An expert consortium review of the EC-commissioned report "alternative (Non-Animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects - 2010"

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An expert consortium review of the EC-commissioned report "alternative (Non-Animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects - 2010". / Hartung, Thomas; Blaauboer, Bas J; Bosgra, Sieto; Carney, Edward; Coenen, Joachim; Conolly, Rory B; Corsini, Emanuela; Green, Sidney; Faustman, Elaine M; Gaspari, Anthony; Hayashi, Makoto; Wallace Hayes, A; Hengstler, Jan G; Knudsen, Lisbeth E; Knudsen, Thomas B; McKim, James M; Pfaller, Walter; Roggen, Erwin L.

In: Altex, Vol. 28, No. 3, 2011, p. 183-209.

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Hartung, T, Blaauboer, BJ, Bosgra, S, Carney, E, Coenen, J, Conolly, RB, Corsini, E, Green, S, Faustman, EM, Gaspari, A, Hayashi, M, Wallace Hayes, A, Hengstler, JG, Knudsen, LE, Knudsen, TB, McKim, JM, Pfaller, W & Roggen, EL 2011, 'An expert consortium review of the EC-commissioned report "alternative (Non-Animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects - 2010"', Altex, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 183-209.

APA

Hartung, T., Blaauboer, B. J., Bosgra, S., Carney, E., Coenen, J., Conolly, R. B., ... Roggen, E. L. (2011). An expert consortium review of the EC-commissioned report "alternative (Non-Animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects - 2010". Altex, 28(3), 183-209.

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Hartung T, Blaauboer BJ, Bosgra S, Carney E, Coenen J, Conolly RB et al. An expert consortium review of the EC-commissioned report "alternative (Non-Animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects - 2010". Altex. 2011;28(3):183-209.

Author

Hartung, Thomas ; Blaauboer, Bas J ; Bosgra, Sieto ; Carney, Edward ; Coenen, Joachim ; Conolly, Rory B ; Corsini, Emanuela ; Green, Sidney ; Faustman, Elaine M ; Gaspari, Anthony ; Hayashi, Makoto ; Wallace Hayes, A ; Hengstler, Jan G ; Knudsen, Lisbeth E ; Knudsen, Thomas B ; McKim, James M ; Pfaller, Walter ; Roggen, Erwin L. / An expert consortium review of the EC-commissioned report "alternative (Non-Animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects - 2010". In: Altex. 2011 ; Vol. 28, No. 3. pp. 183-209.

Bibtex

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title = "An expert consortium review of the EC-commissioned report {"}alternative (Non-Animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects - 2010{"}",
abstract = "The European cosmetics legislation foresees a review in 2011 and possible postponement of the 2013 marketing ban to enforce the testing ban for systemic and repeated-dose animal tests. For this purpose, a 119-page report commissioned by the European Commission was published recently. Here, a group of 17 independent experts from the US, Europe, and Japan was brought together to evaluate the report. The expert panel strongly endorsed the report and its conclusions. A number of important options not considered were identified; these do not, however, affect the overall conclusions regarding the current lack of availability of a full replacement, especially for the areas of repeated dose toxicity, carcinogenicity testing, and reproductive toxicity, though a roadmap for change is emerging. However, some of these options may provide adequate data for replacement of some animal studies in the near future pending validation. Various recommendations expand the original report. The reviewers agree with the report that there is greater promise in the short term for the areas of sensitization and toxicokinetics. Additional opportunities lie in more global collaborations and the inclusion of other industry sectors.",
author = "Thomas Hartung and Blaauboer, {Bas J} and Sieto Bosgra and Edward Carney and Joachim Coenen and Conolly, {Rory B} and Emanuela Corsini and Sidney Green and Faustman, {Elaine M} and Anthony Gaspari and Makoto Hayashi and {Wallace Hayes}, A and Hengstler, {Jan G} and Knudsen, {Lisbeth E} and Knudsen, {Thomas B} and McKim, {James M} and Walter Pfaller and Roggen, {Erwin L}",
year = "2011",
language = "English",
volume = "28",
pages = "183--209",
journal = "A L T E X. Alternatives to Animal Experimentation",
issn = "1868-596X",
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AU - Blaauboer, Bas J

AU - Bosgra, Sieto

AU - Carney, Edward

AU - Coenen, Joachim

AU - Conolly, Rory B

AU - Corsini, Emanuela

AU - Green, Sidney

AU - Faustman, Elaine M

AU - Gaspari, Anthony

AU - Hayashi, Makoto

AU - Wallace Hayes, A

AU - Hengstler, Jan G

AU - Knudsen, Lisbeth E

AU - Knudsen, Thomas B

AU - McKim, James M

AU - Pfaller, Walter

AU - Roggen, Erwin L

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N2 - The European cosmetics legislation foresees a review in 2011 and possible postponement of the 2013 marketing ban to enforce the testing ban for systemic and repeated-dose animal tests. For this purpose, a 119-page report commissioned by the European Commission was published recently. Here, a group of 17 independent experts from the US, Europe, and Japan was brought together to evaluate the report. The expert panel strongly endorsed the report and its conclusions. A number of important options not considered were identified; these do not, however, affect the overall conclusions regarding the current lack of availability of a full replacement, especially for the areas of repeated dose toxicity, carcinogenicity testing, and reproductive toxicity, though a roadmap for change is emerging. However, some of these options may provide adequate data for replacement of some animal studies in the near future pending validation. Various recommendations expand the original report. The reviewers agree with the report that there is greater promise in the short term for the areas of sensitization and toxicokinetics. Additional opportunities lie in more global collaborations and the inclusion of other industry sectors.

AB - The European cosmetics legislation foresees a review in 2011 and possible postponement of the 2013 marketing ban to enforce the testing ban for systemic and repeated-dose animal tests. For this purpose, a 119-page report commissioned by the European Commission was published recently. Here, a group of 17 independent experts from the US, Europe, and Japan was brought together to evaluate the report. The expert panel strongly endorsed the report and its conclusions. A number of important options not considered were identified; these do not, however, affect the overall conclusions regarding the current lack of availability of a full replacement, especially for the areas of repeated dose toxicity, carcinogenicity testing, and reproductive toxicity, though a roadmap for change is emerging. However, some of these options may provide adequate data for replacement of some animal studies in the near future pending validation. Various recommendations expand the original report. The reviewers agree with the report that there is greater promise in the short term for the areas of sensitization and toxicokinetics. Additional opportunities lie in more global collaborations and the inclusion of other industry sectors.

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