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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Alternative (Non-Animal) Methods for Cosmetics Testing: Current Status and Future Prospects - 2010ADLER Sarah; BASKETTER David; CRETON Stuart; PELKONEN Olavi; VAN BENTHEM Jan; ZUANG Valerie; ANDERSEN Klaus; ANGERS ALEXANDRE; APTULA Aynur; PRICE Anna; BENFENATI Emilio; BERNAUER Ulrike; BESSEMS Jos; BOIS Frederic; BOOBIS Alan; BRANDON Esther; BREMER Susanne; BROSCHARD Thomas; CASATI Silvia; COECKE Sandra; CORVI Raffaella; CRONIN Mark; DASTON George; DEKANT Wolfgang; FELTER Susan; GRIGNARD ELISE; GUNDERT-REMY Ursula; HEINONEN Tuula; KIMBER Ian; KLEINJANS Jos; KOMULAINEN Hannu; KREILING Reinhard; KREYSA JOACHIM; LOIZOU George D.; MAXWELL Gavin, et alArticles in Journals
2010The Applicability of Software Tools for Genotoxicity and Carcinogenicity Prediction: Case Studies relevant to the Assessment of PesticidesWORTH Andrew; LAPENNA SILVIA; LO PIPARO ELENA; MOSTRAG-SZLICHTYNG A.; SERAFIMOVA ROSITSAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011A Framework for assessing in silico Toxicity Predictions: Case Studies with selected PesticidesWORTH Andrew; LAPENNA SILVIA; LO PIPARO ELENA; MOSTRAG-SZLICHTYNG A.; SERAFIMOVA ROSITSAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013QSAR and Metabolic Assessment Tools in the Assessment of GenotoxicityWORTH Andrew; LAPENNA SILVIA; SERAFIMOVA ROSITSAArticles in books
2010Review of QSAR Models and Software Tools for Predicting of Genotoxicity and CarcinogenicitySERAFIMOVA ROSITSA; FUART GATNIK Mojca; WORTH AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011The Use of Computational Methods in the Toxicological Assessment of Chemicals in Food: Current Status and Future ProspectsWORTH Andrew; FUART GATNIK Mojca; LAPENNA SILVIA; LO PIPARO ELENA; MOSTRAG-SZLICHTYNG A.; SERAFIMOVA ROSITSAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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