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Supporting chemical safety assessment with computational models of the skin - Sep 22, 2017
Supporting chemical safety assessment with computational models of the skin
JRC scientists contributed to the review of in silico models that have been developed for the prediction of skin permeability. Such models are relevant for the implementation of EU legislation on chemicals that strongly recommend or require the use of alternative approaches to animal studies.
Skin irritation and corrosion - Second free REACH webinar - Nov 11, 2014
Skin irritation and corrosion - Second free REACH webinar
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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Updated list of alternative test methods submitted to EURL ECVAM - Jun 20, 2014
Updated list of alternative test methods submitted to EURL ECVAM
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Breakthrough towards animal-free testing for chemicals that might cause skin allergies - Feb 05, 2015
Breakthrough towards animal-free testing for chemicals that might cause skin allergies
Today's adoption by the OECD of two new test guidelines will contribute to reducing the number of animals currently used worldwide to identify chemicals with the potential to trigger skin allergies.
Optimised strategies for the identification of skin sensitising chemicals - Oct 13, 2016
Optimised strategies for the identification of skin sensitising chemicals
JRC scientists have been developing and optimising animal-free testing strategies for the identification of chemicals with the potential to cause skin allergy, 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.