Developing an interoperable predictive toxicology framework

The goal of OpenTox

is to develop an interoperable predictive toxicology framework which may be used as an enabling platform for the creation of predictive toxicology applications.

OpenTox applications can combine multiple web services providing users access to distributed toxicological resources including data, computer models, validation and reporting. Applications are based on use cases that satisfy user needs in predictive toxicology.

Different sections of the OpenTox website are used to involve users, advisors, collaborators and developers in the OpenTox Community approach to development, and to provide updates on news and developments.

Some main content areas of the web site are Toxicity Prediction, OpenTox Blog, Development and OpenToxipedia which are also available from the site’s top level.

 To access OpenTox-related presentations and reports please visit the Reading Room.

For further information on OpenTox programs or to discuss opportunities and potential for collaboration or your requirements as a user, please contact the project coordinator Dr. Barry Hardy (barry.hardy AT douglasconnect.com), Tel: +41 61 851 0170.