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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Application of micro electrode arrays (MEAs) as an emerging technology for developmental neurotoxicity: evaluation of domoic acid- induced effects in primary cultures of rat cortical neuronsHOGBERG Helena; SOBANSKI Tomasz; NOVELLINO ANTONIO; WHELAN Maurice; WEISS Dieter G.; PRICE AnnaArticles in Journals
2009Developmental Neurotoxicity Testing Using In vitro ApproachesHOGBERG HelenaPhD Theses
2011Domoic Acid-Induced Neurotoxicity Is Mainly Mediated by the AMPA/KA Receptor: Comparison between Immature andMature Primary Cultures of Neurons and Glial Cells from Rat CerebellumPRICE Anna; HOGBERG HelenaArticles in Journals
2011Effect of pesticides on neuronal and Glial cell differentiation and maturation in primary culturePRICE Anna; HOGBERG HelenaArticles in books
2009Gene Expression as a Sensitive Endpoint to Evaluate Cell Differentiation and Maturation of the Developing Central Nervous System in Primary Cultures of Rat Cerebellar Granule Cells (CGCs) Exposed to PesticidesHOGBERG Helena; KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; HARTUNG Thomas; COECKE Sandra; PRICE AnnaArticles in Journals
2010In vitro Developmental Neurotoxicity (DNT) testing: relevant models and endpointsPRICE Anna; HOGBERG Helena; BUZANSKA Leonora; LENAS Petros; VAN VLIET Erwin; HARTUNG ThomasArticles in Journals
2010mRNA Expression is a Relevant Tool to Identify Developmental Neurotoxicants Using an In Vitro ApproachHOGBERG Helena; KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; COECKE Sandra; HARTUNG Thomas; PRICE AnnaArticles in Journals
2008Neural In Vitro Culture on Microelectrode Arrays (MEAs) as a Biosensor for Toxins and Neurotoxins DetectionSOBANSKI TOMASZ; HOGBERG HELENA; WHELAN MAURICE; PRICE ANNAArticles in Journals
2010Relevance of in vitro neurotoxicity testing for regulatory requirements: challenges to be consideredPRICE Anna; HOGBERG Helena; BUZANSKA Leonora; COECKE SandraArticles in Journals
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