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Computational Toxicology Projects

Computational toxicology uses mathematics, informatics, and computer models to better understand toxicity mechanisms and predict toxic effects.

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Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs)

AOPs outline the mechanisms of substance toxicity by creating models based on historical data. Learn more about NICEATM contributions to developing adverse outcome pathways. Go
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Computational Models of Chemical Activity

NICEATM scientists are developing models that predict toxicity without the need for animal testing. Read more about these math-based models. Go
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Defined Approaches to Testing & Assessment

A defined approach uses input data and a data interpretation procedure to provide toxicity information. Learn about defined approaches developed by NICEATM. Go
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ICE: Integrated Chemical Environment

ICE provides data and tools to help with development and evaluation of new testing approaches. Explore and query current ICE data. Go
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In Vitro to In Vivo Extrapolation (IVIVE)

NICEATM's computational toxicologists are developing methods for conducting IVIVE analyses. Learn more about this extrapolation process. Go