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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Computer models versus reality: How well do in silico models currently predict the sensitization potential of a substanceTEUBNER Wera; MEHLING Annette; XAVER SCHUSTER Paul; GUTH Katharina; WORTH Andrew; BURTON JULIEN; VAN RAVENZWAAY Bennard; LANDSIEDEL RobertArticles in Journals
2014Concern-driven integrated approaches to nanomaterials testing and assessment - Report of the NanoSafety Cluster Working Group 10OOMEN Agnes; BOS Peter M. J.; FERNANDES Teresa F.; HUND-RINKE K.; BORASCHI Diana; BYRNE Hugh J.; ASCHBERGER KARIN; GOTTARDO STEFANIA; VON DER KAMMER Frank; KÜHNEL Dana, et alArticles in Journals
2011Feasibility assessment of micro-electrode chip assay as a method of detecting neurotoxicity in vitroDEFRANCHI Enrico; NOVELLINO Antonio; WHELAN Maurice; VOGEL Sandra; VAN RAVENZWAAY Ben; LANDSIEDEL Robert; RAMIREZ TzutzuyArticles in Journals
2013Performance Standards and Alternative Assays: Practical Insights From Skin SensitizationKOLLE Susanne; BASKETTER David; CASATI Silvia; STOKES Bill; STRICKLAND Judy; VAN RAVENZWAAY Ben; VOHR Hans-Werner; LANDSIEDEL RobertArticles in Journals
2013Predictive Toxicology of cobalt ferrite nanoparticles: comparative in-vitro study of different cellular models using methods of knowledge discovery from dataHOREV-AZARIA Limor; BALDI Giovanni; BENO Delila; BONACCHI Daniele; GOLLA-SCHINDLER Ute; KIRKPATRICK James C; KOLLE Susanne; LANDSIEDEL Robert; MAIMON Oded; MARCHE Patrice N, et alArticles in Journals
2013Skin sensitisation – Moving forward with non-animal testing strategies for regulatory purposes in the EUBASKETTER David; ALEPEE Nathalie; CASATI Silvia; CROZIER Jonathan; EIGLER Dorothea; GRIEM Peter; HUBESH Bruno; DE KNECHT Joop; LANDSIEDEL Robert; LOUEKARI Kimmo, et alArticles in Journals
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