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2011Application of multielectrode array (MEA) chips for studying the neurotoxicity of mixturesSCELFO BIBIANA; POLITI MATTEO; RENIERO Fabiano; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Application of multielectrode array (MEA) chips for the evaluation of mixtures neurotoxicitySCELFO BIBIANA; POLITI Matteo; RENIERO Fabiano; PALOSAARI Taina; WHELAN Maurice; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'Articles in Journals
2011Development of micro-electrode array based tests for neurotoxicity: assessment of interlaboratory reproducibility with neuroactive chemicalsNOVELLINO Antonio; SCELFO BIBIANA; PALOSAARI Taina; PRICE Anna; SOBANSKI Tomasz; SHAFER Tim; JOHNSTONE Andrew; GROSS Gunter; GRAMOWSKI Alexandra; SCHROEDER Olaf, et alArticles in Journals
2014Genomic and Phenotypic Alterations of the Neuronal-Like Cells Derived from Human Embryonal Carcinoma Stem Cells (NT2) Caused by Exposure to Organophosphorus Compounds Paraoxon and MipafoxPAMIES David; SOGORB Miguel; FABBRI MARCO; GRIBALDO Laura; COLLOTTA Angelo; SCELFO BIBIANA; VILANOVA Eugenio; HARRIS Georgina; PRICE AnnaArticles 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
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