Second Virtual Summer School: Alternative methods in science: Towards model complexity

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Francesca Caloni
Alessandra Cazzaniga
Teresa Coccini
Arno C. Gutleb
Helena Kandarova
Laura Ceriotti
Hassan Rashidi
Yula Sambuy
Sonja von Aulock
Doris Wilflingseder

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Caloni, F., Cazzaniga, A., Coccini, T., Gutleb, A. C., Kandarova, H., Ceriotti, L., Rashidi, H., Sambuy, Y., von Aulock, S. and Wilflingseder, D. (2021) “Second Virtual Summer School: Alternative methods in science: Towards model complexity”, ALTEX - Alternatives to animal experimentation, 38(3), pp. 510-512. doi: 10.14573/altex.2106221.
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