Trends Newsletter | Spring 2015

Progress in Highthroughput <i>In Vitro</i> Toxicity Testing

Spring 2015 | In Vitro Toxicity Testing | by Robyn Prueitt

Progress in Highthroughput In Vitro Toxicity Testing

Many scientists are exploring ways to assess chemical hazards using innovative in vitro techniques that could one day replace traditional animal toxicology studies.

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Causal Analysis Using <i>In Vitro</i> Data

Spring 2015 | In Vitro Toxicity Testing | by Lorenz Rhomberg

Causal Analysis Using In Vitro Data

While progress has been made, much more research is needed to characterize the potential in vivo toxicity of chemicals entirely through causal pathways based on in vitro examination.

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<i>In Vitro</i> Toxicity Testing: Practical Implications

Spring 2015 | In Vitro Toxicity Testing | by Lisa Bailey

In Vitro Toxicity Testing: Practical Implications

In vitro testing holds great promise as a meaningful risk assessment tool provided that studies are able to utilize relevant dosing, and the data are carefully interpreted.

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Guest Editorial: Harmonizing <i>In Vitro</i> and <i>In Vivo</i> Study Findings for Engineered Nanomaterials

Spring 2015 | In Vitro Toxicity Testing | by Philip Demokritou and Joel Cohen

Guest Editorial: Harmonizing In Vitro and In Vivo Study Findings for Engineered Nanomaterials

More development and standardization are needed before in vitro assays can become a reliable tool for hazard screening of nanomaterials.

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What's New at Gradient

Spring 2015 | In Vitro Toxicity Testing | by Gradient

What's New at Gradient

A listing of awards, announcements, recent publications and upcoming presentations

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