Join SenzaGen’s hosted session at the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo
Will you be at SOT in Anaheim in March? Come join our hosted session to hear the latest news about GARD™ and how customers use the assays for skin and respiratory sensitization testing. We will show results from several case studies.
Tue, Mar 17 at 1:30pm – 2:30pm | Room 206B
The Application of In Vitro GARD™ Assays for Skin and Respiratory Sensitization Assessment of “Difficult-to-Test” Substances
– Dr. Andy Forreryd, SenzaGen AB
– Drs. Charles Humfrey/Yafan Li/Len Sweet: Collaborators at the Lubrizol Corporation.
– Dr. George DeGeorge, MB Research Labs
No registration needed.
We are in booth #869 – book a meeting with us!
You can also meet us at our posters
ID 1180 | Board no P225 | CC Exhibit Hall | Mon, Mar 16 at 10:45am – 12:30pm
Inter-Laboratory Ring Trial of the GARD Air Assay for Assessment of Respiratory Sensitizers—Results of Predictive Performance and Reproducibility
ID 2369 | Board no P790 | CC Exhibit Hall | Tue, Mar 17 at 9:00am – 10:45am
Formal Validation of the GARDpotency Assay for Subclassification of Chemical Skin Sensitizers—Ring Trial Results of Predictive Performance and Reproducibility
ID 2372 | Board number P793 | CC Exhibit Hall | Tue at Mar 17, 9:00am – 10:45am
Applicability of GARDskin for Accurate Assessment of Challenging Substances in the Context of Skin Sensitization Testing
ID 2808 | Board number P425 | CC Exhibit Hall | Wed, Mar 18 at 2:15pm – 4:30pm
Estimating the Sensitivity of GARDskin and GARDair Assays for Evaluating Skin and Respiratory Sensitization Potential of Complex Mixtures; An Initial Case Study Using Spiked E-liquids
ID 3418 | Board no P232 | CC Hall C | Thu, Mar 19 at 8:30am – 11:30am
Extended Applicability Domain of the GARD Platform by Solvent-Extraction Protocols Allows for Accurate Assessment of Sensitizing Mixtures and UVCBs