Preparation of reports on toxicological effects of substances with insufficient experimental data, through the application of (Q) SAR models and other evaluation criteria accepted by regulatory bodies. These models reduce the necessary number of tests on animals for the evaluation of chemical substances.

They also increase information on a certain substance (including metabolites and degradation products), saving time and finantial resources. In the regulatory area the (Q) SAR method is a very useful tool for determining the influence of new impurities or higher levels of already existing impurities on a technical product, to decide if it will be equivalent to the reference product