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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Alternative Testing Methodologies for Organ Toxicity.SPIELMANN Horst; BOCHKOV N.p.; GRIBALDO Laura; GUILLOUZO A.; HEIDEL J.j.; KAROL M.; PARCHMENT R.; PFALLER W.; PRIETO PERAITA P.; ZACGAREWSKI T.Articles in Journals
2004Comparison of the Sensitivity of Different Toxicological Endpoints in CaCo-2 Cells after CdCl2 TreatmentBOVERI Monica; PAZOS Patricia; GENNARI Alessandra; CASADO Juan; HARTUNG Thomas; PRIETO PERAITA P.Articles in Journals
2000ECVAM's In-House Prevalidation/Validation Studies in the Areas of Haematotoxicity, Reproductive Toxicity, Metabilism-Mediated Toxicity and Epithelial Barrier Function.PRIETO PERAITA P.Articles in Journals
2004The Human Collection of Fetal Bovine Serum and Possibilities for Serum-Free Cell and Tissue Culture.VAN DER VALK Jan; MELLOR D.; BRANDS R.; FISCHER Rene; GRUBER F.; GSTRAUNTHALER Gerhard; HELLEBREKERS L.; HYLLNER J.; JONKER F.h.; PRIETO PERAITA P., et alArticles in Journals
2002Novel Advanced in vitro Methods for Long-Term Toxicity Testing. The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 45.PFALLER W.; BALLS Michael; CLOTHIER Richard h.; COECKE Sandra; DIERICKX Paul; EKWALL Bjorn; HANLEY Bryan; HARTUNG Thomas; PRIETO PERAITA P.; RYAN Michael, et alArticles in Journals
2001Use of Flow Cytometry and Confocal Microscopy to Investigate Early CdCl2-Induced Nephrotoxicity in vitro.ALVAREZ-BARRIENTOS Alberto; O CONNOR J.e.; NIETO CASTILLO Raquel; MORENO MORENO Ana belen; PRIETO PERAITA P.Contributions to Conferences
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