Welcome to the OSIRIS web tool

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The OSIRIS web tool has been developed within the OSIRIS project. The web tool implements Integrated Testing Strategies (ITS) fit for REACH that enable to significantly increase the use of non-testing information for regulatory decision making, and thus to minimise the need for animal testing.

An account is required to use the OSIRIS web tool. To get an account free of charge please click here.

For scientific information, please contact OSIRIS co-ordinator, Prof. Dr. Gerrit Schüürmann. Contact details can be found in the OSIRIS project page.

OSIRIS has 31 Partners from 14 European countries. More information on OSIRIS partners can be found here. Detailed public project information such as the newsletters, the annual short summaries or the final report can be found in the OSIRIS project page.

The OSIRIS ITS tool contains an interface to the OSIRIS edition of ChemProp. More information on ChemProp software can be found in UFZ ChemProp page.

Other software tools developed within OSIRIS can be found here.

All data put into the OSIRIS tool are stored securely and without access to any other user of the tool.

 

The OSIRIS web tool offers the following services:

  • ITS tool. The ITS tool offers an implementation of the Integrated Testing Strategies developed within the OSIRIS project.
    Click here to access the ITS tool.
  • Navigation tool. The chemical and biological Space Navigation Tool (OSIRIS - NavTool) provides a visual aid for pre-screening tasks and is designed to facilitate the exploration of the relationships between environmental endpoints and the chemical structure and physicochemical properties of compounds.
    Click here to access the Navigation tool. The Navigation Tool has been developed by the FeT group from URV.
  • Consensus tool. The OSIRIS Consensus Tool provides access to the the consensus models used in the ITS tool. Use the Consensus Tool to apply the available reasoning schemes to your substance test and QSAR data.
    Click here to access the Consensus tool. The Consensus Tool has been developed by the FeT group from URV.