The category approach used in the Toolbox:
- Focuses on intrinsic properties of chemicals (mechanism or mode of action, (eco-)toxicological effects).
- Allows for entire categories of chemicals to be assessed when only a few members are tested, saving costs and the need for testing on animals.
- Enables robust hazard assessment through mechanistic comparisons without testing.
The QSAR Toolbox is a software intended to be used by governments, the chemical industry and other stakeholders to fill gaps in (eco-)toxicity data needed for assessing the hazards of chemicals. The Toolbox incorporates information and tools from various sources into a logical workflow. Grouping chemicals into chemical categories is crucial to this workflow.
More about (Q)SARs
QSAR Toolbox 3.4 now available for free download.
New sub-version contains among others: updated databases, profilers, metabolic simulators, and bug fixes. For more details please consult release notes.
QSAR Toolbox 3.3.5 now available for free download.
New sub-version contains updated endpoint vs. endpoint correlation, addition of the chemical IDs in export function, and bug fixes. For more details please consult release notes.
QSAR Toolbox 3.3.2 now available for free download.
New sub-version contain updated Cramer schemes, usability improvements and bug fixes, for more details please consult release notes.