Planning and Performance of Segment I, II and III Experiments: Practical Aspects and General Comments
In investigations on reproduction toxicology — as is also the case with other toxicity studies — animals are used in place of man. However, if a hazard is to be detected and the risk for man assessed, then certain experimental conditions must be fulfilled.
KeywordsMigration Toxicity Retina Diamine Thalidomide
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