Establishing relationships Particle and Fibre Toxicology Open Access between particle-induced in vitro and in vivo inflammation endpoints to better extrapolate between in vitro markers and in vivo fibrosis

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[Scientific publication] An In Vitro Lung System to Assess the Proinflammatory Hazard of Carbon Nanotube Aerosols

[Scientific publication] An Air-liquid Interface Bronchial Epithelial Model for Realistic, Repeated Inhalation Exposure to Airborne Particles for Toxicity Testing

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[Scientific publication] Advanced 3D Liver Models for In vitro Genotoxicity Testing Following Long-Term Nanomaterial Exposure

[Scientific publication] Advanced In Vitro Testing Strategies and Models of the Intestine for Nanosafety Research

[Scientific publication] Multicellular Human Alveolar Model Composed of Epithelial Cells and Primary Immune Cells for Hazard Assessment

[Scientific publication] Nanomaterials and Innate Immunity: A Perspective of the Current Status in Nanosafety

[Scientific publication] Colonizing microbiota protect zebrafish larvae against silver nanoparticle toxicity

[Scientific Publication] Use of EpiAlveolar Lung Model to Predict Fibrotic Potential of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes

[Scientific publication] Allometric Scaling of physiologically-relevant organoids

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

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

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