Advanced in vitro exposure systems.

24. Mar. 2020

Comparison of Vapor and Liquid Phase Acrolein Exposures to Air Liquid Interface (ALI) Cell Cultures

David H. Brandwein, F. Adam Bettmann, Michael P. DeLorme, Alan T. Eveland, Lawrence M. Milchak 
3M Corporate Toxicology and Environmental Science, St. Paul, MN
 

The STL is working to develop an in vitro screening ALI model to assess the acute respiratory irritation potential for new chemicals. These experiments examined multiple aspects of the model, including different cell culture systems (A549 and EpiAirway), different exposure methods (dynamic vapor and liquid phase), and different post exposure periods, all using acrolein as a model respiratory irritant. The goal was to better understand the critical parameters of the cell systems and exposure methods to enable the development of a consistent screening model, while gaining clarity of the dosimetry. 

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20. Mar. 2016

VITROCELL® User Group Meeting 2016

11 March 2016, Hilton New Orleans Riverside, USA prior to the Society of Toxicology 55th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo

After a successful User Group Meeting 2015 in the EUROPA-PARK in Germany, International scientists from Europe, Japan and USA followed the invitation of VITROCELL® Systems to the 2016 User Group Meeting.

It offered an excellent opportunity to discuss the latest developments of VITROCELL®, to exchange experiences in working with VITROCELL® devices and to meet fellow researchers. The meeting took place prior to the international Society of Toxicology 55th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo – one of the largest international conferences related to toxicology.

The focus of the event was to present new routes dosimetry, to give an update on VITROCELL’s participation in major European research programs related to nanoparticles as well as the presentation of new products for 2016.

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31. Aug. 2011

A novel dynamic gas mixing system to assess the human lung cells response to BTXE exposure at low levels

EUROTOX Paris, France

August 28-31, 2011; Poster #P2056

Authors
Sophie ACHARD 1, Mathilde DELAVAL 1, Tobias KREBS 2, Isabelle MOMAS 1, Nathalie SETA 1

1 Laboratory of Public Health and Environment, EA 4064, Paris Descartes University, F-75006 Paris
2 VITROCELL Systems GmbH, Waldkirch, Germany

 

To set up and validate the use of the Vitrocell® Spiking System (VSS), a novel gas mixing system generating low doses of VOCs, coupled to a system of exposure in air/liquid interface, to estimate the VOCs impact on the inflammatory response of airways cells.

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30. Jul. 2010

New on IUTOX

VITROCELL® Spiking Systems

The new tool to produce gas mixtures in the ppb range.

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