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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Barriers, Nephrotoxicology and Chronic Testing in Vitro.PRIETO PilarArticles in Journals
2004Blood-Brain Barrier invitro Models and their Application in Toxicology.PRIETO Pilar; BOVERI Monica; COECKE Sandra; PRICE Anna; BLAUUBOER Bas j.; DE BOER A. g.; CECCHELLI Romeo; CLEMEDSON Cecilia; FORSBY Anna; GALLA H.-j., et alArticles in Journals
2003ECVAM's Response to the Changing Political Environment for Alternatives: Consequences of the European Union Chemicals and Cosmetics Policies.HARTUNG Thomas; BREMER S.; CASATI Silvia; COECKE Sandra; CORVI Raffaella; FORTANER Salvador; GRIBALDO Laura; HALDER Maria; JANUSCH-ROI Annett; PRIETO Pilar, et alArticles in Journals
2005Introduction of Blood-Brain Barrier Properties in Cultured Brain Capillary Endothelial Cells: Comparison between Primary Glial Cells and C6 Cell Line.BOVERI Monica; PRICE Anna; HARTUNG Thomas; PRIETO Pilar; BEREZOWSKI Vincent; LENFANT Anne-marie; CECCHELLI Romeo; DEHOUCK Marie-pierre; BENAUD ChristelleArticles in Journals
2002Long-Term in Vitro Toxicity Models: Comparison between a Flow Cell Bioreactor and Static Cell Cultures Based on Membrane Technology.PRIETO Pilar; FORTANER Salvador; PAZOS PatriciaArticles in Journals
2004Mechanisms Involved in Renal Proximal Tubula Cell Damage Induced in vitro by Ochratoxin A.GENNARI Alessandra; PAZOS Patricia; BOVERI Monica; CALLAGHAN Robert; CASADO Juan; HARTUNG Thomas; PRIETO PilarContributions to Conferences
2004New Insights into the Mechanisms Involved in Renal Proximal Tubular Damage Induced in vitro by Ochratoxin A.GENNARI Alessandra; PAZOS Patricia; BOVERI Monica; MAURICI D.; CASADO Juan; PRIETO Pilar; CORSINI Emanuela; CALLAGHAN RobertArticles in Journals
2003Sensitive Endpoints for Evaluating Cadmium-Induced Acute Toxicity in LLC-PK1 Cells.GENNARI Alessandra; CORTESE Elena; BOVERI Monica; CASADO Juan; PRIETO PilarArticles in Journals
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