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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012The 3T3 neutral red uptake phototoxicity test: Practical experience and implications for phototoxicity testing – The report of an ECVAM–EFPIA workshopCERIDONO MARA; BAUER Daniel; BARROSO Joao Felipe; ALEPEE Natalie; CORVI Raffaella; DE SMEDT An; FELLOWS Mick; GIBBS Neil K; HEISLER Eckhard; JACOBS Abby, et alArticles in Journals
2014Adverse outcome pathways: hype or hope?VINKEN Mathieu; WHELAN Maurice; ROGIERS VeraArticles in Journals
2011Alternative (Non-Animal) Methods for Cosmetics Testing: Current Status and Future Prospects - 2010ADLER Sarah; BASKETTER David; CRETON Stuart; PELKONEN Olavi; VAN BENTHEM Jan; ZUANG Valerie; ANDERSEN Klaus; ANGERS ALEXANDRE; APTULA Aynur; PRICE Anna, et alArticles in Journals
2008The CarcinoGENOMICS Project: Critical Selection of Model Compounds for the Development of Omics-based in vitro Carcinogenicity Screening AssaysVINKEN Mathieu; DOKTOROVA Tatyana; ELLINGER-ZIEGELBAUER Heidrun; AHR Hans-Juergen; LOCK Edward; CARMICHAEL Paul; ROGGEN Erwin; VAN DELFT Joost; KLEINJANS Jos; CASTELL Jose, et alArticles in Journals
2013Development of an Adverse Outcome Pathway From Drug-Mediated Bile Salt Export Pump Inhibition to Cholestatic Liver InjuryVINKEN Mathieu; LANDESMANN Brigitte; GOUMENOU Marina; VINKEN Stefanie; SHAH Imran; JAESCHKE Hartmut; WILLETT Catherine; WHELAN Maurice; ROGIERS VeraArticles in Journals
2011Report from the EPAA Workshop: In vitro ADME in Safety Testing used by EPAA industry sectorsSCHROEDER Klausrudolf; BREMM Klaus-Dieter; ALEPEE Natalie; BESSEMS Jos; BLAAUBOER Bas J; BOEHN Susanne; BUREK Christof; COECKE Sandra; GAMBOU Lourdes; HEWITT Nicky, et alArticles in Journals
2009A Review of the Implementation of the Embryonic Stem Cell Test (EST)MARX STOELTING Philip, et alArticles in Journals
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