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Computational or in silico toxicology provides a quicker and cheaper alternative to traditional in vivo and in vitro methods and while interpretation of results must be approached with care, such a powerful tool cannot be ignored, say Adam Woolley and David Woolley at ForthTox.

Adam Woolley and David Woolley, ForthTox (March 2014)

Keywords: In silico, Toxicology, (Quantitative) structural activity relationship

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