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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Alternative Methods for Skin Irritation Testing. The Current Status.BOTHAM Philip a.; EARL Lesley; FENTEM Julia helen; ROGUET Roland; VAN DE SANDT JohannesArticles in Journals
1995The EC/HO International Validation Study on Alternative Methods to the Draize Eye Irritation TestBALLS Michael; BOTHAM Philip a.; SPIELMANN HorstArticles 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
1998An Evaluation of the Proposed OECD Testing Strategy for Skin Corrosion.WORTH Andrew; FENTEM Julia helen; BALLS Michael; BOTHAM Philip a.; CURREN Rodger; EARL Lesley; ESDAILE David j.; LIEBSCH ManfredArticles in Journals
2002Follow-up to the ECVAM Prevalidation Study on in vitro Tests for Acute Skin Irritation. ECVAM Skin Irritation Task Force Report 2.ZUANG Valerie; BALLS Michael; BOTHAM Philip a.; COQUETTE Alain; CORSINI Emanuela; CURREN Rodger; ELLIOTT Graham; FENTEM Julia helen; HEYLINGS Jon; LIEBSCH Manfred, et alArticles 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
1996Validation - Lessons Learned from Practical ExperienceFENTEM Julia helen; PRINSEN Menk k.; SPIELMANN Horst; WALUM Erik; BOTHAM Philip a.Articles in Journals
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