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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Chemical Reactivity Indices and Mechanism-Based Read-Across For Non-Animal Based Assessment of Skin Sensitisation PotentialROBERTS Dw; APTULA Ao; PATLEWICZ Grace; PEASE CamillaArticles in Journals
2007Electrophilic Chemistry Related to Skin Sensitization. Reaction Mechanistic Applicability Domain Classification for a Published Data Set of 106 Chemicals Tested in the Mouse Local Lymph Node AssayROBERTS Dw; APTULA Ao; TIER GRACEArticles in Journals
2007An Evaluation of Selected Global (Q)SARs/expert Systems for the Prediction of Skin Sensitisation PotentialTIER GRACE; APTULA AO; URIARTE EUGENIO; ROBERTS DW; KERN PETRA; GERBERICK FRANK; KIMBER IAN; DEARMAN REBECCA; RYAN CINDY; BASKETTER DAVIDArticles in Journals
2007Global (Q)SARs for Skin Sensitisation - Assessment Against OECD PrinciplesROBERTS Dw; APTULA Ao; CRONIN MARK; HULZEBOS E; TIER GRACEContributions to Conferences
2007Mechanistic Applicability Domain Classification Of A Local Lymph Node Assay Dataset For Skin SensitisationROBERTS DW; TIER GRACE; KERN PETRA; GERBERICK FRANK; KIMBER IAN; DEARMAN REBECCA; RYAN CINDY; BASKETTER DAVID; APTULA AOArticles in Journals
2006Mechanistic applicability domains fro non-animal based toxicological endpoints. QSAR analysis of the Schiff base applicability domain for skin sensitizationROBERTS Dw; APTULA Ao; TIER GRACEArticles in Journals
2007Skin Sensitisation (Q)SARs/Expert Systems: from Past, Present to FutureTIER GRACE; APTULA AO; ROBERTS DW; URIARTE EUGENIOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Skin Sensitisation and Epidermal Disposition: The Relevance of Epidermal Disposition for Sensitisation Hazard Identification and Risk AssessmentROVIDA MARIA; CASATI SILVIA; BASKETTER DAVID; PEASE Camilla; KIMBER IAN; CRONIN MARK; DIEMBECK Walter; TIER GRACE; ROBERTS DW; GERBERICK FRANK, et alArticles in Journals
2007TIMES-SS - A Mechanistic Evaluation of an External Validation Study Using Reaction Chemistry PrinciplesROBERTS DW; TIER GRACE; DIMITROV S; LOW L; APTULA AO; KERN PETRA; DIMITROVA G; COMBER M; PHILLIPS R; NIEMELA J, et alArticles in Journals
2007TIMES-SS - A Promising Tool for the Assessment of Skin Sensitisation Hazard - A Charcaterisation with Respect to the OECD Validation Principles for (Q)SARs and an External Evaluation for PredictivityTIER GRACE; DIMITROV S; LOW L; KERN PETRA; DIMITROVA G; COMBER M; APTULA Aynur; PHILLIPS R; NIEMELA J; MADSEN Charlotte, et alArticles in Journals
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