Assessing toxicological data quality: basic principles, existing schemes and current limitations.

@article{Przybylak2012AssessingTD,
  title={Assessing toxicological data quality: basic principles, existing schemes and current limitations.},
  author={Katarzyna R. Przybylak and Judith C. Madden and Mark T. D. Cronin and Mark Hewitt},
  journal={SAR and QSAR in environmental research},
  year={2012},
  volume={23 5-6},
  pages={435-59}
}
Existing toxicological data may be used for a variety of purposes such as hazard and risk assessment or toxicity prediction. The potential use of such data is, in part, dependent upon their quality. Consideration of data quality is of key importance with respect to the application of chemicals legislation such as REACH. Whether data are being used to make regulatory decisions or build computational models, the quality of the output is reflected by the quality of the data employed. Therefore… CONTINUE READING