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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Activation of the Complement System as an Indicator of Pyrogenic Reaction to Lipopolysaccharide (LPS).SLADOWSKI Dariusz; KINSNER Agnieska; LANGEZAAL Ingrid; KAY Simon; COECKE SandraArticles in Journals
2014Considerations in the development of in vitro toxicity testing methods intended for regulatory useCOECKE Sandra; BOWE Gerard; MILCAMPS Anne; BERNASCONI Camilla; BOSTROEM Ann-Charlotte; BORIES Gilles; FORTANER TORRENT Salvador; GINESTE Jean-Michel; GOULIARMOU VARVARA; LANGEZAAL Ingrid, et alArticles in books
2008The European Chemicals Bureau: an Overview of 15 Years Experience in EU Chemicals LegislationEISENREICH STEVEN; ALLANOU REMI; ASCHBERGER KARIN; BARAIBAR FENTANES JOAQUIN; BERGGREN KATARINA; COLE THOMAS; CHRISTENSEN FRANS; LANGEZAAL INGRID; MACCHI CHIARA; NORDENHALL KERSTIN, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002Evaluation and Prevalidation of an Immunotoxicity Test Based on Human Whole-Blood Cytokine Release.LANGEZAAL Ingrid; HOFFMANN Sebastian; HARTUNG Thomas; COECKE SandraArticles in Journals
2002A Generically Engineered Cell-Based System for Detecting Metabolism-Mediated Toxicity.BULL Sarah; LANGEZAAL Ingrid; CLOTHIER Richard h.; COECKE SandraArticles in Journals
2002Metabolism and Neurotoxicity: the Significance of Genetically Engineered Cell Lines and New Three-Dimensional Cell Cultures.COECKE Sandra; ESKES Chantra; GARTLON Joanne; VAN VLIET Erwin; KINSNER Agnieska; BOGNI Alessia; RAIMONDO Laura; PARISIS Nikolaos; LANGEZAAL IngridArticles in Journals
2002The Use of Genetically Engineered Cells for Assessing CYP2D6-Related Polymorphic Effects.COECKE Sandra; BOGNI Alessia; LANGEZAAL Ingrid; WORTH Andrew; HARTUNG Thomas; MONSHOUWER MarioArticles in Journals
2001Whole Blood Cytokine Response as a Measure of Immunotoxicity.LANGEZAAL Ingrid; COECKE Sandra; HARTUNG ThomasArticles in Journals
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