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1997Current Status and Future Developments of Databases on Alternative Methods. The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 25.JANUSCH Annett; VAN DER KAMP Margot; BOTTRILL K.; GRUNE Barbara; ANDERSON David; EKWALL Bjorn; HOWALD M.; KOLAR Roman; KUIPER Hans; LARSON Jean, et alArticles in Journals
2008Dissemination Strategies: How Do they Influence the Uptake of New 3Rs Methods across Laboratories and other Boundaries? - A Report of a Workshop held by the European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing (EPAA) Working Group 3aROBINSON Sally; BASKETTER David; BUSSI Rita; COENEN Joachim; CONNOLLY Philip; ELVIG-JORGENSEN Signe Gry; HERMANS Helma; HOFFMEISTER Alan; LACERDA Antonio; LINGE JENS, et alArticles 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
2010Optimization of chemically defined cell culture media - Replacing Fetal Bovine Serum in mammalian in vitro methodsVAN DER VALK Jan; DE SMET K.; FEX Svenningsen; HONEGGER Paul; KNUDSEN L.; LINDL T.; NORABERG J.; PRICE Anna; SCARINO M.l.; GSTRAUNTHALER G., et alArticles in Journals
2004The Report and Recommendaqtions of the Workshop "Retrieval Approaches for Alternative Methods to Animal Experiments"FALLON Michael; GRUNE Barbara; HOWARD Carol; KULPA-EDDY Jodie; LARSON Jean; LEARY Sue; ROI Annett; VAN DER VALK Jan; WOOD MaryArticles in Journals
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