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CEBS Clinical Chemistry Data

Clinical chemistry refers to the processes used to measure levels of biochemical components in bodily fluids such as serum and plasma. This data domain contains parameters related to lipid metabolism in the liver and kidneys, and to hormone (e.g., thyroid) and electrolyte (e.g., potassium) levels.
This data domain is part of Chemical Effects in Biological Systems (CEBS) database maintained by the National Toxicology Program.

At the link provided is a PDF file and one or more folders containing data. The PDF describes the data, file types, and folder structure present.