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Research rigor in preclinical studies on biological effects of whole-body exposure to electromagnetic fields (2G/3G cell phone technology)

Various modern technologies are known to bear risks to the human health. In many cases, the society learns about these risks only once negative consequences have become obvious, for example in the cases of asbestos, DDT and, most recently, the broad-spectrum systemic herbicide Glyphosate. In the …

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Thomas Steckler

Thomas Steckler, MD, is Associate Director, Bioresearch Quality & Compliance, Preclinical Quality Risk Management and global Bioresearch Quality & Compliance Lead Animal Welfare, Janssen Pharmaceutica NV, Belgium. He studied Medicine at the Free University of Berlin, Germany and habilitated in Biological Psychology at the Heinrich-Heine University, …

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Renza Roncarati

Renza Roncarati studied biology at the University of Bologna in Italy and obtained her PhD from the Max-Planck-Institute for Plant Breeding Research and the University of Cologne in Germany. Subsequently, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Medical Genetics and Virology of the University of …

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New Author Guidelines for Displaying Data and Reporting Data Analysis and Statistical Methods in Experimental Biology

To improve the robustness and transparency of scientific reporting, the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), with input from PAASP’s Martin Michel, T.J. Murphy and Harvey Motulsky, has updated the Instructions to Authors (ItA) for ASPET’s primary research journals: Drug Metabolism and Disposition, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental …

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