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In Silico Prediction of DILI - Extraction of Histopathology Data from Preclinical Toxicity Data Studies of the eTOX Database for new In SIlico Models of HepatotoxicityMarch 2018pdf fileETOX
In Silico Prediction Of Excess Reactive Oxygen Species Generation By Metabolic Oxidation-Reduction Cycling Of HydroquinonesSeptember 2017pdf file
In silico Prediction of Forced Degradation and interactions with excipients .pdfJanuary 2012pdf fileZeneth
In silico prediction of metabolism - factoring depth.pdfOctober 2011pdf fileMeteor Nexus
In Silico Prediction of Metabolism A Review of Oxidative N-Dealkylation Biotransformations.pdfJune 2012pdf fileMeteor Nexus
In Silico Prediction of Pharmaceutical Degradation Pathways: A Benchmarking StudyOctober 2014Zeneth
In Silico Prediction of Reaction Intermediates.May 2008pdf fileMeteor Nexus
In silico prediction of the skin sensitisation potential of non-quinonoid Michael acceptors: new reactivity assessments and evidence based precursor selectionSeptember 2017pdf fileDerek Nexus
In Silico Predictive Approaches to Degradation Using ZenethMay 2017pdf fileZeneth
In Silico Strategies to Assess Potentially Mutagenic Impurities Under ICH M7March 2017pdf fileDerek NexusSarah NexusMirabilisVitic Nexus
In silico systems conforming to the OECD Principles for (Q)SAR Validation.pdfNovember 2010pdf fileDerek Nexus
In Silico Systems For The Prediction Of ToxicityJanuary 2013pdf fileDerek Nexus
In silico toxicity profiling of natural product compound libraries from African flora with anti-malarial and anti-HIV propertiesFebruary 2018Derek Nexus
Incorporation of in vitro skin sensitisation information in a chemical database.pdfSeptember 2012pdf fileVitic Nexus
Industry Perspective on the Application of Expert Chemical Reasoning in the Evaluation of Potential Mutagenic ImpuritiesNovember 2017pdf file
Inroads to Predict in Vivo Toxicology - An Introduction to the eTOX ProjectMarch 2012ETOXVitic Nexus
Integrated hazard identification of chemical sensitizers using in vitro and in silico readouts - A comparative evaluation of predictive performanceAugust 2017pdf fileDerek Nexus
Integrating Animal Data From The Past With Future CDISC-SEND Compliant Data (eTOX Part VI)March 2016pdf fileETOX
Intermediates Database 2018.1.0 Release NotesJune 2018pdf fileIntermediatesVitic Nexus
Interpretable Ames prediction poster.pdfJune 2012pdf file
Interpretable Ames prediction presentation.pdfJune 2012pdf file
Interpretation and mining of statistical machine learning (Q)SAR models for toxicity predictionFebruary 2016pdf file
Interpretation of statistical machine learning models for Ames mutagenicity.pdfJuly 2013pdf file
Interpreting ICH Q11: A Risk Assessment Tool for Assessing Starting Material AcceptabilityNovember 2017
Introducing eTOX.pdfAugust 2012pdf fileETOXVitic Nexus

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