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Data & Resources


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Chemical Effects in Biological Systems

View individual data and summaries from NTP studies. Use guided searches to find organ sites with neoplasia, publications, and more. Go
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Data Tables for Peer Review

Review the growth, survival, pathology and other toxicology data tables that underlie NTP’s draft reports. Go
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Developmental NeuroToxicity Data Integration and Visualization Enabling Resource

Analyze, compare, and visualize multiple DNT assays in an interactive web-application. Go
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Historical Controls

View the growth, survival, and cancer incidence data from NTP rodent studies that serve as a reference point. Go


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NTP Archives

NTP Archives has an extensive collection of research specimens and supporting data from over 2000 studies. Browse archival resources. Go
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Alternative Toxicological Methods

Access resources and information that may be useful to developers of alternative test methods. Go
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Nonneoplastic Lesion Atlas

Search the atlas for high-quality images and descriptions of rodent nonneoplastic lesions. Go
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Tox21 Toolbox

Tox21 contains useful tools for visualizing the Tox21 quantitative HTS (qHTS) 10K library data. Access these tools. Go