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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Acute Toxicity Data. A Comprehensive Comparison of Results of Fish, Daphnia and Algae Tests with New Substances Notified in the EU.WEYERS Arnd; SOKULL-KLUTTGEN Birgit; BARAIBAR FENTANES Joaquin; VOLLMER Ernst geraldArticles in Journals
2011A biology-based dynamic approach for the modelling of toxicity in cell assays.Part II: Models for cell population growth and toxicityZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; MENNECOZZI MILENA; MACKO Peter; RODRIGUES Robim; BOUHIFD Mounir; BARAIBAR FENTANES JoaquinEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011A biology-based dynamic approach for the reconciliation of acute and chronic toxicity tests: Application to Daphnia magnaZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; BARAIBAR FENTANES JoaquinArticles in Journals
2009A biology-based dynamic approach for the reconciliation of acute and chronic toxicity tests: Application to Daphnia magnaZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; BARAIBAR FENTANES JoaquinEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008The European Chemicals Bureau: an Overview of 15 Years Experience in EU Chemicals LegislationEISENREICH STEVEN; ALLANOU REMI; ASCHBERGER KARIN; BARAIBAR FENTANES JOAQUIN; BERGGREN KATARINA; COLE THOMAS; CHRISTENSEN FRANS; LANGEZAAL INGRID; MACCHI CHIARA; NORDENHALL KERSTIN, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009European List of Notified Chemical Substances - In support of Directive 92/32/EEC, the 7th amendment to Directive 67/548/EECBARAIBAR FENTANES Joaquin; OLSSON Heidi; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN BirgitEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005A Strategy to Reduce the Use of Fish in Acute Ecotoxicity Testing of New Chemichals Substances Notified in the European UnionJERAM Sonja; RIEGO SINTES JUAN; HALDER MARIA; BARAIBAR FENTANES JOAQUIN; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN BIRGIT; HUTCHINSON TomArticles in Journals
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