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Quality Considerations: Redefining Test Systems from Animals to Tissues and Beyond

August 28, 2017
Presented at the 2017 World Congress on Alternatives and Animals in the Life Sciences (WC10) A.K. Ulrey, RQAP-GLP; H.A. Raabe, M.S. The use of non-whole animal test methods transforms the way regulatory requirements are applied in preclinical testing. Recent global regulatory initiatives emphasize the importance of transitioning to human relevant assays and test systems that do not use animals. When these methods are moved from research into the regulated arena, GLP principles must be followed. The GLPs were originally written in the...

Case Study: Applying GLPs to New, Non-Animal Methodologies

January 26, 2017
2nd Good Laboratory Practice Compliance Summit...

Applying Good Laboratory Practice (GLPs) to In Vitro Studies

January 3, 2005
Source:  World Congress 2005...