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The putative TGN1412 binding epitope on CD28

ATLA Volume 34, No 2

May 2006


Michael Balls
Editorial: Animal Experimentation: Should the Three Rs be Abandoned?  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

News & Views  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

ECVAM News & Views  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Richard Clothier,Elke Gottschalg, Silvia Casati and Michael Balls
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory Database. 1. In Vitro Basal Cytotoxicity determined by the Kenacid Blue Total Protein Assay  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Sebastian Hoffmann and Thomas Hartung
Designing Validation Studies More Efficiently According to the Modular Approach: Retrospective Analysis of the EPISKIN Test for Skin Corrosion  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Philipp Hess, Barbara Grune, David B. Anderson, Tore Aune, Luis M. Botana, Paolo Caricato, Hans P. van Egmond, Marlies Halder, Sherwood Hall, James F. Lawrence, Colin Moffat, Roberto Poletti, John Richmond, Gian Paolo Rossini, Catherine Seamer and Jorge Serratosa Vilageliu
Three Rs Approaches in Marine Biotoxin Testing The Report and Recommendations of a joint ECVAM/DG SANCO Workshop (ECVAM Workshop 55)  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Nirmala Bhogal and Robert Combes.
TGN1412: Time to Change the Paradigm for the Testing of New Pharmaceuticals  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Michelle Hudson
Comment: Recommendations for Improving the Home Office Project Licence Abstracts  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]

Baroness Perry of Southwark Chair of the Nuffield Council of Bioethics Working Party on The ethics of research involving animals
Comment: A Response to Reviews by Russell, Festing and Patel, Hendriksen, and Thomas on the Nuffield Council on Bioethics Report, The ethics of research involving animals  [ Abstract ]   [ PDF ]