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GRAEPEL, Rabea, Bas TER BRAAK, Sylvia E. ESCHER, Ciarán FISHER, Ian GARDNER, Hennicke KAMP, Dinant KROESE, Marcel LEIST, Martijn J. MONÉ, Manuel PASTOR, 2019. Paradigm Shift in Safety Assessment Using New Approach Methods : the EU-ToxRisk Strategy. In: Current Opinion in Toxicology. 15, pp. 33-39. ISSN 2468-2020. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.cotox.2019.03.005

@article{Graepel2019-03Parad-45776, title={Paradigm Shift in Safety Assessment Using New Approach Methods : the EU-ToxRisk Strategy}, year={2019}, doi={10.1016/j.cotox.2019.03.005}, volume={15}, issn={2468-2020}, journal={Current Opinion in Toxicology}, pages={33--39}, author={Graepel, Rabea and ter Braak, Bas and Escher, Sylvia E. and Fisher, Ciarán and Gardner, Ian and Kamp, Hennicke and Kroese, Dinant and Leist, Marcel and Moné, Martijn J. and Pastor, Manuel} }

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