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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Adverse Outcome Pathway-based Screening Strategies for an Animal-free Safety Assessment of ChemicalsLANDESMANN Brigitte; MENNECOZZI Milena; BERGGREN ELISABET; WHELAN MauriceArticles in Journals
2011A biology-based dynamic approach for the modelling of toxicity in cell assays.Part II: Models for cell population growth and toxicityZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; MENNECOZZI MILENA; MACKO Peter; RODRIGUES Robim; BOUHIFD Mounir; BARAIBAR FENTANES JoaquinEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010A biology-based dynamic approach for the modelling of toxicity in cell-based assays. Part I: Fate modellingZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; MENNECOZZI MILENA; MARCELINO RODRIGUES Robim; BOUHIFD MounirEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Development of a pluripotent stem cell derived neuronal model to identify chemically induced pathway perturbations in relation to neurotoxicity: effects of CREB pathway inhibitionPISTOLLATO FRANCESCA; LOUISSE JOCHEM; SCELFO BIBIANA; MENNECOZZI MILENA; ACCORDI Benedetta; BASSO Giuseppe; GASPAR John Antonydas; ZAGOURA DIMITRA; BARILARI MANUELA; PALOSAARI Taina, et alArticles in Journals
2013A human pluripotent carcinoma stem cell-based model for in vitrodevelopmental neurotoxicity testing: Effects of methylmercury, leadand aluminum evaluated by gene expression studiesLAURENZA Incoronata; PALLOCCA GIORGIA; MENNECOZZI MILENA; SCELFO BIBIANA; PAMIES David; PRICE AnnaArticles in Journals
2012Three-dimensional HepaRG model as an attractive tool for toxicity testingLEITE Sofia Batista; WILK-ZASADNA IWONA; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; AIROLA ELODIE; REIS FERNANDES MARCOS ANTONIO; MENNECOZZI MILENA; GUGUEN-GUILLOUZO Christiane; CHESNE Christopher; GUILLOU Claude; ALVES Paula M., et alArticles in Journals
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