The Chemical Effects in Biological Systems database (CEBS: https://tools.niehs.nih.gov/cebs3/ui/) houses data from the National Toxicology Program research and testing program. CEBS data from individual animals is here, organized into data domains. CEBS data are also available for search.
Data and Resources
- CEBS Clinical Chemistry Datadata
Clinical chemistry refers to the processes used to measure levels of...
- CEBS Developmental Datadata
Developmental toxicity refers to the adverse effects on the developing...
- CEBS Genetic Toxicology: Bacterial Mutagenicity Datadata
The bacterial mutagenicity test, or Ames Assay, is used to assess whether a...
- CEBS Genetic Toxicology: Micronucleus Datadata
The peripheral blood erythrocyte micronucleus test provides an indication of...
- CEBS Gross Pathology Observation Datadata
Gross observations identify the morphologic alterations in tissues that are...
- CEBS Hematology Datadata
Hematology is the analysis of cells that circulate in the bloodstream –...
- CEBS High Throughput Screening Data (Tox21)data
The Toxicology in the 21st Century (Tox21) program is a federal...
- CEBS Histopathology Datadata
Histopathology is the study of microscopic changes or abnormalities in...
- CEBS Immunology Datadata
Immunotoxicology identifies the potential for a test article to modulate...
- CEBS In-Life Observation Datadata
In-life observations are recorded during the exposure period of a study and...
- CEBS Microarray Datadata
Toxicogenomics studies that employ microarrays evaluate the biological...
- CEBS PCR Datadata
Toxicogenomics studies that employ the polymerase chain reaction (PCR)...
- CEBS Reproductive Datadata
Reproductive toxicity describes the adverse effect of test articles on...
- CEBS Urinalysis Datadata
Urinalysis measures the physical, biochemical, and microscopic properties of...
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