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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 25, Number 5, 4 May 2014

QSARs for aquatic toxicity: celebrating, extending and displaying the pioneering contributions of Ferguson, Konemann and Veith
pp. 343-355(13)
Authors: Mackay, D.; Arnot, J.A.; Celsie, A.; Orazietti, A.; Parnis, J.M.

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Building on a solid foundation: SAR and QSAR as a fundamental strategy to reduce animal testing
pp. 357-365(9)
Authors: Sullivan, K.M.; Manuppello, J.R.; Willett, C.E.

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TIMES-SS – Recent refinements resulting from an industrial skin sensitisation consortium
pp. 367-391(25)
Authors: Patlewicz, G.; Kuseva, C.; Mehmed, A.; Popova, Y.; Dimitrova, G.; Ellis, G.; Hunziker, R.; Kern, P.; Low, L.; Ringeissen, S.; Roberts, D.W.; Mekenyan, O.

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Discriminating toxicant classes by mode of action: 4. Baseline and excess toxicity
pp. 393-405(13)
Authors: Nendza, M.; Müller, M.; Wenzel, A.

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Modelling the binding affinity of steroids to zebrafish sex hormone-binding globulin
pp. 407-421(15)
Authors: Saxena, A.K.; Devillers, J.; Pery, A.R.R.; Beaudouin, R.; Balaramnavar, V.M.; Ahmed, S.

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