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... Reprinted with permission; copyright 2013, Environmental Justice. As EPA continues to embrace participatory research, communities that are gaining access to emerging technologies and developing mechanisms, protocols, and data validation tools can illustrate ways in which the Office of Research and Development (ORD)
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... This is a unique, important study that addresses a major environmental disaster ongoing for decades related to abandoned uranium mines and disproportionate metal mixture exposures affecting Indigenous communities, particularly in the Southwest and the Northern Plains. The NBCS is now part of the Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes program, an NIH program investigating how environmental and social stressors and lifestyles affect health outcomes in children.
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... Environmental Justice 6(1)
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... Although QSAR modeling has existed for a long time, it has advanced to a new stage with the recent progress of machine learning to deep learning. However, critical issues exist in the current computational toxicology models, such as reliance on small training sets which cause limited coverage by the resulting models (Stouch et al., 2003)

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