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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 26, Number 3, 4 March 2015

A simple mechanistic model to interpret the effects of narcotics
pp. 165-180(16)
Authors: Baas, J.; Spurgeon, D.; Broerse, M.

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The application of machine learning to the modelling of percutaneous absorption: An overview and guide
pp. 181-204(24)
Authors: Ashrafi, P.; Moss, G.P.; Wilkinson, S.C.; Davey, N.; Sun, Y.

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Computational modelling of the antischistosomal activity for neolignan derivatives based on the MIA-SAR approach
pp. 205-216(12)
Authors: Duarte, M.H.; Barigye, S.J.; da Mota, E.G.; Freitas, M.P.

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A similarity-based QSAR model for predicting acute toxicity towards the fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas)
pp. 217-243(27)
Authors: Cassotti, M.; Ballabio, D.; Todeschini, R.; Consonni, V.

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Comparison of global and mode of action-based models for aquatic toxicity
pp. 245-262(18)
Authors: Martin, T.M.; Young, D.M.; Lilavois, C.R.; Barron, M.G.

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