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Human-based Systems in Drug and Chemical Safety Testing – Toward Replacement, the ‘Single R’

“With growing evidence of the shortcomings of laboratory animal testing to reliably predict human responsiveness to chemicals, questions are now being asked as to whether it is appropriate to use animals as human surrogates at all.”

Dr Robert A. Coleman

ATLA – Alternatives To Laboratory Animals, Volume 42, Issue 6 – December 2014

ATLA is FRAME’s peer-reviewed scientific journal, published six times a year

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