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List of papers, year 2003

Combes, R.D., Berridge, T., Connelly, J., Eve, M.D., Garner, R.C., Toon, S., Wilcox, P.   Early microdose drug studies in human volunteers can minimise animal testing: Proceedings of a workshop organised by Volunteers in Research and Testing.    European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 19(1), 1-11 (2003).   [Abstract]   [Purchase from publisher]

Festing, M.F.W.   Principles: The need for better experimental design.    Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 24(7), 341-345 (2003).   [Abstract]   [Purchase from publisher]

Festing, M.F.W.   We should be designing better experiments.    Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 30(2), 59-61 (2003).   [Abstract]   [Purchase from publisher]

Morton, D.B., Hawkins, P., Bevan, R., Heath, K., Kirkwood, J., Pearce, P., Scott, L., Whelan, G. and Webb, A.   Refinements in telemetry procedures - Seventh report of the BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW Joint Working Group on Refinement, part A.    Laboratory Animals, 37(4), 261-299 (2003).   [Abstract]   [pdf]

Robinson, V., Morton, D.B., Anderson, D., Carver, J.F.A., Francis, R.J., Hubrecht, R., Jenkins, E., Mathers, K.E., Raymond, R., Rosewell, I., Wallace, J. and Wells, D.J.   Refinement and reduction in production of genetically modified mice - Sixth report of the BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW Joint Working Group on Refinement.    Laboratory Animals, 37(Suppl. 1), S1-S51 (2003).   [Abstract]   [Supplement]

Robinson, V., Morton, D.B., Anderson, D., Carver, J.F.A., Francis, R.J., Hubrecht, R., Jenkins, E., Mathers, K.E., Raymond, R., Roswell, I., Wallace, J. and Wells, D.J.   Refinement and reduction in production of genetically modified mice: Sixth report of BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW Joint Working Group on Refinement.    Laboratory Animals 37 (Suppl. 1), S1-S51 (2003).   [Abstract]   [Supplement]

Morton, D.B., Hawkins, P., Bevan, R., Heath, K., Kirkwood, J., Pearce, P., Scott, L., Whelan, G. and Webb, A.   Refinements in telemetry procedures. seventh report of the BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW Joint Working Group on Refinement, Part A.    Laboratory Animals, 37(4), 261-299 (2003).   [Abstract]   [pdf]

Vaughan, S. and Combes, R.   The challenge: reducing animal use.    Toxicology Letters, 144(Suppl. 1), S43 (2003).   [Abstract]   [Purchase from publisher]

Casati, S., Collotta, A., Clothier, R. and Gribaldo, L.   Refinement of the colony-forming unit-megakaryocyte (CFU–MK) assay for its application to pharmaco-toxicological testing.    Toxicology in Vitro, 17, 69-75 (2003).   [Abstract]   [Purchase from publisher]

Balls, M.   Golden cows and sacred geese: it’s all Greek to me.    ATLA, 31, 1–2 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Balls, M. and Combes, R.   Comments on the House of Lords Select Committee proposal for the establishment of a Centre for the Three Rs.    ATLA, 31, 1-5 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Balls, M., Clothier, R., Combes, R., Festing, M., Halder, M., Jukes, N. and Morton, D.   Some reflections on the 4th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 11-15 August 2002.    ATLA, 31, 53-62 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Balls, M.   Animal experimentation as perceived by the citizens of Britain and France.    ATLA, 31, 83-84 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Balls, M.   Introduction. biostatistical methods and the development, validation and application of in vitro toxicity tests.    ATLA, 31(Suppl. 1), 1–3 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Balls, M.   What price vanity? No end in sight for the cosmetics testing saga.    ATLA, 31, 373–375 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Balls, M.   The future of non-human primates as laboratory animals in Great Britain: please don’t build the Cambridge laboratory!    ATLA, 31, 545–547 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Balls, M.   Botulinum toxin testing in animals: the questions remain unanswered.    ATLA, 31, 611–615 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Bottrill, K.   Growing old disgracefully: the cosmetic use of botulinum toxin.    ATLA, 31, 381–391 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Combes, R., Barratt, M. and Balls, M.   An overall strategy for the testing of chemicals for human hazard and risk assessment under the EU REACH system.    ATLA, 31, 7-19 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Combes, R.D. and Balls, M.   How much flexibility is possible when validating new in vivo and in vitro toxicity test methods?    ATLA, 31, 225–232 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Combes, R., Dandrea, J. and Balls, M.   A critical assessment of the European Commission’s proposals for the risk assessment and registration of chemical substances in the European Union.    ATLA, 31, 353–364 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Combes, R.D.   The mouse bioassay for diarrhetic shellfish poisoning: a gross misuse of laboratory animals and of scientific methodology.    ATLA, 31, 595–610 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Combes, R.D.   A critical assessment of the OECD collaborative study to validate the uterotrophic assay for the detection of oestrogenic and anti-oestrogenic chemicals.    ATLA, 31, 489–499 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Combes, R.D., Dandrea, J. and Balls, M.   FRAME and the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution: common recommendations for assessing risks posed by chemicals under the EU REACH system.    ATLA, 31, 529–535 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Dandrea, J. and Combes, R.D.   A survey of stakeholder organisations on the proposed new European chemicals policy.    ATLA, 31, 501–528 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]

Vaughan, S.   Comments on the sixth report of the animal welfare advisory committee.    ATLA, 31, 207–212 (2003).   [Abstract]    [PDF]