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Assessing Confidence in Predictions.wmvMay 2013Derek Nexus
Benchmarking Assessment of Salmonella Mutagenicity QSAR Models for Potential Use Under ICH M7.pdfMarch 2014pdf fileSarah Nexus
Beyond Simple Chemical Structure Similarity AssessmentFebruary 2018pdf file
Biotransformation Pathways of Biocides and Pharmaceuticals in Freshwater CrustaceansFebruary 2013Meteor Nexus
Bis-benzyl protected 6-amino cyclitols are poisonous to Pd/C catalysed hydrogenolysis of benzyl ethersApril 2004
Building an Expert Computer System to Predict Degradation PathwaysSeptember 2009pdf fileZeneth
Building models of bacterial mutagenicity from biased training data.pdfMarch 2015pdf fileSarah Nexus
Building Models within Sarah Nexus.pdfSeptember 2014pdf fileSarah Nexus
Can in silico models be used in place of the LLNA to predict the skin sensitisation of cosmeticsNovember 2016pdf fileDerek Nexus
Can public data improve mutagenicity predictions for proprietary compounds.pdfMarch 2014pdf fileDerek Nexus
Capturing and curating in vitro data from diverse sources to support MIE investigation for hepatotoxicityNovember 2015pdf file
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
CDR2016.1 Release NotesJuly 2016pdf fileMIP DILI
CDR2017.1.0 Release NotesMay 2017pdf fileMIP DILI
Characterisation of data resources for in silico modelling: benchmark datasets for ADME propertiesApril 2017
Cheminformatics from end-user perspective: Past, present and futureApril 2016pdf file
CIGAA - Consortium for the Investigation of Genotoxicity of Aromatic Amines.pdfNovember 2015pdf fileZeneth
Codes of Practice.pdfDecember 2008pdf file
Collaborative Solutions to ICH M7.pdfJune 2013pdf fileDerek NexusSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
Combined Use of a Database and an Expert System as an In Silico Tool for Predicting Toxicity.pdfSeptember 2011pdf fileDerek NexusVitic Nexus
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
Computational Approaches to Managing Mutagenicity Risk for ICH M7 and Beyond.pdfMarch 2015pdf fileDerek NexusMirabilisSarah NexusVitic NexusZeneth
Computational approaches to managing mutagenicity risk for ICHM7 and beyondJuly 2015pdf fileDerek NexusMeteor NexusMirabilisSarah NexusVitic Nexus

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