Defined Structural and Performance Criteria would Facilitate the Validation and Acceptance of Alternative Test Procedures

///Defined Structural and Performance Criteria would Facilitate the Validation and Acceptance of Alternative Test Procedures

Defined Structural and Performance Criteria would Facilitate the Validation and Acceptance of Alternative Test Procedures

Michael Balls

The developers of new test procedures tend to want them to be tightly defined, so that they can gain their specific acceptance in the face of real or imagined competition, either for commercial reasons or to ensure that they gain the personal recognition they may deserve. However, it has become clear that this attitude is not in the interests of in vitro toxicology in general and may delay, or even prevent, the acceptance and application of scientifically relevant and reliable new approaches.
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