The experimental data on the bacterial reverse mutation test (under various conditions) on C60 nanoparticles for the cases (i) TA100, and (ii) WP2uvrA/pkM101 are examined as endpoints. By means of the optimal descriptors calculated with the Monte Carlo method a mathematical model of these endpoints has been built up. The models are a mathematical function of eclectic data such as (i) dose (g/plate); (ii) metabolic activation (i.e. with mix S9 or without mix S9); and (iii) illumination (i.e. darkness or irradiation). The eclectic data on different conditions were represented by so-called quasi-SMILES. In contrast to the traditional SMILES which are representation of molecular structure, the quasi-SMILES are representation of conditions by sequence of symbols. The calculations were carried out with the CORAL software, available on the Internet at http://www.insilico.eu/coral. The main idea of the suggested descriptors is the accumulation of all available eclectic information in the role of logical and digital basis for building up a model. The computational experiments have shown that the described approach can be a tool to build up models of mutagenicity of fullerene under different conditions.
- Fullerene nanoparticle
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis
- Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health