OpenTox: An open-source web-service platform for toxicity prediction (ACS Presentation) by
     David A Gallagher, Sunil Chawla, Barry Hardy, Wed. 30th March 2011, Anaheim, CA, USA
     On-line ACS recording (slides & audio, 30mins)  click "VIEW" button to start

OpenTox publication: Collaborative development of predictive toxicology applications, B. Hardy et al,
        Journal of Cheminformatics 2010, 2:7, Aug 2010 (doi:10.1186/1758-2946-2-7)    

- an EC funded FP7 Research Project (1 September 2008 - 2011)
        OpenTox is a EC funded project to create an open source framework for  unified access to toxicity data and    
        QSAR    (quantitative structure-activity relationships) models with supporting validation and
        interpretation. Uses semantic web principles and ontologies.
Barry Hardy of Douglas Connect in Basel, Switzerland,
        is managing the project and coordinating the consortium of QSAR specialists which includes
Sunil Chawla of
        Seascape Learning collaborating with Dr. Indira Ghosh of
School of Computational and Integrative Sciences, JNU,
India. OpenTox address aspects of the REACH legislation and extend access
        to non-animal-testing methods for toxicologists and other scientists who are not experts in QSAR.

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