QSAR Flex is a novel software tool that provides high quality (Q)SAR models, databases, read-across modules and various tools for the application of novel computational approaches for risk assessment of chemical compounds and is especially suitable for complex toxicological end points, like nitrosamine carcinogenicity assessments.
- Nitrosamine carcinogenic risk assessment using novel analog search methods
- Physicochemical property prediction- LogP, water solubility, vapor pressure, etc.
Nitrosamine Carcinogenicity evaluations using QSAR Flex are supplemented and enhanced by a database of known carcinogens.
All data contains relevant long-term carcinogenesis bioassay data and derived rodent carcinogenicity TD50 values as a measure of carcinogenic potency.
You can process thousands of query chemicals in matter of minutes using QSAR Flex. The program performs a local similarity analog search in relation to a data poor query chemicals to seek relevant carcinogenicity data. Browse the individual query chemical analog results by clicking the TD50 value cell inside the N-nitroso Carcinogenicity column.
QSAR Flex physicochemical property modules will perform a database search or prediction for physicochemical properties, including logP and water solubility.
QSAR Flex analog data can be exported to an Excel file. An easy to use wizard helps you in this regard. Both batch mode and single chemical results can be exported along with the calculated TD5o values and physicochemical descriptors.
Bioassay data including study duration and number of animals is available for both the query chemical and relevant analogs.