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(Q)SAR tools for priority setting: A case study with printed paper and board food contact material substancesFebruary 2017Derek NexusSarah Nexus
2012 virtual ICGM 8 Sarah.pdfNovember 2012pdf fileSarah Nexus
38th ICGM Product Update.pdfSeptember 2014pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
3-Fluoro-4-Phenylaniline - Positive - PositiveAugust 2016Derek NexusSarah Nexus
42nd ICGM Product Update.pdfNovember 2015pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
43rd ICGM Product UpdateMarch 2016pdf fileSarah NexusVitic NexusDerek NexusIntermediatesExcipientsMeteor NexusZenethSetaria
46th ICGM Product Manager UpdateMarch 2017pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusMirabilisSarah NexusSetariaVitic NexusZeneth
49th ICGM Product Manager UpdateMarch 2018pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusMirabilisSarah NexusSetariaVitic NexusZeneth
A comparison of Derek and Sarah NexusFebruary 2017pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
A k-Nearest Neighbours Approach Using Metabolism-related Fingerprints to Improve In Silico Metabolite RankingNovember 2016Meteor NexusSarah Nexus
A practical application of two in silico systems for identification of potentially mutagenic impuritiesMay 2015Derek NexusSarah Nexus
A Suggested ICH M7 Framework Using Lhasa Limited ProductsMarch 2018pdf fileZenethVitic NexusMirabilisSarah NexusDerek Nexus
Advantages in Utilizing an Integrated In Silico Solution for ICH M7 Expert ReviewMarch 2016pdf fileDerek NexusMirabilisSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
Advantages in Utilizing an Integrated In Silico Solution for ICH M7 Expert ReviewNovember 2016pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
An Automated Classification Workflow to Assist Expert Assessment and Regulatory Submission for ICH M7August 2016pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
Applicability of in silico genotoxicity models on food and feed ingredientsOctober 2017Derek NexusSarah Nexus
Are these alerting structures an appropriate aid in the expert analysis of two complementary QSAR predictions?October 2016Derek NexusSarah Nexus
Benchmarking Assessment of Salmonella Mutagenicity QSAR Models for Potential Use Under ICH M7.pdfMarch 2014pdf fileSarah Nexus
Building models of bacterial mutagenicity from biased training data.pdfMarch 2015pdf fileSarah Nexus
Building Models within Sarah Nexus.pdfSeptember 2014pdf fileSarah Nexus
Carbamates and ICH M7 classification: Making use of expert knowledgeApril 2017Derek NexusSarah Nexus
Carbamates, QSAR predictions and ICH M7 classification; making use of expert knowledgeOctober 2016Derek NexusSarah Nexus
Collaborative Solutions to ICH M7.pdfJune 2013pdf fileDerek NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
Comparative assessment of several in silico systems and models to predict the outcome of the Ames mutagenicity assayMarch 2015pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
Comparative Evaluation of in Silico Systems for Ames Test Mutagenicity Predict.pdfSeptember 2013pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus

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