CPDB

AcronymDefinition
CPDBCarcinogenic Potency Database
CPDBCoblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP (law practice; San Francisco, CA)
CPDBClinical Pathway Database
CPDBCommand Position Database
CPDBCharacteristics & Performance Database
CPDBCommon Picture Database
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A comparison of the classification in the NCI/NTP and literature parts of the CPDB.
A comparison of the classification with consideration on species and sex in the NCI/NTP and literature parts of the CPDB.
The most frequently used strains in both parts of the CPDB were Fischer F344/N rats and B6C3[F.
Unfortunately, splitting the CPDB in respect to administration routes resulted in data sets too small for a detailed analysis.
A comparison of one-species and two-species carcinogens in the NCI/NTP and literature parts of the CPDB One species(a) Two species(b) Literature One species(a) 13 11 24 Two species(b) 3 6 9 NCI/NTP 16 17 33 Concordant classification: 19 compounds (57%); discordant classification: 14 compounds (43%).
A comparison of one-category and multicategory carcinogens in the NCI/NTP and literature parts of the CPDB.
A comparison of one- and two-species carcinogens and one- and multicategory carcinogens in the NCI/NTP and literature parts of the CPDB.
A comparison of the compounds present in both (NCI/NTP and literature) parts of the CPDB showed that the correlation of quantitative data is similar to qualitative classifications, rather low ([r.
50] values (medians) for those chemicals classified as carcinogens in the NCI/NTP and literature parts of the CPDB.
Further mixtures and compounds with impurities were detected by text searches for items such as "mixture" and "pure" in the accompanying files of the CPDB.
The positive side effect was that we were able to detect many mixtures and improperly defined compounds which were not marked as mixtures in the original CPDB.
CORINA was able to provide 3-D structures for all CPDB compounds with SMILES structures.