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Alternative Test Methods & Biologicals/Vaccines
Located in Alternatives to animal testing and Safety Assessment of Chemicals
Reduction of animal tests: EURL ECVAM contributed to the recently adopted VICH guideline on "Harmonization of criteria to waive the target animal batch safety testing for inactivated vaccines for veterinary use" - Apr 16, 2013
Reduction of animal tests: EURL ECVAM contributed to the recently adopted VICH guideline on "Harmonization of criteria to waive the target animal batch safety testing for inactivated vaccines for veterinary use"
The new guideline on "Harmonization of criteria to waive the target batch animal safety testing for inactivated vaccines for veterinary use" (VICH GL50) was recently adopted by the Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use of the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
The 3Rs in the quality control of human vaccines: EURL ECVAM releases summary of ongoing projects - Jan 20, 2016
The 3Rs in the quality control of human vaccines: EURL ECVAM releases summary of ongoing projects
The European Union Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM) of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre has just released its report summarising ongoing projects to replace, reduce and refine the use of animals in the quality control of human vaccines.
Two new guidelines for the reduction of animal tests for quality control of veterinary vaccines - May 31, 2017
Two new guidelines for the reduction of animal tests for quality control of veterinary vaccines
JRC scientists supported the development of two guidelines released by the International Cooperation on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Veterinary Medicinal Products (VICH) on the harmonisation of criteria to waive target animal batch safety tests for inactivated and live veterinary vaccines. Their implementation (from May 2018 onwards) is a major step towards international harmonisation and will reduce the number of animals used for batch release testing. The JRC's EU Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM) has been working on behalf of EMA with VICH experts on the development of these guidelines.