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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
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
2008The Development of Novel Approaches to the Identification of Chemical and Protein Respiratory AllergensROGGEN Erwin; AUFDERHEIDE Michaela; CETIN Yuksel; DEARMAN Rebecca; GIBBS Sue; HERMANNS Iris; KIMBER Ian; REGAL Jean; ROVIDA Maria; WARHEIT David B., et alArticles in Journals
2007An Evaluation of Selected Global (Q)SARs/expert Systems for the Prediction of Skin Sensitisation PotentialTIER GRACE; APTULA AO; URIARTE EUGENIO; ROBERTS DW; KERN PETRA; GERBERICK FRANK; KIMBER IAN; DEARMAN REBECCA; RYAN CINDY; BASKETTER DAVIDArticles in Journals
2006The Local Lymph Node Assay and Skin Sensitisation - A Cut-Down Screen to Reduce Animal RequirementsKIMBER Ian; DEARMAN Rebecca; BETTS Catherine; GERBERICK Frank; RYAN Cindy; KERN Petra; TIER GRACE; BASKETTER DavidArticles in Journals
2007Mechanistic Applicability Domain Classification Of A Local Lymph Node Assay Dataset For Skin SensitisationROBERTS DW; TIER GRACE; KERN PETRA; GERBERICK FRANK; KIMBER IAN; DEARMAN REBECCA; RYAN CINDY; BASKETTER DAVID; APTULA AOArticles in Journals
2008The Reduced Local Lymph Node Assay: The Impact of Group SizeRYAN Cindy; CHANEY Joel G.; KERN Petra; PATLEWICZ Grace; BASKETTER David; BETTS Catherine J.; DEARMAN Rebecca; KIMBER Ian; GERBERICK FrankArticles in Journals
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