Implementation of New Test Methods into Practical Testing

September 27, 2016

New toxicology test methods, especially those using in vitro methods, are continually being developed. Some are used by industry for screening purposes; others are eventually validated for regulatory use. However, for a new test method to be firmly adopted by industry it must be readily available, generally through an in-house industry laboratory, an academic laboratory, or a contract research organization. Read chapter.  

Bridging the Gap Between Regulatory Acceptance and Industry Use of Non-animal Methods

June 2, 2016

Clippinger, AJ, Hill, E, Curren, R, Bishop, P. Alternatives to Animal Experimentation (ALTEX)

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Fragrance Impact On Marketed Air Freshener Products By BCOP Assay And Histology

January 1, 2005

Source: Presented at the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, 2006

Ocular Safety: A Silent (In Vitro) Success Story

January 1, 2002

Alternative to Laboratory Animals (ATLA)

In Vitro Alternatives for Ocular Irritation

January 1, 1998

Environmental Health Perspectives