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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Detection of Skin Irritation Potential of Cosmetics by Non-Invasive Measurements.ZUANG Valerie; RONA Claudia; ARCHER Graeme; BERARDESCA EnzoArticles in Journals
1996ECVAM Biostatistics Task Force 1. Recommendations for the Application of Biostatistical Methods during the Development and Validation of Alternative Toxicological Methods.HOLZHUETTER Hermann, g.; ARCHER Graeme; DAMI N.; SALTELLI Andrea; SJOSTROM M.Articles in Journals
1998The ECVAM International Validation Study on In Vitro Tests for Skin Corrosivity. 2. Results and Evaluation by the Management TeamFENTEM Julia helen; ARCHER Graeme; BALLS Michael; BOTHAM Philip a.; CURREN Rodger d.; EARL Lesley; ESDAILE David j.; HOLZHUTTER Hermann; LIEBSCH ManfredArticles in Journals
1996No Statistics, No Science - Let Alone Validation Studies.ARCHER GraemeArticles in Journals
2000Predicting Visual Assessment of Allergic Patch Test Reactions by Non-Invasive Measurements.ZUANG Valerie; ARCHER Graeme; RONA Claudia; VIGNINI M.; MOSCA M.; BERARDESCA EnzoArticles in Journals
2000The Relative Semi-Quantification of mRNA Expression as a Useful Toxicological Endpoint for the Identification of Embryotoxic/Teratogenic Substances.BIGOT Karine; DE LANGE Johannes; ARCHER Graeme; CLOTHIER Richard h.; BREMER SuzanneArticles in Journals
1997Sensitivity Measures, ANOVA-like Techniques and the Use of BootstrapARCHER Graeme; SALTELLI Andrea; SOBOL I.m.Articles in Journals
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