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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010The assessment of estrogenic or anti-estrogenic activity of chemicals by the human stably transfected estrogen sensitive MELN cell line: Results of test performance and transferabilityWITTERS Hilda; FREYBERGER Alexius; SMITS K.; VANGENECHTEN Clea; LOFINK W.; WEIMER M.; BREMER Susanne; AHR Hans Juergen; BERCKMANS P.Articles in Journals
2005Efficient Use of Water in the Textile Finishing IndustryMATTIOLI Davide; DE FLORIO Loredana; GIORDANO Andrea; TARANTINI Mario; SCALBI Simona; AGUADO MONSONET MIGUEL; BIANCHI Roberto; BERGNA Giovanni; WITTERS Hilda; GENNE Inge, et alArticles in Journals
2013A European perspective on alternatives to animal testing for environmental hazard identification and risk assessmentSCHOLZ Stefan; SELA Erika; BLAHA Ludek; BRAUNBECK Thomas; GALAY-BURGOS Malyka; GARCÍA-FRANCO Maurizio; GUINEA Joaquin; SCHIRMER Kristin; TANNEBERGER Katrin; TOBOR-KAPŁON Marysia, et alArticles in Journals
2010Optimization and Prevalidation of the in Vitro ER CALUX Method to Test Estrogenic and Antiestrogenic Activity of CompoundsVAN DER BURG Bart; WINTER Roos; WEIMER Marc; BECKMANNS Pascale; SUZUKI Go; GIJSBERG Linda; JONAS Arjen; VAN DER LINDEN Sander; WITTERS Hilda; AARTS Jac, et alArticles in Journals
2010The ReProTect Feasibility Study, a novel comprehensive in vitro approach to detect reproductive toxicantsSCHENK Barabara; WEIMER Marc; BREMER Susanne; VAN DER BURG Bart; CORTVRINDT Rita; FREYBERGER Alexius; LAZZARI Giovanna; PELLIZZER Cristian; PIERSMA Aldert; SCHAEFER Wolfgang, et alArticles in Journals
2002Sex Hormones Originating from Different Livestock Production systems: Fate and Potential Disrupting Activity in the Environment.LANGE Iris g.; DAXENBERGER Andreas; SCHIFFER Battina; WITTERS Hilda; IBARRETA Dolores; MEYER H.h.d.Articles in Journals
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