Useful Links

Organisations related to in vitro testing

Please find below useful links within the in vitro community activities relevant to the area of advanced in vitro exposure systems for inhalation and skin exposure.

    Website dedicated to advancing non-animal methods of toxicity testing through online discussion and information exchange.
  • CAAT
    Johns Hopkins University Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing
  • CleanAir
    CleanAir network competencies and promote technologies to improve air quality.
  • C3-Projekt
    Within carbon concrete composite project the innovative construction material carbon-concrete is being investigated under various considerations. VITROCELL® is part of group “health, occupational safety and environment” to investigate influence towards health of carbon concrete. VITROCELL® develops an Abrasive Dust Generator and an Automated Exposure Station with integrated dosimetry tools for the project.
  • ecopa
    European consensus-platform for alternatives. The concept of consensus between the parties concerned, i.e. animal welfare, industry
    European Union Reference Laboratory on Alternatives to Animal Testing
  • Eurotox
    Association of European Toxicologists and European Societies of Toxicology
    Fund for the replacement of animals in medical experiments
    USA Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Validation of Alternative Methods
  • IIVS
    The Institute for In Vitro Sciences, Inc. is a non-profit research and testing laboratory dedicated to the advancement of in vitro (non-animal) methods worldwide. Please have a look at the overview of activities in inhalation research here.
  • ITC
    At Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the Institute for Technical Chemistry (ITC) is investigating the impact of aerosols (combustion derived aerosols, nanoparticles) to cell cultures exposed at the air-liquid interface.
  • NanoMILE Project
    VITROCELL® is partner of this prestigious EU funded project. Engineered nanomaterial  mechanisms of interactions with living systems and the environment: a universal framework for safe nanotechnology
  • Nano Safety Cluster
    The Cluster is an initiative of the European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (DG RTD) to maximize collaboration, outcome and impact of projects within the cluster.
  • PETA
    PETA Science Consortium International e.V. advances the use and development of non-animal testing methods and strategies with a particular interest in inhalation toxicity.
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