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  • 4-June-2009

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    Validation of (Q)SAR Models

    The Toolbox is a software application intended to be used by governments, chemical industry and other stakeholders in filling gaps in (eco)toxicity data needed for assessing the hazards of chemicals. The Toolbox incorporates information and tools from various sources into a logical workflow. Crucial to this workflow is grouping chemicals into chemical categories.

  • 4-June-2009

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    History of the OECD (Q)SAR Project

    International co-operation among OECD member countries on (Q)SARs started in the early 1990s. The objective of the OECD (Q)SAR project is to facilitate practical application of (Q)SAR approaches in regulatory contexts by governments and industry and to improve their regulatory acceptance.

  • 4-June-2009

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    OECD QSAR Toolbox: Frequently Asked Questions

    The Toolbox is a software application intended to be used by governments, chemical industry and other stakeholders in filling gaps in (eco)toxicity data needed for assessing the hazards of chemicals. The Toolbox incorporates information and tools from various sources into a logical workflow. Crucial to this workflow is grouping chemicals into chemical categories.

  • 18-May-2009

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    Brochure - The Environment, Health and Safety Programme: Managing Chemicals Through OECD (2009-2012)

    The OECD has been working on environment, health and safety since 1971. The aims of this work are double: to protect health and the environment, while avoiding duplication of effort and ensuring that efficiencies are made and barriers to trade avoided.

  • 18-May-2009

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    Need for research and development programmes in sustainable chemistry

    The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to governments which would like to develop their own programmes to promote R&D in sustainable chemistry that take account of national priorities and policies.

  • 4-May-2009

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    Introduction to (Quantitative) Structure Activity Relationships

    Structure-Activity Relationship (SAR) is an approach designed to find relationships between chemical structure (or structural-related properties) and biological activity (or target property) of studied compounds. As such it is the concept of linking chemical structure to a chemical property (e.g., water solubility) or biological activity including toxicity (e.g., fish acute mortality). Qualitative SARs and quantitative SARs,

  • 17-April-2009

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    Preliminary Analysis of Exposure Measurement and Exposure Mitigation in Occupational Settings

    This report provides preliminary analyses and recommendations as well as brief summaries of background documen

  • 3-April-2009

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    Nanosafety Research Database Brochure

    As part of the OECD activities to promote international co-operation in addressing human health and environmental safety aspects of manufactured nanomaterials, the OECD has developed a global resource which details research projects that address safety issues of manufactured nanomaterials. This database holds details of completed, current and planned research projects on safety, which are to be updated and managed electronically by

  • 30-January-2009

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    Data Analysis of the Identification of Correlations between Polymer Characteristics and Potential for Health or Ecotoxicological Concern

    This document contains an analysis of data on 205 polymers to identify correlations between polymer characteristics and the potential for health or ecotoxicological concern.

  • 28-January-2009

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    Sponsorship Programme for the Testing of Manufactured Nanomaterials

    OECD’s Working Party on Manufactured Nanomaterials (WPMN) launched a Sponsorship Programme in November 2007. The programme involves OECD member countries, as well as some non-member economies and other stakeholders to pool expertise and to fund the safety testing of specific Manufactured Nanomaterials (MNs). In launching this Sponsorship Programme, the WPMN agreed on a priority list of 13 MNs for testing (based on materials which are

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