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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 19, Numbers 7-8, October 2008

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A solvatochromatic approach to quantifying formulation effects on dermal permeability
pp. 615-630(16)
Authors: Baynes, R. E.; Xia, X. -R.; Vijay, V.; Riviere, J. E.

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QSAR models for reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption in regulatory use - a preliminary investigation
pp. 631-641(11)
Authors: Jensen, G. E.; Niemela, J. R.; Wedebye, E. B.; Nikolov, N. G.

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Binary classification models for endocrine disrupter effects mediated through the estrogen receptor
pp. 697-733(37)
Authors: Roncaglioni, A.; Piclin, N.; Pintore, M.; Benfenati, E.

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Probabilistic neural networks modeling of the 48-h LC50 acute toxicity endpoint to Daphnia magna
pp. 735-750(16)
Authors: Niculescu, S. P.; Lewis, M. A.; Tigner, J.

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Definition of the structural domain of the baseline non-polar narcosis model for Tetrahymena pyriformis
pp. 751-783(33)
Authors: Ellison, C. M.; Cronin, M. T. D.; Madden, J. C.; Schultz, T. W.

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Referees for volume 19
pp. 801-802(2)

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