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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
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
1996The Use of Non-Human Primates as Laboratory Animals in Europe: Moving Toward the Zero OptionBALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1996The Use of Old World Primates in Toxicity Testing of more than Mild SeverityBALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1998The Validation and Acceptance of Alternatives to Animal Testing.BALLS Michael; FENTEM Julia helenContributions to Conferences
1998Validation of Alternative Methods for the Potency Testing of Vaccines.HENDRIKSEN Coenraad; SPIESER Jean-marc; AKKERMANS Arnoud; BALLS Michael; BRUCKNER Lukas, et alArticles in Journals
1996The Validation of Alternative Test MethodsBALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
1997The Validation of Toxicological Prediction Models.BALLS Michael; CURREN Rodger; FENTEM Julia helen; HOLZHUETTER Hermann, g.; LIEBSCH Manfred, et alArticles in Journals
1998Why is it Proving to be so Difficult to Replace Animal Tests?BALLS MichaelArticles in Journals
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