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2007Chemical Respiratory Allergy: Opportunities for Hazard Identification and Characterisation - The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 60KIMBER IAN; AGIUS Raymond; BASKETTER DAVID; CORSINI Emanuela; CULLINAN Paul; DEARMAN REBECCA; GIMENEZ-ARNAU Elena; GREENWELL Leonora; HARTUNG THOMAS; KUPER Frieke, et alArticles in Journals
2008An Evaluation of Performance Standards and Non-Radioactive Endpoints for the Local Lymph Node AssayBASKETTER David; COCKSHOTT Amanda; CORSINI Emanuela; GERBERICK Frank; IDEHARA Kenji; KIMBER Ian; VAN LOVEREN Henk; MATHESON Johanna; MEHLING Annette; OMORI Takashi, et alArticles 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
2007In Vitro Tests to Evaluate Immunotoxicity: A Preliminary StudyCARFI' MARIA; GENNARI Alessandra; MALERBA Ilaria; PALLARDY Marc; CORSINI Emanuela; PIETERS Raymond; HENK Van Loveren; WERNER VOHR Hans; HARTUNG THOMAS; GRIBALDO LAURAArticles in Journals
2004New Insights into the Mechanisms Involved in Renal Proximal Tubular Damage Induced in vitro by Ochratoxin A.GENNARI Alessandra; PAZOS Patricia; BOVERI Monica; MAURICI D.; CASADO Juan; PRIETO Pilar; CORSINI Emanuela; CALLAGHAN RobertArticles in Journals
2005The Use of In Vitro Systems for Evaluating Immunotoxicity: The Report and Recommendations of an ECVAM WorkshopGENNARI Alessandra; BRAUN Armin; BAN Masarin; CASATI SILVIA; CORSINI Emanuela; DASTYCH Jaroslaw; DESCOTES Jacques; HOOGHE-PETERS Robert; HARTUNG THOMAS; HOUSE Robert, et alArticles in Journals
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