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Mutagenicity Prediction Using In Silico Methods: Gigabyte-Sized Petri DishesJune 2016pdf fileDerek NexusZenethVitic NexusSarah NexusMirabilisMeteor Nexus
Is preclinical data sharing the new norm?May 2016Derek NexusETOXExcipientsIntermediatesMeteor NexusVitic Nexus
Using Derek Nexus to assess the safety of raw materials used in cosmeticsMay 2016Derek Nexus
Using Derek Nexus as part of a skin sensitisation integrated testing strategy (ITS)May 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
Improvements to in silico predictivity after access to proprietary dataApril 2016Derek Nexus
Mechanistic Expert Call Datasets Support in silico Prediction of Teratogenicity for a Wider Chemical SpaceApril 2016Derek Nexus
Quantitative prediction of skin sensitisation potency based on structural alert spacesApril 2016Derek Nexus
Skin sensitisation: Now and the FutureMarch 2016pdf fileDerek Nexus
Mutagenic impurities: predicting alerting structures using in silico toolsMarch 2016pdf fileSarah NexusDerek Nexus
Predicting skin sensitisation using a decision tree integrated testing strategy with an in silico model and in chemico/in vitro assaysJanuary 2016Derek Nexus
It’s difficult, but important, to make negative predictionsJanuary 2016Derek Nexus
Undertaking Expert Review under ICH M7 - A Practical GuideDecember 2015pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
Why data sharing is important - a case study using proprietary mutagenicity and skin sensitisation data.pdfNovember 2015pdf fileDerek Nexus
Mutagenicity assessment strategy for pharmaceutical intermediates to aid limit setting for occupational exposureNovember 2015Sarah NexusDerek Nexus
Establishing best practise in the application of expert review of mutagenicity under ICH M7August 2015Derek NexusSarah Nexus
Using in vitro structural alerts for chromosome damage to predict in vivo activity and direct future testingJuly 2015Derek Nexus
Relationship between the mutagenicity of arylboronic acids and 11B NMR chemical shiftsMay 2015Derek Nexus
Mutagenic Impurities: Precompetitive/Competitive Collaborative and Data Sharing InitiativesMay 2015Derek NexusExcipientsIntermediatesMirabilisSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
A practical application of two in silico systems for identification of potentially mutagenic impuritiesMay 2015Derek NexusSarah Nexus
An evaluation of in-house and off-the-shelf in silico models: Implications on guidance for mutagenicity assessmentApril 2015Derek Nexus
New structural alerts for Ames mutagenicity discovered using emerging pattern mining techniquesJanuary 2015Derek Nexus
Prediction of genotoxic potential of cosmetic ingredients by an in silico battery system consisting of a combination of an expert rule-based system and a statistics-based systemJanuary 2015Derek Nexus
Nexus 2 - Improved functionality to assist in ICH M7 submissionDecember 2014Derek NexusSarah Nexus
Introduction to in silico toxicologyOctober 2014Derek NexusSarah Nexus

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