An EU project called ToxBank has launched its “data warehouse”, containing detailed test data from Seurat-1, the EU’s largest collaborative project on alternative testing (CW 8 May 2014). The data warehouse is publicly available upon request. The database brings together data from a wide variety of experiments to allow an “integrated analysis of the evidence”, says Barry Hardy, ToxBank scientific coordinator from technology development company, Douglas Connect.
We are pleased to inform that we are commencing providing public acccess to the ToxBank Data Warehouse. Public access to the data warehouse may be requested using the form available at:
Users may access protocols or data that have been made available within the ToxBank Data Warehouse.
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