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2009The ECVAM retrospective validation study on cytotoxicity- and cell function-based in vitro assays for eye irritation.ESKES Chantra; SPIELMANN Horst; CURREN Rodger; CLOTHIER Richard; GARLTON Joanne; VINARDELL Pilar; MITJANS Montserrat; HOFFMANN Sebastian; VIEGAS BARROSO JOAO FILIPE; MCNAMEE Pauline, et alContributions to Conferences
2009Overcoming Barriers to Validation of Non-animal Partial Replacement Methods/Integrated Testing Strategies: The Report of an EPAA-ECVAM Workshop.KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; AKKAN Zerin; CASATI Silvia; COECKE Sandra; CORVI Raffaella; DAL NEGRO Gianni; DE BRUIJN Jack; DE SILVA Odile; GRIBALDO Laura; GRIESINGER Claudius, et alArticles in Journals
2010A Proposed Eye Irritation Testing Strategy to Reduce and Replace In Vivo Studies Using Bottom-Up and Top-Down ApproachesSCOTT Laurie; ESKES Chantra; HOFFMAN Sebastian; ADRIAENS Els; ALEPEE Nathalie; BUFO Monica; CLOTHIER Richard; FACCHINI Davide; FALLER Claudine; GUEST Robert, et alArticles in Journals
2010Prospective Validation Study of Reconstructed Human Tissue Models for Eye Irritation TestingFREEMAN Stuart; ALEPEE Nathalia; VIEGAS BARROSO JOAO FILIPE; COLE Thomas; COMPAGNONI ANNA; RUBINGH Carina; ESKES Chantra; LAMMERS Jan; MCNAMEE Pauline; PFANNENBECKER Uwe, et alContributions to Conferences
2014Retrospective analysis of the Draize test for serious eye damage/eye irritation: importance of understanding the in vivo endpoints under UN GHS/EU CLP for the development and evaluation of in vitro test methodsADRIAENS Els; VIEGAS BARROSO JOAO FILIPE; ESKES Chantra; HOFFMANN Sebastian; MCNAMEE Pauline; ALEPEE Natalie; BESSOU-TOUYA Sandrine; DE SMEDT Ann; DE WEVER Bart; PFANNENBECKER Uwe, et alArticles in Journals
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