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EBTEnglish Breakfast Tea
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EBTElectron Beam Tomography
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EBTEthercard Boot
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EBTEuro Bill Tracker
EBTE-Business Technologies
EBTEnduring Business Themes
EBTEvidence-Based Toxicology
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As a first step in developing evidence-based toxicology, the principles of evidence-based medicine can be adopted straight from the Cochrane prescription.
Evidence-based toxicology: a comprehensive framework for causation.
Evidence-based toxicology: strait is the gate, but the road is worth taking.
Evidence-based toxicology for the 21st century: Opportunities and challenges.
--The Evidence-based Toxicology Collaboration (EBTC) (26), with a secretariat at CAAT, has evolved over the last decade and promoted the use of tools from Evidence-based Medicine, such as systematic reviews.
Is the Commission considering approaches involving evidence-based toxicology? Answer given by Mr Potocnik on behalf of the Commission (22 April 2013) 1.
Evidence-based toxicology: "sound science" in new disguise.
The concept of Evidence-based Toxicology was prompted on our side very much around the need to improve the validation process.
Efforts of systematic reviews of animal studies (Ritskes-Hoitinga et al., 2014) or Evidence-based Toxicology (Hoffmann and Hartung, 2006; Hoffmann et al., 2014) represent such starting points.
In summary, ADME data need to be a part of any systematic review of chemical safety, and should be part of the process of evidence-based toxicology.
The emerging concept of evidence-based toxicology (EBT)--results of the 1st international forum towards EBT.
The Evidence-based Toxicology Collaboration is funded by the Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT).
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