EURL ECVAM status report on the development, validation and regulatory acceptance of alternative methods and approaches (2015)
The EURL ECVAM status report provides an update on the progress made in the development, validation and regulatory acceptance of alternative methods and approaches and their dissemination since the last report published in June 2014. It is informing on ongoing research and development activities, validation studies, peer reviews, recommendations, strategies and regulatory/international acceptance of alternative methods and approaches and dissemination activities. R&D activities within large European or International consortia continued in toxicity areas where 3Rs solutions are more... difficult to find due to the underlying complexity of the area. On the other hand, toxicity areas where promising non-animal approaches have been developed, their validation and regulatory acceptance/international adoption could be progressed. Particular emphasis was given to the best and most intelligent combination and integration of these different non-animal approaches to ultimately obtain the required information without resorting to animal testing.
- Corporate author(s): Institute for Health and Consumer Protection (Joint Research Centre)
- Personal author(s): Gouliarmou, Varvara; Schäffer, Michael; Wittwehr, Clemens; Worth, Andrew; Dumont, Coralie; Corvi, Raffaella; Madia, Federica; Landesmann, Brigitte; Janusch-Roi, Annett; Prieto, Pilar; Munn, Sharon; Berggren, Elisabet; Belz, Suzanne; Desprez, Bertrand; Milcamps, Anne; Zuang, Valérie; Casati, Silvia; Barroso, João; Bessems, Jos; Halder, Marlies; Triebe, Jutta; Kienzler, Aude; Bernasconi, Camilla; Price, Anna; Bopp, Stephanie; Griesinger, Claudius; Coecke, Sandra; Whelan, Maurice Themes: Scientific and technical research , Medical and biological research
- Subject: animal experimentation , chemical compound , chemical product , health risk , research method , research report , testing , toxicology