COMPUTATIONAL NANOTOXICOLOGY: PREDICTING TOXICITY OF NANOPARTICLES

Enrico Burello & Andrew Worth

 

Nature Nanotechnology 6,138–139 (2011)
doi:10.1038/nnano.2011.27
Published online 04 March 2011

 

A statistical model based on a quantitative structure–activity relationship accurately predicts the cytotoxicity of various metal oxide nanoparticles, thus offering a way to rapidly screen nanomaterials and prioritize testing. >>

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Tags: computational_nanotoxicology, emerging_technologies, nanotoxicology, pattern_recognition, predictive_medicine, scientific_computing

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Comment by Amit Kumar sharma on April 30, 2011 at 6:34am

Goodmorning Sir,

                          Thanks for your reply and kind valuable support for computational toxicology work. My mail ID is amit.db9180@gmail.com

Thanking you sir.


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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on April 30, 2011 at 5:20am
Amit- I cannot upload the licensed copy but I will share my pdf file if you send to me your e-mail address.           

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Comment by Amit Kumar sharma on April 28, 2011 at 9:51am

Kindly send this article for study purpose.

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