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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Evaluation of aggregating brain cell cultures for the detection of acute organ-specific toxicityZURICH Marie-Gabrielle; STANZEL Sven; KOPP-SCHNEIDER Annette; PRIETO PERAITA Maria Del Pilar; HONEGGER PaulArticles in Journals
2007Incorporating In Vitro Alternative Methods for Developmental Neurotoxicity into International Hazard and Risk Assessment StrategiesCOECKE SANDRA; GOLDBERG Alan; ALLEN Sandra; BUZANSKA LEONORA; CALAMANDREI Gemma; CROFTON Kevin; HARENG L.; HARTUNG THOMAS; KNAUT HOLGER; HONEGGER Paul, et alArticles in Journals
2009Neuronal in vitro models for the estimation of acute systemic toxicityFORSBY Anna; PRICE Anna; CAMINS Antoni; COECKE Sandra; FABRE Nicolas; GUSTAFSSON Helena; HONEGGER Paul; KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; PALLAS Merce; RIMBAU Victor, et alArticles in Journals
2008A Novel in Vitro Metabolomics Approach for Neurotoxicity Testing, Proof of Principle for Methyl Mercury Chloride and CaffeineVAN VLIET ERWIN; MORATH SIEGFRIED; ESKES CHANTRA; LINGE JENS; RAPPSILBER Juri; HONEGGER Paul; HARTUNG THOMAS; COECKE SANDRAArticles in Journals
2010Optimization of chemically defined cell culture media - Replacing Fetal Bovine Serum in mammalian in vitro methodsVAN DER VALK Jan; DE SMET K.; FEX Svenningsen; HONEGGER Paul; KNUDSEN L.; LINDL T.; NORABERG J.; PRICE Anna; SCARINO M.l.; GSTRAUNTHALER G., et alArticles in Journals
2013The value of selected in vitro and in silico methods to predict acute oral toxicity in a regulatory context: Results from the European Project ACuteToxPRIETO PERAITA Maria Del Pilar; KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; STANZEL Sven; ALBELLA Beatrix; ARTURSSON Per; CAMPILLO Nuria; CECCHELLI R; CERRATO Laura; DIAZ Laura; DI CONSIGLIO Emma, et alArticles in Journals
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