Cases and applications for testing of skin and respiratory sensitizers
Join Dr Andy Forreryd from SenzaGen for a webinar on how the in vitro GARD assays are used across industries to test for skin and respiratory sensitizers. Andy will focus on the benefits of the GARD assays and walk you through several relevant examples of their applications.
- How the GARD assays are used for assessment of UVCBs, hair dye products, oil-based mixtures, base formulations and medical devices.
- How to differentiate between skin sensitizers and respiratory sensitizers by combining GARDskin and GARDair.
- How to obtain potency classifications (GHS CLP) using GARDpotency.
Available on two occasions
EU Time Zone | 25 Sept, 15:00 CET | > Register here
US Time Zone | 25 Sept, 13:00 EDT| > Register here
High information, high accuracy
The GARD tests are developed by combining genomic data from a relevant human cell type with machine learning to create a prediction model for identification of chemical sensitizers. This holistic, high-information approach provides robust predictions with accuracies exceeding 90%.
With its high accuracy, demonstrated human relevance and broad applicability, the GARD assays can support your unique chemical testing requirements.
Available GARD assays
- Skin sensitization: GARDskin, GARDskin Medical Device NEW!
- Potency classification: GARDpotency
- Respiratory sensitization: GARDair