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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1997Current Status and Future Developments of Databases on Alternative Methods. The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 25.JANUSCH Annett; VAN DER KAMP Margot; BOTTRILL K.; GRUNE Barbara; ANDERSON David; EKWALL Bjorn; HOWALD M.; KOLAR Roman; KUIPER Hans; LARSON Jean, et alArticles in Journals
2013The EURL ECVAM Search Guide: Good Search Practice to Animal AlternativesJANUSCH ROI Annett; GRUNE Barbara; RICHMOND JonBooks
2011Good Search Practice on Animal Alternatives - The (ECVAM/European) Search Guide for Untrained Database UsersJANUSCH ROI Annett; GRUNE BarbaraEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Implementation and Enforcement of the 3Rs Principle in the Field of Transgenic Animals used for Scientific Purposes - Report and Recommendations of the BfR Expert Workshop, May 18-20, 2009, Berlin, GermanyKRETLOW Ariane; BUTZKE Daniel; GOETZ Mario E.; GRUNE Barbara; HALDER Maria; HENKLER Frank; LIEBSCH Manfred; NOBILING Rainer; OELGESCHLAEGER Michael; REIFENBERG Kurt, et alArticles in Journals
2004The Report and Recommendaqtions of the Workshop "Retrieval Approaches for Alternative Methods to Animal Experiments"FALLON Michael; GRUNE Barbara; HOWARD Carol; KULPA-EDDY Jodie; LARSON Jean; LEARY Sue; ROI Annett; VAN DER VALK Jan; WOOD MaryArticles in Journals
2006Three Rs Approaches in Marine Biotoxin Testing - The Report and Recommendations of a joint ECVAM/DG SANCO Worksho (ECVAM Workshop 55)HESS Philipp; GRUNE Barbara; ANDERSON David; AUNE Tore; BOTANA Luis; CARICATO Paolo; VAN EGMOND Hans; HALDER MARIA; HALL Sherwood; LAWRENCE James, et alArticles in Journals
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