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Final definition of case studies (Deliverable 1.3)

Jennings, Paul; Exner, Thomas; Farcal, Lucian; Oki, Noffisat; Sarimveis, Harry; Doganis, Philip; Jennen, Danyel; Geerke, Daan; Willighagen, Egon; Bois, Frederic; Rautenberg, Micha; Dudgeon, Tim; Hardy, Barry

OpenRiskNet case studies are used to test and evaluate solutions provided by the project to the predictive toxicology and risk assessment community, especially regarding the usability of the developed Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and the interoperability layer. These case studies will demonstrate the capabilities to satisfy the requirements of the different stakeholder groups, including researchers, risk assessors and regulators and present real-world applications such as systems biology approaches for grouping compounds, read-across applications using chemical and biological similarity, and identifying areas of concern based on in vitro and in silico approaches for compounds lacking any previous knowledge from animal experiments (ab initio case).

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