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Approach to Identifying Specialized Batteries of Bioassays for Specific Classes of Chemicals: Class Analysis Using Mutagenicity and Carcinogenicity Relationships and Phylogenetic Concordance and Discordance Patterns. 1. Composition and Analysis of the Overall Data Base. A Report of Phase 2 of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Gene-Tox Program.
Derivation and Significance of Valence Molecular Connectivity.
Establishment of operational guidelines for Texas coastal zone management : final report on resource capability units II : land resources of the Coastal Bend Region, Texas /
Molecular Connectivity Study of Phenols and Their Toxicity to Fish.
Quantitation of Solvent Polarity Based on Molecular Structure.
Relation of Molecular Connectivity to Molecular Volume and Biological Activity.
Structural Influences and Mechanisms of Toxic Effects of Alcohols and Their Derivatives.
Structure-Activity Relationship Studies on the Toxicities of Benzene Derivatives: 1. An Additivity Model.
Structure-Toxicity Relationships of Selected Nitrogenous Heterocyclic Compounds. 3. Relations Using Molecular Connectivity.
Use of Molecular Negentropy to Encode Structure Governing Biological Activity.
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