10th World Congress - Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences
WC10 promises to be a cutting edge scientific meeting with emphasis on the latest technologies for reduction and replacement of animals and innovations in approaches to ethics, animal welfare and public policy. Its placement in Seattle offers a broader reach to countries in Asia that are strengthening their focus on the Three Rs. The occurrence of the 10th in a series of World Congresses in the area of Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences is a milestone and correlates with the 10th anniversary of the National Research Council report on Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century – A Vision and a Strategy – a perfect occasion to take stock on our progress.
In Vitro Systems Toxicology Assessment of Exposure to Aerosol from a Carbon Heated Tobacco Product as Compared with Exposure to Cigarette Smoke: The Impact on Nasal and Small Airway Epithelial Cultures
Establishment and characterization of a lung/liver organ-on-a-chip model
3D vasculature-on-a-chip: a model of perfused human coronary artery endothelial microvessel for studying monocyte to endothelium adhesion under flow
Investigating the effects of nicotine using a human multi-organ-chip approach
Assessment of mitochondrial function following long-term treatment of human bronchial epithelial cells with total particulate matter from a modified-risk tobacco product versus cigarettes
Gene expression profiling-based characterization and optimization of a 3D alveolar tetra-culture in vitro model