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Professor Russell (left) who died on 27th July 2006, seen here with Lord Soulsby of Swaffham Prior, Patron of FRAME

ATLA Volume 34, No 4

August 2006


Christina Grindon, Robert Combes, Mark T.D. Cronin, David W. Roberts and John F. Garrod
Comment: Integrated Testing Strategies for Use in the EU REACH System  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Helena Kandárová, Manfred Liebsch, Elisabeth Schmidt, Elke Genschow, Dieter Traue, Horst Spielmann, Kirstin Meyer, Claudia Steinhoff, Carine Tornier, Bart De Wever and Martin Rosdy
Assessment of the Skin Irritation Potential of Chemicals by Using the SkinEthic Reconstructed Human Epidermal Model and the Common Skin Irritation Protocol Evaluated in the ECVAM Skin Irritation Validation Study  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Wolfgang E. Thasler, Thilo Schlott, Arno Kalkuhl,Thomas Plän,2Bernhard Irrgang, Karl-Walter Jauch, and Thomas S. Weiss
Human Tissue for In Vitro Research as an Alternative to Animal Experiments: A Charitable “Honest Broker” Model to Fulfil Ethical and Legal Regulations and to Protect Research Participants  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

News & Views  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

ECVAM News & Views  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

IIVS News & Views  [ Abstract ]  

Kimmo Louekari, Kirsi Sihvonen, Marko Kuittinen and Vibeke Sømnes3
In Vitro Tests within the REACH Information Strategies  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Spielmann, H. and Vogel, R.
Editorial: REACH Testing Requirements Must Not be Driven by Reproductive Toxicity Testing in Animals  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Nirmala Bhogal and Robert Combes
Comment: The Relevance of Genetically Altered Mouse Models of Human Disease  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]