22 - 24 February, 2011, America Square Conference Centre, London, UK
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Research Article - FlowCytometric Detection of Pig-A Mutant Red Blood Cells Using an Erythroid-Specific Antibody
Evaluation of Macaca mulatta as a model for genotoxicity studies
Nirmala Bhogal, Rita Seabra and Michelle Hudson examine methods to limit the level of animal testing in clinical research
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Late stage attrition of nascent drugs causes substantial losses, both financially and in terms of effort...Recent advances on several fronts are providing in silico, cellular and animal models that more faithfully predict clinical reality. I am speaking at Predictive Toxicology again this year to help keep attention focused on mitochondrial dysfunction as a key safety issue, but also to hear about the latest developments on other fronts.
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