A review of the implementation of the embryonic stem cell test (EST). The report and recommendations of an ECVAM/ReProTect Workshop

Marx-Stoelting, P.; Adriaens, E.; Ahr,H. J.; Bremer, S.; Garthoff, B.; Gelbke, H.P.; Piersma, A.; Pellizzer, C.; Reuter, U.; Rogiers, V.; Schenk, B.; Schwengberg, S.; Seiler, A.; Spielmann, H.; Steemans, M .; Stedman, D.B.; Vanparys, P.; Vericat, J.A.; Verwei, M.; van der Water, F.; Weimer, M.; Schwarz, M.

The new European chemicals policy for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (the REACH system), requires the routine toxicological testing of chemicals produced in volumes of more than one tonne per year, in order to enhance environmental and consumer safety (1). Under the REACH system policy, it will be most probably necessary to test several thousand chemicals for their toxicological properties.

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Marx-Stoelting, P. / Adriaens, E. / Ahr,H. J. / et al: A review of the implementation of the embryonic stem cell test (EST). The report and recommendations of an ECVAM/ReProTect Workshop. 2009.

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