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ATLA Volume 40, No 1

March 2012

 
Electronic version: £ 23.00

Printed version: £ 32.50

Both printed and download version: £ 37.50

Rodger Curren and Brian Jones
Editorial: China is Taking Steps Toward Alternatives to Animal Testing    [ PDF ]

Michell Thew, Jarrod Bailey, Michael Balls and Michelle Hudson
Submission: The Ban on the Use of Chimpanzees in Biomedical Research and Testing in the UK Should Be Made Permanent and Legally Binding A joint submission to the Coalition Government by the BUAV and FRAME  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]


News & Views  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]


CAAT News Views  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]


IIVA News & Views  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]


News from the FAL  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Kai Januschowski, Ahmad Zhour, Albert Lee, Ramin Maddani, Sebastian Mueller, Martin S. Spitzer, Sven Schnichels, Maximilian Schultheiss, Deshka Doycheva, Karl-Ulrich Bartz-Schmid and Peter Szurman
Testing the Biocompatibility of a Glutathione-containing Intra-ocular Irrigation Solution by Using an Isolated Perfused Bovine Retina Organ Culture Model an Alternative to Animal Testing  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Hajime Kojima, Yoko Ando, Kenji Idehara, Masakazu Katoh, Tadashi Kosaka, Etsuyoshi Miyaoka, Shinsuke Shinoda, Tamie Suzuki, Yoshihiro Yamaguchi, Isao Yoshimura, Atsuko Yuasa, Yukihiko Watanabe and Takashi Omori
Validation Study of the In Vitro Skin Irritation Test with the LabCyte EPI-MODEL24  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Jessica Stahl, Frank Niedorf, Mareike Wohlert and Manfred Kietzmann
The In Vitro Use of the Hair Follicle Closure Technique to Study the Follicular and Percutaneous Permeation of Topically Applied Drugs  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Michael Balls
Comment: Ethical Issues in the Production of Human Cell Lines and Stem Cell Lines  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]


Book Review  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]