XCellR8’s scale of animal-free testing

XCellR8’s scale of animal-free testing

As we’ve discussed, in vitro testing doesn’t automatically mean animal-product-free, that’s where XCellR8’s scale of animal-free testing come into play. The scale is intended to help organisations distinguish between the different levels of animal products used, to...
Why you should consider bespoke testing…

Why you should consider bespoke testing…

Test protocols such as the OECD test guidelines and standard methods like ET50 for skin irritancy are great for assessing products for regulatory submission. We often find though, when it comes to candidate selection, claims substantiation and benchmarking, clients...