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A thermodynamic QSAR analysis of the polysubstrate monooxygenase responsed to xenobiotic chemicalsHOLLEBONE, B. R; BROWNLEE, L. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 157-168, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Assessment of effect levels of chemicals from quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR) models. I: Chronic lowest-observed-adverse-effect level (LOAEL)MUMTAZ, M. M; KNAUF, L. A; RAMANUJAM, V. M. S et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 131-143, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The application of dosimetry models to identify key processes and parameters for default dose-response assessment approachesJARABEK, A. M.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 171-184, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

NIEHS perspectives on collaboration among government, academia, and industryOLDEN, K.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 287-289, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Perspectives on collaboration and infrastructure development : industry perspectivesKNAAK, J. B.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 305-312, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Physiologically based pharmacokinetic models : mathematical fundamentals and simulation implementationsHOANG, K.-C. T.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 99-106, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The identification and testing of interaction patternsDURKIN, P; HERTZBERG, R; STITELER, W et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 251-264, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Information needed to support hazard identification and risk assessment of toxic substancesSCHEUPLEIN, R. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 23-28, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Summary of panel discussion on the 'advantages/limitations/uncertainties in the use of physiologically based pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic models in hazard identification and risk assessment of toxic substances'FREDERICK, C. B.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 201-206, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The application of physiologically based pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PBPK/PD) modeling to understanding the mechanism of action of hazardous substancesMEDINSKY, M. A.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 185-191, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The expanding role of quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR) in toxicologyHANSCH, C; HOEKMAN, D; LEO, A et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 45-53, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Use of mechanistic and pharmacokinetic data for risk assessment at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)SCHWETZ, B. A.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 29-32, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Decision support methodologies for human health risk assessment of toxic substancesWILSON, Jewell D; CIBULAS, William; DEROSA, Christopher T et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, issn 0378-4274, 320 p.Conference Proceedings

Achieving credibility in risk assessment modelsKOHN, M. C.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 107-114, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Development of partition coefficients, Vmax and Km values, and allometric relationshipsKNAAK, J. B; AL-BAYATI, M. A; RAABE, O. G et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 87-98, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Extrapolation of physiological parameters for physiologically based simulation modelsFISEROVA-BERGEROVA, V.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 77-86, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Quantitative structure-activity relationships and ecological risk assessment : an overview of predictive aquatic toxicology researchBRADBURY, S. P.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 229-237, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The application of physiologically based pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PBPK/PD) modeling for exploring risk assessment approaches of chemical mixturesYANG, R. S. H; EL-MASRI, H. A; THOMAS, R. S et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 193-200, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Use of graph theoretic parameters in risk assessment of chemicalsBASAK, S. C; BERTELSEN, S; GRUNWALD, G. D et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 239-250, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Risk assessment and research : an essential linkVANDENBERG, J. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 17-22, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

ATSDR's information databases to support human health risk assessment of hazardous substancesJOHNSON, B. L.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 11-16, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Decision support methodologies for human health assessment of toxic substances : Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry's perspectives on collaboration and infrastructure development among government, academia, and industryDEROSA, C. T.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 283-285, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Development of physiologically based pharmacokinetic and physiologically based pharmacodynamic models for applications in toxicology and risk assessmentANDERSEN, M. E.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 35-44, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Extrapolating the future : research trends in modelingMENZEL, D. B.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 299-303, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Perspectives on collaboration and infrastructures development, academia, and industryO'FLAHERTY, E. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 297-298, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

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