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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Mechanistic Approaches and the Development of Alternative Toxicity Test Methods.BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
2002Novel Advanced in vitro Methods for Long-Term Toxicity Testing. The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 45.PFALLER W.; BALLS Michael; CLOTHIER Richard h.; COECKE Sandra; DIERICKX Paul; EKWALL Bjorn; HANLEY Bryan; HARTUNG Thomas; PRIETO PERAITA P.; RYAN Michael, et alArticles in Journals
1995Practical Aspects of the Validation of Toxicity Test ProceduresBALLS Michael; BLAAUBOER Bas j.; FENTEM Julia helen; BRUNER Leon; COMBES Robert d.; EKWALL Bjorn; FIELDER Robin; GUILLONZO Andre; LEWIS Richard; LOVELL David, et alArticles in Journals
1999The Precautionary Principle Should be Used with Caution and Should be Applied to Animal Experimentation and Genetic Manipulations, not Merely to Protection of the Environment (Editorial).BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1996A Prevalidation Study on In Vitro Skin Corrosivity TestingBOTHAM Philip a.; CHAMBERLAIN Mark; BARRATT Martin d.; CURREN Rodger d.; ESDAILE David j.; GARDNER John r.; GORDON Virginia c.; HILDEBRAND Bernhard; LEWIS Richard; LIEBSCH Manfred, et alArticles in Journals
2002The Principles of Validation and the ECVAM Validation Process.WORTH Andrew; BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
2006The Principles of Weight of Evidence Validation of Test Methods and Testing StrategiesBALLS Michael; AMCOFF Patrick; BREMER SUSANNE; CASATI SILVIA; COECKE SANDRA; CLOTHIER Richard; COMBES Robert; CORVI RAFFAELLA; CURREN Rodger; ESKES CHANTRA, et alArticles in Journals
1998The Production of Genetically Modified Animals and Humans. An Inescapable Moral Challenge to Scientists and Laypeople alike (Editorial).BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1997Progress Toward the Validation of Alternative TestsBALLS Michael; FENTEM Julia helenArticles in Journals
1997Progress toward the Validation of Alternative Tests.BALLS Michael; FENTEM Julia helenContributions to Conferences
1998Reducing the Use of Laboratory Animals: Time for Strategic Actions and the Setting of Realistic Targets (Editorial).BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1996Reduction, Refinement and Replacement: The End of an Era, New Beginning, and New Challenges.BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
2001The Role of ECVAM in Promoting the Regulatory Acceptance of Alternative Methods in the European Union.WORTH Andrew; BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1995The Role of Prevalidation in the Development, Validation and Acceptance of Alternative MethodsCURREN Rodger d.; SOUTHEE J.a.; SPIELMANN Horst; LIEBSCH Manfred; FENTEM Julia helen; BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1995Scientific Validation. A Crucial and Unavoidable Prerequisite to the Acceptability of New Tests and Testing StrategiesBALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1998A Study on UV Filter Chemicals from Annex VII of European Union Directive 76/768/EEC, in the In Vitro 3T3 NRU Phototoxicity Test.SPIELMANN Horst; BALLS Michael; DUPUIS Jack; PAPE W.; DE SILVA O.; HOLZHUETTER Hermann, g.; GERBERICK G.f.; LIEBSCH Manfred; LOVELL W.; PFANNENBECKER UweArticles in Journals
1996The Three Rs: The Way ForwardBALLS Michael; GOLDBERG Alan m.; FENTEM Julia helen; BROADHEAD Caren l.; BURCH Rex l.; FESTING Micheal f. w.; FRAZIER John m.; HENDRIKSEN Coenraad; JENNINGS Margaret; VAN DER KAMP Margot, et alArticles in Journals
1998Transgenic Animals: More than "Commercial Opportunities" (Editorial).BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1995Tumour Promoting Activity of 2,3,4,2',4',5'Hexachlorinated Biphenyl on Established Murine Cell LinesGRIBALDO Laura; COLLOTTA Angelo; CATALANI P.; DEI CAIS D.; BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1997Use of Animals in Laboratories: Scientific and Ethical Issues.BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
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