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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2001The Use of Bootstrap Resampling to Assess the Uncertainty of Cooper Statistics.WORTH Andrew; CRONIN MarkArticles in Journals
2001The Use of Bootstrap Resampling to Assess the Variability of Draize Tissue Scores.WORTH Andrew; CRONIN MarkArticles in Journals
2003The Use of Discriminant Analysis, Logistic Regression and Classification Tree Analysis in the Development of Qualification Models for Human Health Effects.WORTH Andrew; CRONIN MarkArticles in Journals
2001The Use of pH Measurements to Predict the Potential of Chemicals to Cause Acute Dermal and Ocular Toxicity.WORTH Andrew; CRONIN MarkArticles in Journals
2003Use of QSARs in International Decision-Making Frameworks to Predict Health Effects of Chemical Substances.CRONIN Mark; JAWORSKA Joanna; WALKER John; COMBER Michael; WATTS Christopher; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2003Use of Quantitative Structrure-Activity Relationships in International Decision-Making Frameworks to Predict Ecologic Effects and Environmental Fate of Chemical Substances.CRONIN Mark; WALKER John; JAWORSKA Joanna; COMBER Michael; WATTS Christopher; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2006Validation of Counter Propagation Neural Network Models for Predictive Toxicology According to the OECD Principles. A Case StudyVRACKO GROBELSEK Marjan; BANDELJ Vinko; BARBIERI Pierluigi; BENFENATI Emilio; CHAUDHRY Quasim; CRONIN MARK; DEVILLERS James; GALLEGOS SALINER Ana; GINI Guiseppina; GRAMATICA Paola, et alArticles in Journals
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