TOXLINE

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TOXLINEToxicology Information Online
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Raw text data that mention BPS or synonyms were acquired from five toxicological databases (CCRIS, DART, TOXLINE, HSDB, and RTECS), and processed in an SQLite3 database.
Once bound to the body, this pervasive toxin can stay for weeks, months and even longer before it is excreted (see the Toxline website, address in sidebar, for more information).
NLM's vast resources are available through its online services, which include MEDLINE, TOXLINE, and CHEMLINE.
Many other medical bibliographic databases exist, including EMBASE (a European database), TOXLINE (toxicology references), and PDQ (current cancer treatments).
The use of data banks containing references of scientific literature (such as MEDLINE, TOXLINE, CANCERLIT, etc.) is the most common example of a central data file which scientists may query without, however, being able to access its raw data directly or enter data of their own.