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In situations whereby Ames-negative compounds have had positive mammalian cell results, this conflict has led to additional in vitro and in vivo testing to provide evidence that there is no corresponding hazard to humans.
As well as reducing unnecessary in vivo testing, contract services address the need for more accurate genotoxicity testing.
GreenScreen HC can be used to select candidates by sorting out unique in vitro mammalian positives prior to in vivo testing. Forty four typical problematic compounds that were Ames negative but in vitro mammalian positive were examined for genotoxic carcinogenicity using two comparative approaches.
An in vivo testing system for endocrine disrupters in fish early life-stages using induction of vitellogenin.