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Evaluation Of A Statistics-based Ames Mutagenicity QSAR Model And Interpretation Of The Results ObtainedDecember 2015Sarah Nexus
Giving Confidence for in silico GTI Assessment.pdfJune 2013pdf fileDerek Nexus
ICH M7 How Lhasa can support you.pdfMarch 2014pdf fileDerek Nexus
ICH M7 Use CasesJune 2018pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
Improvement of quantitative structure–activity relationship (QSAR) tools for predicting Ames mutagenicity: outcomes of the Ames/QSAR International Challenge ProjectOctober 2018Derek NexusSarah Nexus
In Silico Strategies to Assess Potentially Mutagenic Impurities Under ICH M7March 2017pdf fileDerek NexusSarah NexusMirabilisVitic Nexus
Introduction to Lhasa - Applying ICH M7 - What makes an expertMay 2019pdf fileDerek NexusMirabilisSarah NexusMeteor NexusVitic Nexus
Living with M7.pdfMarch 2015pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
Meteor Nexus: The implementation of the site of metabolism prediction methodologyMarch 2016pdf fileMeteor Nexus
Modeling the Mutagenic Potential of Primary AminesMarch 2017pdf file
Negative predictions in Derek Nexus.pdfMarch 2014pdf fileDerek Nexus
Predicting Metabolites - Enhancing An Expert System With Machine Learning.pdfMarch 2015pdf fileMeteor 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
Principles and procedures for handling out-of-domain and indeterminate results as part of ICH M7 recommended (Q)SAR analysesDecember 2018
Scientific Update - March 2015.pdfMarch 2015pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusMirabilis
Self Organising Hypothesis Networks - Organising QSAR knowledge.pdfSeptember 2014pdf fileSarah Nexus
Self organising hypothesis networks: a new approach for representing and structuring SAR knowledgeMay 2014Sarah Nexus
Skin Sensitisation - Negative Predictions, Validations and Integrated Testing StrategiesOctober 2016pdf fileDerek Nexus
Strengthening the Case for in silico GTI Assessments.pdfMarch 2013pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
Supporting Lhasa Members in a Regulatory SettingJune 2018pdf file
Supporting members with the emerging ICH M7 guidelines.pdfDecember 2013pdf fileDerek NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
The Future Direction of Lhasa LimitedOctober 2017pdf file
The use of integrated in silico solutions under the proposed ICH M7 guidelines final.pdfMarch 2014pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus
Undertaking Expert Review under ICH M7 - A Practical GuideDecember 2015pdf fileDerek NexusSarah Nexus

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