Flexible use of QSAR models in predictive toxicology: a case study on aromatic amines.

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Over the last years, predictive toxicology approaches based on Structure-Activity Relationships have emerged as fundamental tools in the regulatory assessments of chemicals, especially in those programs where regulatory constraints and assessment schemes limit the amount of data available from experimental test methods. Both the qualitative (e.g… (More)

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@article{Benigni2012FlexibleUO, title={Flexible use of QSAR models in predictive toxicology: a case study on aromatic amines.}, author={Romualdo Benigni and Cecilia Bossa}, journal={Environmental and molecular mutagenesis}, year={2012}, volume={53 1}, pages={62-9} }