New issue of ATLA

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New issue of ATLA

The new issue (44.3) of FRAME’s scientific journal ATLA is out now.

The contents include:

EDITORIAL: First thoughts on the effects on the protection of laboratory animals of the UK’s departure from the European Union
M. Balls

ARTICLES:
The use of in vivo, ex vivo, in vitro, computational models and volunteer studies in vision research and therapy, and their contribution to the Three Rs
R.D. Combes & A.B. Shah

More than 70 years of pyrogen detection: Current state and future perspectives
S. Fennrich, U. Hennig, L. Toliashvili, C. Schlensak, H.P. Wendel & S. Stoppelkamp

Evaluation of non-animal methods for assessing skin sensitisation hazard: A Bayesian Value-of-Information analysis
M. Leontaridou, S. Gabbert, E.C. Van Ierland, A.P. Worth & R. Landsiedel

COMMENT:
Exploring waiving opportunities for mammalian acute systemic toxicity tests
R. Graepel, D. Asturiol, P. Prieto & A.P. Worth

Local tolerance testing under REACH: Accepted non-animal methods are not on equal footing with animal tests
U.G. Sauer, E.H. Hill, R.D. Curren, H.A. Raabe, S.N. Kolle, W. Teubner, A. Mehling & R. Landsiedel

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