Visit us at the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo 2023

Visit us at the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo 2023 is happy to attend the upcoming 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo of the Society of Toxicology in Nashville, Tennessee in March 2023. We invite you to visit our booth no. 1610 at the ToxExpo. We will demonstrate our suite of software tools and applications in the area of computational toxicology and safety and risk assessment. We are available to answer any questions regarding our technology and will be glad to help you finding the right solution for your challenges. In addition, please find below a list of scientific presentation related to our technology that will be given in the technical sessions at the 2023 SOT Annual Meeting. We are looking forward to meeting you.

Poster presentations

  • Assessment of Systemic Toxicity of Parents and Metabolites from a Chemical Mixture Perspective Using a Read-Across Approach Leveraging Metabolism Databases and Decision Theory J. Rathman1,2, C. Yang1,3, A. Mostrag-Szlichtyng1, T. Magdziarz3, J.V. Ribeiro1, and B. Hobocienski1 1MN-AM, Columbus, OH, USA, 2Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA, and 3MN-AM, Nuremberg, Germany Abstract 3701 Poster Board P186 Session Computational Toxicology II ToxExpo, Hall C Tusesday, March 21, 9:00am – 10:45am (Central)
  • Development of a Hybrid Chemotype Rulebase for In Silico Screening of Cholestasis M. Cronin1, C. Yang2,3, S. Belfield1, B. Hobocienski3, J. Firman1, T. Magdziarz2, A. Mostrag-Szlichtyng3, J. Rathman3, and J.V. Ribeiro3 1Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2MN-AM, Nuremberg, Germany, and 3MN-AM, Columbus, OH, USA Abstract 3685 Poster Board P170 Session Computational Toxicology II Tuesday, March 21, 9:00am – 10:45am (Central)

Special event

  • MN-AM, Molecular Networks Altamira Exhibitor-Hosted Session: Next Generation Risk Assessment using ChemTunes·ToxGPS® Databases, Computational Solutions and Workflows ChemTunes·ToxGPS® is an innovative chemoinformatics platform for chemical safety assessment with toxicity, ADME, and safety evaluation databases plus workflows for data gap filling by in silico techniques and read-across. Human and machine learning knowledge are combined by weight-of-evidence approaches.Attendees learn about new content and functionalities in ChemTunes·ToxGPS® with novel in silico tools (e.g., hybrid rules, assay profilers, POD bounds estimators, metabolizer, models) to identify high-quality analogs and to build endpoint-specific WOE-driven read-across, assessment tables, and reports. Nashville Music City Center, Room 101C Tuesday, March 21, 4:30pm – 5:30pm (Central) Download invitation

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