico Metabolite RankingNovember 2016Meteor NexusSarah Nexus
Meteor Nexus: The implementation of the site of metabolism prediction methodologyMarch 2016pdf fileMeteor Nexus
42nd ICGM Product Update.pdfNovember 2015pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
Practical examples of the new metabolism ranking system in Meteor Nexus.pdfNovember 2015pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Improving xenobiotic metabolite rankingNovember 2015Meteor Nexus
A hybrid expert system-machine learning approach to xenobiotic metabolite rankingOctober 2015pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Examples of expert systems for toxicity and metabolism predictionJune 2015pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor Nexus
Assessing Confidence in Predictions Using Veracity and Utility – A Case Study on the Prediction of Mammalian Metabolism by Meteor NexusApril 2015Meteor Nexus
Predicting Metabolites - Enhancing An Expert System With Machine Learning.pdfMarch 2015pdf fileMeteor Nexus
38th ICGM Product Update.pdfSeptember 2014pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
Biotransformation Pathways of Biocides and Pharmaceuticals in Freshwater CrustaceansFebruary 2013Meteor Nexus
Drug metabolism in silico – the knowledge-based expert system approach. Historical perspectives and current strategiesNovember 2012Meteor Nexus
In Silico Prediction of Metabolism A Review of Oxidative N-Dealkylation Biotransformations.pdfJune 2012pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Expert Systems - The Use of Expert Systems in Drug Design-Toxicity and MetabolismJanuary 2012Derek NexusMeteor Nexus
In silico prediction of metabolism - factoring depth.pdfOctober 2011pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Developing Biotransformations to Predict the Cytochrome P450 Oxidative and Reductive Dehalogenation of Haloanilines and HaloethanesJune 2011pdf fileMeteor Nexus
The Addition of ‘Prototype Biotransformations’ to a Knowledge Based Software Program to Speed Up the Elucidation of Uncommon MetabolitesJune 2011pdf fileMeteor Nexus
The in silico prediction of human-specific metabolites from hepatotoxic drugsOctober 2010Meteor Nexus
In Silico Prediction of Biotransformation Pathways - Decarboxylation of Aliphatic and Aromatic CompoundsSeptember 2010pdf fileMeteor Nexus
An In Silico Approach To The Prediction Of S-Oxides Of Benzothiophenes, Dibenzothiophenes And Other Sulphur HeterocyclesJune 2010pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Using a Knowledge-Based Software Program to Identify Potential Toxic Intermediates in Drug Compounds.pdfJune 2010pdf fileMeteor Nexus
In Silico Prediction of Biotransformation Pathways: Furans and Thiophenes that Generate Epoxides, Aldehydes and S-OxidesOctober 2009pdf fileMeteor Nexus
In Silico Prediction of Biotransformation Pathways: Amines and Related Compounds that Generate Isocyanates and Nitrile OxidesOctober 2009pdf fileMeteor Nexus
In Silico Prediction of Reaction Intermediates.May 2008pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Recent Advances in Meteor: Metabolism Prediction for Heteroaromatic Ring SystemsOctober 2005pdf fileMeteor Nexus
METEOR. Some Recent Improvements in the Prediction of Oxidative N-Dealkylation BiotransformationsAugust 2004pdf fileMeteor Nexus

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