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Review of state-of-the-science of non-animal alternatives for acute systemic toxicity testing - Aug 09, 2017
Review of state-of-the-science of non-animal alternatives for acute systemic toxicity testing
The JRC participated along with other international experts in the review of current approaches for acute systemic toxicity testing
Alternative approaches to mammalian acute systemic toxicity testing - Fifth free REACH seminar (one of six) - Mar 05, 2015
Alternative approaches to mammalian acute systemic toxicity testing - Fifth free REACH seminar (one of six)
Updated information on alternative methods and testing strategies that could be used to meet REACH information requirements on aspects of toxicological hazard of registered chemicals
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Opportunities to prevent new animal testing in the area of acute toxicity - Oct 21, 2016
Opportunities to prevent new animal testing in the area of acute toxicity
JRC scientists have been exploring possible ways to waive mammalian acute toxicity tests, as a contribution towards international efforts aimed at fulfilling regulatory information requirements on chemical safety while at the same time reducing or avoiding the use of vertebrate animals.
Alternative approaches for acute systemic toxicity testing: EURL ECVAM releases its strategy - Dec 19, 2014
Alternative approaches for acute systemic toxicity testing: EURL ECVAM releases its strategy
The European Union Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM) of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre has just released a strategy on how to replace, reduce and refine the use of animals for acute mammalian systemic toxicity testing
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Strategy to replace, reduce and refine the use of animals in the assessment of acute mammalian systemic toxicity
Released in December 2014
Located in EURL ECVAM Strategy Papers