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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
New version, June 2014
Located in Test Method Submission
Skin sensitization - Fourth free REACH seminar (one of six) - Jan 28, 2015
Skin sensitization - Fourth 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
Located in news
EURL ECVAM Recommendation on the human Cell Line Activation Test (h-CLAT) for Skin Sensitisation testing
Located in EURL ECVAM Recommendations
EURL ECVAM is inviting public comments on its draft Recommendation on the use of non-animal approaches for skin sensitisation testing
Located in EURL ECVAM Recommendations / Public Comments
File draft Recommendation on the use of non-animal approaches for skin sensitisation testing
Located in EURL ECVAM Recommendations / Public Comments
EURL ECVAM is inviting public comments on its draft Recommendation on the use of non-animal approaches for skin sensitisation testing - Mar 31, 2017
EURL ECVAM is inviting public comments on its draft Recommendation on the use of non-animal approaches for skin sensitisation testing
The European Union Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM) is inviting public comments on its latest draft Recommendation concerning the use of non-animal approaches for skin sensitisation testing.
EURL ECVAM Recommendation on the use of non-animal approaches for skin sensitisation testing
Located in EURL ECVAM Recommendations
Reducing animal testing while improving the safety assessment of chemicals for skin allergies - May 03, 2017
Reducing animal testing while improving the safety assessment of chemicals for skin allergies
The JRC's European Union Reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing (EURL ECVAM) has published its recommendation on the use of non-animal approaches for skin sensitisation (allergy) testing. This document builds on the progress made in the area since the publication of the EURL ECVAM strategy in 2013 and provides EURL ECVAM views on the latest two methods for skin sensitisation, the LuSens and the U-SENS™, peer-reviewed by the EURL ECVAM Scientific Advisory Committee (ESAC) and on Defined Approaches which are based on the integration of different kinds of non-animal data.
Skin sensitisation – new methods to replace animal testing - Jun 16, 2015
Skin sensitisation – new methods to replace animal testing
In the last 10 years, there has been great progress in developing non-animal methods to assess a chemical's potential to cause this debilitating health effect. Attention is focused now on gaining regulatory acceptance of these new methods and ensuring they are used.
Predicting chemicals that may cause skin allergy - validated non-animal methods do not miss chemicals requiring activation - Mar 01, 2016
Predicting chemicals that may cause skin allergy - validated non-animal methods do not miss chemicals requiring activation
In order to inform ongoing discussions at the regulatory level in the EU, the JRC's European Union Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM), supported by a group of experts, analysed the extent to which validated non-animal methods are able to correctly identify chemicals that need to be activated to acquire skin sensitisation potential.