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Alternatives To Laboratory Animals

 

 

 

41.6

The 2012 Lush Prize Awards

Kelly A. BéruBé and Katy Brown

Full text pdf 41(6), 419–422

 

41.5

The Labelling of All Medicinal Products as Dependent on Animal Research would be a Minefield to be Avoided At All Costs

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 41(5), 325–327

 

 

41.4

Transparency and Public Accountability on the Use of Non-Human Primates as Laboratory Animals Needs Actions, as Well as Words

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 41(4), 251–252

 

41.3

The Increasing Use of Genetically-altered Animals Threatens the Credibility of Directive 2010/63/EU

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 41(3), 199–203

 

 

41.2

When Using Animal Tests or Alternative Methods, We are Also Testing Ourselves

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 41(2), 141–143

 

41.1

Computational Toxicology is Now Inseparable from  Experimental Toxicology

Mark T.D. Cronin

Full text pdf 41(1), 1–4

 

40.6

FRAME and the Pharmaceutical Industry

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 40(6), 295–300

 

40.5

Where does iPS Cell Technology Leave the Promoters of the Creation and Use of Admixed Animal–Human Embryos?

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 40(5), 227–228

 

40.4

The Conflict over Animal Experimentation: Is the Field of Battle Changing?

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 40(4), 189–191

  

40.3

The International Transport of Laboratory Animals: No Excuse for Biased Extremism of Any Kind

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 40(3), 133–136

 

40.2

Ban on the Use of Great Apes as Laboratory Animals in the UK

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 40(2), 69–71 

 

40.1

 

China is Taking Steps Toward Alternatives to Animal Testing

Rodger Curren and Brian Jones

Full text pdf 40(1), 1–2

 

39.6

Animal Experimentation and the Labelling of Drugs

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 39(6), 497–500

 

39.5 

Toxicity Testing: The Need for New Maps for the Future

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 39(5), 417–418

 

39.4

The Three Rs and Animal Experimentation — Documented Signs of Advancement, or of Stagnation?

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 39(4), 299–301

 

39.3

Animal Experiments and Alternatives: Matters of Belief and Trust

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 39(3), 201–202

 

39.2

Modern Alternative Approaches to the Problem of Drug-induced Livery Injury

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 39(2), 103–107

 

39.1

Replacing Animal Experimentation: On Creating the Puzzles to be Solved

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 39(1), 1–2

 

38.6

ATLA (Alternatives to Laboratory Animals): Past, Present and Future 

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 38(6), 437–441

 

38.5

The EU Commission’s Draft Report on Alternative (Nonanimal) Methods for Cosmetics Testing: Current Status and Future Prospects — 2010: A Missed Opportunity   

Horst Spielmann

Full text pdf 38(5), 339–343

 

38.4

ATLA — A Truly International Journal

Rita Seabra and Susan Trigwell

Full text pdf 38(4), 259–260

 

38.3

Alternative Methods: Servants of Two Masters

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 38(3), 195–197

 

38.2

Adult Human Stem Cells and Toxicity Testing: Realising the Potential

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 38(2), 91–92

 

38.1

Replacing the Animal Testing of Botulinum Toxin: Time to Smooth Out the Wrinkles

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 38(1), 1–2

 

37.6

Replacing, Reducing and Refining Animal Experiments: Making Sound Progress, but Must Do Better

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 37(6), 579-580

 

37.5

In Silico Toxicology Challenges for Pharmaceuticals: Complacency or Controversy?

Mark T.D. Cronin

Full text pdf 37(5), 453-456

 

37.4

21st centry drug development: advances, opportunities and challenges

Nirmal Bhogal

Full text pdf 37(4), 335–339

 

37.3

Animal experimentation and the Three Rs: time for honest answers to some leading questions

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 37(3), 233–237

 

37.2

Refinement: a sense of progress

M. Jennings

Full text pdf 37(2), 149–153

 

37.1

Fifty years after Russell and Burch, toxicologists continue to ignore genetic variation in their test animals.

M.F.W. Festing

Full text pdf 37(1), 1–5

 

36.6

Animal Experimentation: Weighing the Benefits Against the Suffering

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 36(6), 615–618

 

36.5

Animal–human hybridisation: progressing down the slippery slope

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 36(5), 475–478

 

36.4

Advocates of Animal Experimentation: What’s in a Name?

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 36(4), 371–372

36.3

Experiments on humans and animals: can the end justify the means?

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 36(3), 263–264

 

36.2

The Production of Admixed Animal–Human Embryos: Is it Necessary, or Merely Desirable?

Michael Balls

Full text pdf 36(2), 119–121

 

36.1

Animal experimentation: the need for deliberation and challenge

S. Festing

Full text pdf 36(1), 1–4