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Laboratory Hazards Bulletin is a literature updating service providing information on safety measures, potential hazards and new legislation affecting laboratory workers in all fields, including R&D, analytical and hospital laboratories. Covering a wide range of primary literature sources, including key scientific and trade journals, Laboratory Hazards Bulletin includes details of relevant literature presented as searchable records.

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Analytical methods impact estimates of trichloroethylene's glutathione conjugation and risk assessment.

F. Zhang, S. Marty, R. Budinsky, M. Bartels, L. H. Pottenger, J. Bus, C. Bevan, T. Erskine, A. Clark, B. Holzheuer and D. Markham

Design and validation of an ontology-driven animal-free testing strategy for developmental neurotoxicity testing.

E. V. S. Hessel, Y. C. M. Staal and A. H. Piersma

Testing for developmental neurotoxicity using a battery of in vitro assays for key cellular events in neurodevelopment.

J. A. Harrill, T. Freudenrich, K. Wallace, K. Ball, T. J. Shafer and W. R. Mundy

Consensus statement on the need for innovation, transition and implementation of developmental neurotoxicity (DNT) testing for regulatory purposes.

E. Fritsche, P. Grandjean, K. M. Crofton, M. Aschner, A. Goldberg, T. Heinonen, E. V. S. Hessel, H. T. Hogberg, S. H. Bennekou, P. J. Lein, W. R. Mundy, M. Paparella, H. Witters, M.-G. Zurich and A. Bal-Price

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