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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012A Tanscriptomics Study to Elucidate the Toxicological Mechanism of Methylmercury Chloride in a Human Stem Cell Based In Vitro TestVOJNITS Kinga; ENSENAT WASER ROBERTO; GASPAR Jonathan; MEGANATHAN Kesavan; JAGTAP Smita; HESCHELER Jurgen; SACHINIDIS Agapios; BREMER SusanneArticles in Journals
2010The test chemical selection procedure of the European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods for the ReProTect Integrated ProjectPAZOS Patricia; PELLIZZER Cristian; STUMMANN Tina C.; HARENG Lars; BREMER SusanneArticles in Journals
2010Transferability and inter-laboratory variability assessment of the in vitro bovine oocyte maturation (IVM) test within ReProTectLUCIANO Alberto; FRANCIOSI Federica; LODDE Valentina; CORBANI Davide; LAZZARI Giovanna; CROTTI Gabriella; GALLI Cesare; PELLIZZER Cristian; BREMER Susanne; MARC Weimer, et alArticles in Journals
2006The Value of Alternative Testing for Neurotoxicity in the Context of Regulatory NeedsCOECKE SANDRA; ESKES CHANTRA; GARTLON JOANNE; KINSNER AGNIESZKA; PRICE ANNA; VAN VLIET ERWIN; PRIETO PERAITA MARIA DEL PILAR; BOVERI Monica; BREMER SUSANNE; ADLER Sarah, et alArticles in Journals
2012Weak estrogenic transcriptional activities of Bisphenol A and Bisphenol SGRIGNARD ELISE; BREMER Susanne; LAPENNA SILVIAArticles in Journals
2008Workshop on triggering and waiving criteria for the extended one-generation reproduction toxicity studyBREMER SusanneBooks
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