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CAESAR models for developmental toxicity
BackgroundThe new REACH legislation requires assessment of a large number of chemicals in the European market for several endpoints. Developmental toxicity is one of the most difficult endpoints toExpand
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Italian marine reserve effectiveness: Does enforcement matter?
Marine protected areas (MPAs) have become popular tools worldwide for ecosystem conservation and fishery management. Fish assemblages can benefit from protection provided by MPAs, especially thoseExpand
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VEGA-QSAR: AI Inside a Platform for Predictive Toxicology
Computer simulation and predictive models are widely used in engineering, much less considered in life sciences. We present an initiative aimed to establish a dialogue within the community ofExpand
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Automatic knowledge extraction from chemical structures: the case of mutagenicity prediction
This work proposes a new structure–activity relationship (SAR) approach to mine molecular fragments that act as structural alerts for biological activity. The entire process is designed to fit withExpand
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Density, territory size, breeding success and diet of a Tawny Owl Strix aluco population in a mediterranean urban area (Rome, Italy)
Nous avons etudie les Chouettes hulottes pendant 15 annees de 1984 a 1998 dans la ville de Rome. Densite, superficie du territoire et reussite de la reproduction ont ete etudiees principalement auExpand
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Notes on the diet successful and failed breeding Tawny Owls [Strix aluco] in urban Rome, Italy
The authors compared the breeding diet of successful and unsuccessful pairs of Tawny Owls in urban Rome to estimate the relative importance of different prey groups to owl reproduction. TheyExpand
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Comparison of in silico tools for evaluating rat oral acute toxicity†
Different in silico models have been developed and implemented for the evaluation of mammalian acute toxicity, exploring acute oral toxicity data expressed as median lethal dose (LD50). We comparedExpand
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QSAR modelling of the toxicity to Tetrahymena pyriformis by balance of correlations
Balance of correlations is an approach to build up quantitative structure–property/activity relationships (QSPR/QSAR). This approach is based on a split into the subtraining, calibration and testExpand
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