Lhasa Limited shared knowledge shared progress
Loading...

Publications

Jump to results
Authors
Publication Type
Publication Year
Related Products
Reset
New search
TitlePublishedTypeProducts
A Defined Approach for Predicting Skin Sensitisation Hazard and PotencyNovember 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus
A defined approach for predicting skin sensitisation hazard and potency based on the guided integration of in silico, in chemico and in vitro data using exclusion criteriaJanuary 2019Derek NexusVitic Nexus
A Defined Approach to Skin Sensitisation: Integrating Derek Nexus with In Chemico/In Vitro Assays - A SummaryApril 2018Derek NexusVitic Nexus
A Defined Approach to Skin Sensitisation: Integrating Derek Nexus with In Chemico/In Vitro Assays Based on Exclusion CriteriaAugust 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus
A Defined Approach to Skin Sensitization Using Derek Nexus and Non-Animal AssaysMarch 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus
A quantitative in silico model for predicting skin sensitization using a nearest neighbours approach within expert-derived structure–activity alert spacesMarch 2017Derek Nexus
Addressing the Challenge of Making Negative Predictions for Skin SensitisationMarch 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus
An Overview of Recent Skin Sensitisation Work at LhasaMarch 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus
Current advances in skin sensitization in silico predictions and their use in a defined approachOctober 2019pdf fileDerek Nexus
Demonstration of a Defined Approach for Skin Sensitisation Web ApplicationJune 2019Derek Nexus
Derek Nexus and the Prediction of Human Skin Sensitisation Potential - A SummaryApril 2018Derek Nexus
Derek Nexus and the Prediction of Human Skin Sensitisation Potential: An EvaluationMarch 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus
EC3: Methodology ExplainedJanuary 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus
Evaluation of the Global Performance of Eight In Silico Skin Sensitization Models Using Human DataMay 2020Derek Nexus
Generation of novel in chemico in vitro skin sensitisation data to evaluate the human relevance of defined approachesMarch 2020pdf fileDerek Nexus
Getting under the skin of an in silico approach to predicting dermal sensitisationAugust 2017pdf fileDerek Nexus
How important is expert review when measuring EC3 predictions in Derek Nexus?: Alkyl halides - a case studyMarch 2017pdf fileDerek Nexus
Improvements to in silico predictivity after access to proprietary dataApril 2016Derek Nexus
Integrated hazard identification of chemical sensitizers using in vitro and in silico readouts - A comparative evaluation of predictive performanceAugust 2017pdf fileDerek Nexus
Making reliable negative predictions of human skin sensitisation using an in silico fragmentation approachMarch 2018Derek NexusVitic Nexus
Modelling Simple Toxicity Endpoints: Alerts, (Q)SARs and BeyondMay 2019Derek NexusMeteor NexusSarah NexusVitic Nexus
Performance of Derek Nexus’ In Silico EC3 Model for Predicting Dermal Sensitization PotencyMarch 2017pdf fileDerek Nexus
Predicting skin sensitisation using a decision tree integrated testing strategy with an in silico model and in chemico/in vitro assaysJanuary 2016Derek Nexus
Predicting skin sensitisation using a decision tree integrated testing strategy with an in silico model and in chemico/in vitro assaysApril 2016pdf fileDerek Nexus
Skin sensitisation - What place does in silico have within a defined approach?March 2018pdf fileDerek Nexus

© 2020 Lhasa Limited | Registered office: Granary Wharf House, 2 Canal Wharf, Leeds, LS11 5PS, UK Tel: +44 (0)113 394 6020
VAT number 396 8737 77 | Lhasa Limited is registered as a charity (290866)| Company Registration Number 01765239 (England and Wales).

Thanks to QuestionPro's generosity, we now have survey software that powers our data intelligence.