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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Review of Literature-Based Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Models for BioconcentrationPAVAN MANUELA; NETZEVA TATIANA; WORTH ANDREWArticles in Journals
2010Review of QSAR Models and Software Tools for predicting Acute and Chronic Systemic ToxicityLAPENNA SILVIA; FUART GATNIK Mojca; WORTH AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Review of QSAR Models and Software Tools for predicting Biokinetic PropertiesMOSTRAG-SZLICHTYNG A.; WORTH AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Review of QSAR Models and Software Tools for Predicting Developmental and Reproductive ToxicityLO PIPARO ELENA; WORTH AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Review of QSAR Models and Software Tools for Predicting of Genotoxicity and CarcinogenicitySERAFIMOVA ROSITSA; FUART GATNIK Mojca; WORTH AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Review of Quantitative Structure Activity rRlationships for Acute Mammalian ToxicityTSAKOVSKA Ivanka; LESSIGIARSKA Iglika; NETZEVA TATIANA; PAJEVA Ilza; WORTH ANDREWArticles in Journals
2010Review of Software Tools for Toxicity PredictionFUART GATNIK Mojca; WORTH AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2001The Role of ECVAM in Promoting the Regulatory Acceptance of Alternative Methods in the European Union.WORTH Andrew; BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
2012Role of in silico genotoxicity tools in the regulatory assessment of pharmaceutical impuritiesFIORAVANZO Elena; BASSAN Arianna; PAVAN Manuela; MOSTRAG-SZLICHTYNG A.; WORTH AndrewContributions to Conferences
2010The role of QSAR methodology in the regulatory assessment of chemicalsWORTH AndrewArticles in books
2007The Role of the European Chemicals Bureau in Promoting the Regulatory Use of (Q)SAR MethodsWORTH ANDREW; BASSAN Arianna; DE BRUIJN JACOBUS; GALLEGOS SALINER Ana; PAVAN MANUELA; TIER GRACE; TSAKOVSKA Ivanka; EISENREICH STEVENContributions to Conferences
2004The Role of the Joint Research Centre in Promoting Possible Applications of (Q)SARs in the REACH Process.WORTH Andrew; NETZEVA TatianaContributions to Conferences
2013A rule for designing safer nanomaterials: do not interfere with the cellular redox equilibriumWORTH Andrew; BURELLO EnricoArticles in Journals
2008A Set of Case Studies to Illustrate the Applicability of DART (Decision Analysis by Ranking Techniques) in the Ranking of ChemicalsWORTH Andrew; PAVAN ManuelaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005A Similarity Based Approach for Chemical Category ClassificationGALLEGOS SALINER Ana; TIER GRACE; WORTH ANDREWEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Structural analysis and predictive value of the rodent in vivo micronucleus assay resultsBENIGNI Romualdo; BOSSA Cecilia; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2009Structural motifs modulating the carcinogenic risk of aromatic aminesBENIGNI Romualdo; WORTH Andrew; NETZEVA Tatiana; JELIAZKOVA Nina; BOSSA Cecilia; GRUSKA Andreas; FRANKE RainerArticles in Journals
2010Structure-Activity Relationships for Pharmacotoxicological EndpointsLESSIGIARSKA Iglika; WORTH Andrew; CRONIN MarkBooks
2000Structure-Permeability Relationships for Transcorneal Penetration.WORTH Andrew; CRONIN MarkArticles in Journals
2007Testing Strategies for the Prediction of Skin and Eye Irritation and Corrosion for Regulatory PurposesGALLEGOS SALINER Ana; WORTH ANDREWEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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