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The projects constituting the SEURAT-1 research initiative have received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013). The projects constituting the SEURAT-1 research initiative have received financing from Cosmetics Europe.

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Use lazar framework for toxicity predictions (In silico, ToxBank)

12/04/2012
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The easiest way to use lazar is through the In silico public webinterface http://lazar.in-silico.ch (an update to the latest version of our libraries is planned for the next weeks).

GPL licensed source code for the webservices can be downloaded from Github http://github.com/opentox, the blog at http://opentox.github.com helps with the installation process.

Commercial support for lazar can be obtained from In silico toxicology gmbh http://www.in-silico.ch. They offer for example:

  • Lazar software as a service (SaaS): Secure and confidential predictions for individual compounds and compound libraries
  • Virtual appliances with lazar software for in-house/desktop installation
  • Preinstalled and configured servers for the intranet
  • Local installation services
  • Phone and email support (during the installation phase or as a yearly contract)
  • Virtual toxicity screening of compounds and libraries
  • Development of prediction models for new endpoints
  • Scientific programming, contract research and consulting

In silico try to understand the special requirements of each client before making an offer.  For this reason send an email (helma[at]in-silico[dot]ch) with a brief description of your application area, relevant endpoints and technical/legal constraints if you are interested in In silico services.

 

Last changed: 12/04/2012

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