SLIM publications The 'SLIM' consortium has published some of it's relevant findings in four recent scientific publications (see references below). During the project, data was collected from hundreds of chemicals in two specific databases. One contained data relating to toxicity effects on
Check out our latest publications: Poland M, Ten Klooster JP, Wang Z, Pieters R, Boekschoten M, Witkamp R, Meijerink J. Docosahexaenoyl serotonin, an endogenously formed n-3 fatty acid-serotonin conjugate has anti-inflammatory properties by attenuating IL-23-IL-17 signaling in macrophages. Biochim
An Innovative Testing research contribution was accepted for publication  this week in The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. First author Jayasena, together with others describes the comparison of six commercially available methods to determine the content of various peanut allergens
Marie-Jean Schiffelers, PhD candidate at the Utrecht University School of Governance (USBO) distilled the most important drivers and barriers that act upon regulatory acceptance of 3R methods. The conclusions have been summarized in a workshop report, published as an article in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology.
Check out our new publication on a novel alternatives-to-animals method to detect residues of active pertussis toxin (causing Whooping cough) in anti-whooping cough vaccine. Identification of biomarkers to detect residual pertussis toxin using microarray analysis of dendritic cells. Vaessen SF,