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Tuesday May 12, 2009

In 2007, the National Research Council released a report entitled Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: a Vision and a Strategy. That report proposed a new paradigm for toxicity testing that envisions evaluation of biologically significant perturbations in key toxicity pathways using new methods in computational biology and a comprehensive array of in vitro tests based on human biology. The new paradigm was developed to provide broad coverage of chemicals, mixtures, outcomes, and life stages; to reduce the numbers of animals used in testing and the cost and time associated with testing; and to develop a more robust scientific basis for assessing health effects of environmental agents. Learn More »

Wednesday May 13, 2009
Start: 05/11/2009
End: 05/13/2009

In 2007, the National Research Council released a report entitled Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: a Vision and a Strategy. That report proposed a new paradigm for toxicity testing that envisions evaluation of biologically significant perturbations in key toxicity pathways using new methods in computational biology and a comprehensive array of in vitro tests based on human biology. The new paradigm was developed to provide broad coverage of chemicals, mixtures, outcomes, and life stages; to reduce the numbers of animals used in testing and the cost and time associated with testing; and to develop a more robust scientific basis for assessing health effects of environmental agents. Learn More »

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