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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Metabolism: a Bottleneck in in Vitro Toxicological Test Development. The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 54COECKE SANDRA; AHR Hans; BLAAUBOER Bas J.; BREMER SUSANNE; CASATI SILVIA; CASTELL José; COMBES Robert; CORVI RAFFAELLA; CRESPI Charles L.; CUNNINGHAM Michael L., et alArticles in Journals
2003Methods for Reliability and Uncertainty Assessment and for Applicability Evaluations of Classification- and Regression-Based QSARs.ERIKSSON Lennart; JAWORSKA Joanna; WORTH Andrew; CRONIN Mark; MC DOWELL Robert; GRAMATICA PaolaArticles in Journals
2008A Mini Review of Mammalian Toxicity (Q)SAR ModelsNETZEVA TATIANA; WORTH ANDREW; TSAKOVSKA Ivanka; LESSIGIARSKA IglikaArticles in Journals
2008Mode of Action-based Classification and Prediction of Activity of Uncouplers for the Screening of Chemical InventoriesSPYCHER Simon; NETZEVA Tatiana I.; WORTH Andrew; ESCHER Beate I.Articles in Journals
2009Modeling the Structure-Property Relationships of Nanoneedles: A Journey Toward NanomedicinePOATER Albert; GALLEGOS SALINER Ana; CARBO-DORCA Ramon; POATER Jordi; SOLA Miquel; CAVALLO Luigi; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2010Open Source Tools For Read Across And Category FormationJELIAZKOVA Nina; JAWORSKA Joanna; WORTH AndrewArticles in books
2009Overcoming Barriers to Validation of Non-animal Partial Replacement Methods/Integrated Testing Strategies: The Report of an EPAA-ECVAM Workshop.KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; AKKAN Zerin; CASATI Silvia; COECKE Sandra; CORVI Raffaella; DAL NEGRO Gianni; DE BRUIJN Jack; DE SILVA Odile; GRIBALDO Laura; GRIESINGER Claudius, et alArticles in Journals
2008Possible Application of Non-Testing Methods in Setting Environmental Quality Standards (EQS)CRANE Mark; WATTS Christopher; DAGINNUS Klaus; WORTH AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Predicting toxicity of nanoparticlesBURELLO ENRICO; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2007Predicting Toxicological and Ecotoxicological EndpointsWORTH ANDREW; NETZEVA TATIANA; TIER GRACEArticles in books
2001Prediction Models for Eye Irritation Potential Based on Endpoints of the HETCAM and Neutral Red Assays.WORTH Andrew; CRONIN MarkArticles in Journals
2011Prediction of acute rodent toxicity on the basis of chemical structure and physicochemical similarityRAEVSKY Oleg; GRIGOR¿EV Veniamin; LIPLAVSKAYA Ekaterina; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2010Prediction of Acute Toxicity to Mice by the Arithmetic Mean Toxicity (AMT) Modelling ApproachRAEVSKY Oleg; GRIGOR¿EV Veniamin; MODINA E; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2006Prediction of Estrogenicity: Validation of a Classification ModelGALLEGOS SALINER Ana; NETZEVA TATIANA; WORTH ANDREWArticles in Journals
2005Preliminary Analysis of an Aquatic Toxicity Dataset and Assessment of QSAR Models for NarcosisPAVAN MANUELA; WORTH ANDREW; NETZEVA TATIANAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002The Principles of Validation and the ECVAM Validation Process.WORTH Andrew; BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
2004The Prospects for Using (Q)SARs in a Changing Political Environment. High Expectations and a Key Role for the Commission's Joint Research Centre.WORTH Andrew; VAN LEEUWEN Cees; HARTUNG ThomasContributions to Conferences
2008Publicly-accessible QSAR Software Tools Developed by the Joint Research CentrePAVAN Manuela; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2013QSAR and Metabolic Assessment Tools in the Assessment of GenotoxicityWORTH Andrew; LAPENNA SILVIA; SERAFIMOVA ROSITSAArticles in books
2005QSAR investigation of a Large Data Set for Fish, Algae and Daphnia ToxicityLESSIGIARSKA Iglika; WORTH ANDREW; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN BIRGIT; JERAM Sonja; DEARDEN John; NETZEVA TATIANA; MARK CroninContributions to Conferences
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