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[Presentation] PATROLS: Physiologically Anchored Tools for Realistic nanOmateriaL hazard aSsessment - Alternatives to Animal Testing

03.07.2019

PATROLS presented project progress in building advanced materials, including 3D tissue models, for chronic nanomaterials exposure.

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[Scientific publication] Using 3D gastrointestinal tract in vitro models with microfold cells and mucus secreting ability to assess the hazard of copper oxide nanomaterials

23.05.2019

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[Scientific publication] The importance of inter-individual Kupffer cell variability in the governance of hepatic toxicity in a 3D primary human liver microtissue model

17.05.2019

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[Scientific publication] Method for Extraction and Quantification of Metal-Based Nanoparticles in Biological Media:

16.05.2019

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[Poster] Collaborate

11.04.2019

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[Poster] Digestion Simulation for Nanoparticle Toxicity Testing: Particle Characterization and In-vivo In-vitro Comparison

11.04.2019

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[Poster] A new poly(carbonate)urethane/gelatin electrospun membrane for physiological barriers in in vitro models

11.04.2019

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[Poster] Advancing liver and lung in vitro models to realistically assess human health hazards of engineered nanomaterials

11.04.2019

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[Media] Nanomaterials are changing the world – but we still don’t have adequate safety tests for them

16.01.2019

Nanotechnology may well be one of the most talked about industries of the last few years. Predicted to value US$173.95 billion globally by 2025, this fast-moving sector is already delivering major sustainability, health and well-being benefits to society.

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[Media] PATROLS features in the Summer edition of the UKSPAs Breakthrough Magazine on p32

08.08.2018

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