the LIFE CONCERT REACH project
A new network of in silico models to cope with REACH requirements for (Q)SAR and read - across: the LIFE CONCERT REACH project
In silico models such as (Q)SAR and read-across workflows represent nowadays widely used and increasingly accepted tools for estimation of physico-chemical, environmental fate and (eco)toxicological properties. The availability of freely accessible models to cover all possible endpoints of interest is however still limited. Moreover, the compliance of available tools and the produced results with the regulatory requirements (e.g.OECD principles for (Q)SAR validation, Read-Across Assessment Framework (RAAF)) have room for improvement.
If you want to learn more, please contact Roldolfo Gonella Diaza.
Rodolfo Gonella Diaza1, Andrzej Szymoszek1, Antje Gerloff-Elias1, Eva Bay Wedebye2, Nina Jeliazkova3, Alberto Manganaro4, Paolo Manes5, Emilio Benfenati6
1knoell Germany GmbH, Germany; 2Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 3IdeaConsult Ltd., Bulgaria; 4Kode s.r.l., Italy; 5SC Sviluppo chimica S.p.A., Italy; 6Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri IRCCS, Italy
Event: SETAC Europe 2019, Helsinki, Finland