2019 American College of Toxicology Annual Meeting Resources Download

The American College of Toxicology (ACT) is a society of professionals from industry, government, and academia that exchanges of information and perspectives on safety assessment and new developments related to applied toxicology. The 40th Annual Meeting featured a wide-ranging scientific program with a traditional poster session, distinguished plenary speakers, and numerous professional networking events.

Charles River was proud to support the ACT with numerous sessions, CE courses, and posters.

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Charles River experts presented on various topics during the 40th Annual Meeting. Topics included gene and cell therapy, safety pharmacology, seizure liability, and much more.

Explore and download the ACT posters that you may have missed:

28-Day Somatic Gene Mutation Study of 1-Bromopropane in Female Big Blue Mice via Whole-blood Inhalation: Support for a Carcinogenic Threshold
In Vitro Whole Blood Clotting Evaluation of Hemostasis Altering Compounds in Rat and Human Using the TEG5000 Thrombelastograph System
Interspecies Comparison of Embryo-fetal Data Among Control Groups of Sprague-Dawley Rats, New Zealand White Rabbits and Gottingen Minipigs
Model Characterization: Gamma Irradiation for Immuno-Conditioning Cell Therapy Toxicology and Tumorgenicity Studies in NOD/SCID/IL2Rynull (NSG) Mice

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Characterization of a Pro-Inflammatory Response in Large Animals Using a 20 Cytokine Multiplex Assay*
Comparison of Single, Paired, and Group Housing on Cardiovascular Parameters and Body Temperature in Telemetered Large Animals*
Development of a Challenge Model to Study the CD8-specific Response in Large Animals*
Development of a Large Animal Model for Combined Seizure and Cardiovascular Liability Assessment*
Effects of Intravenous or Subcutaneous Polysorbate 80 (Tween 80) in Telemetered Large Animals*
Intra-Articular Injection: Compartmental Dosing and Species Selection
Microsampling Blood Collection Technique in Juvenile Rodent Studies
Optimized Monitoring of Peripheral Neuropathy on Preclinical Studies
Optimizing Intracecal Cannulation for Direct Administration in Rats
Refinement of Techniques for Cardiovascular Assessments of Repeat Dose Toxicology Studies
Refinements to Intravenous Infusion Systems in Sprague Dawley Rats Aids in the Successful Outcome of a Complex Study Design

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