Could you clarify ?
Do you mean experimental results which are in the Toolbox databases or experimental results which exist in databases outside of the Toolbox ?
If it is the former, my advice is to always run all the databases on your chemical of interest before building your categories.
If it is the latter, my advice is to consult eChemPortal on you target chemical before building your categories. [see https://community.oecd.org/thread/11605].
does this help ?
Thank you, it helps a lot.
However I was wondering if there is a possibility to access the 'skin sensitization by ECETEC' or any other database to know what are the types/names of molecules within the database ?
I do apologise for the level of my questions, I am just getting started with the Toolbox.
Berengere de Moucheron
Yes you can.
In the module input, instead of entering a single chemical, you can load a database under "Chemicals List"
Then go to the module "Endpoints", select the same database from the list on the left and hit "gather"
You then have the full list of chemicals and their results in the matrix.
You can even export the results into a spreadsheet by using the "export" function.
Let me know if it works.