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Distributed Structure-Searchable Toxicity (DSSTox) Database Network is a project of EPA's National Center for Computational Toxicology, helping to build a public data foundation for improved structure-activity and predictive toxicology capabilities. The DSSTox website provides a public forum for publishing downloadable, structure-searchable, standardized chemical structure files associated with chemical inventories or toxicity data sets of environmental relevance. More

Graphic linking to EPA DSSTox Structure-Browser v1.0v 2.0

DSSTox Structure-Browser information Page


10 April 2012

TOXCST: Research Chemical Inventory for EPA's ToxCastTM Program Structure-Index File Updated File
Structure-index file containing the full library listing of 1940 unique compounds in all phases of EPA's ToxCastâ„¢ high-throughput screening program, including coverage of the original Phase I (v1_309) set, an updated Phase I set (v2_293), 767 new unique compounds added in Phase II and 880 newly added for the e1k endocrine assay screening program.

TOX21S: Tox21 Chemical Inventory for High-Throughput Screening Structure-Index File Updated File
Structure-index file containing the revised full library of 8193 unique compounds (a total of more than 10,000 chemicals with duplicates) being tested in the Tox21 high-throughput screening program, with compound set contributions from three of the main Tox21 partners (U.S. EPA, National Toxicology Program, and NIH's Chemical Genomics Center).

09 August 2011

Problem Resolution: DSSTox Structure Browser works in Mozilla FireFox v 5.0 or newer from a revised URL: http://epa.gov/dsstox_structurebrowser/

For complete listing of past DSSTox postings, see Recent Additions & History

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