Several toxicity databases are available. They address different endpoints, chemicals, and have different format. Check should be done if the collection of data has been curated.
The DSSTox database gather a series of collections of curated datasets:
Below is reported a list of resources containing links to databases:
Databases of calculated properties
Databases of chemical structures
Several platforms of QSAR models exist. The ANTARES project lists hundreds of QSAR models, tens of them are freely available.
Some well known platforms are:
VEGA: The ORCHESTRA project, with ANTARES, has developed the VEGA platform, which incorporates CAESAR and T.E.S.T. models into a single framework. An advantage of the VEGA platform is the facilitated and supported user-access: supporting information, tutorials and videos are all available on the web site. It has been developed from the point of view of the user, and of the REACH requirements. Each model produces not only a predicted value, but also many pages of explanation and assessment of its reliability.
- About Orchestra
- About In-silico
- Why use in-silico?
- News & Activities
- Get Involved