SOT 2012 posters & presentations
Scientific Contribution
Safety Assessment of Natural Ingredients
Application of in silico approaches in cosmetics - Juniper Berry Oil

EPA and L’Oréal Research collaboration
Collaboration and perspectives

Safety Evaluation
COLIPA Program on Optimization and Validation of HPLC Bio-Analytical Assay to Expand Applicability Domain
of in vitro Eye Irritation RhT Test Methods for Dyes
Correlation of Irritation Scores from in vitro Ocular Testing with Clinical Ocular Assessments of Shampoos
A Decision Tree Approach for the Safety Assessment of Botanical Cosmetic Ingredients

Alternatives to Mammalian Models
Use of Read-Across and Computer-Based Predictive Analysis for the Safety Assessment of PEG Cocamines
An Integrative Approach for the Prediction of Acute Systemic Toxicity: Validation of the Model Combining Cell Toxicity,
Pharmacological and Physico-Chemical Properties
A Weight-of-Evidence Approach for the Safety Evaluation of Kombucha Extract in Cosmetic Products
A Weight-of-Evidence Based Approach for the Safety Assessment of Juniperus Communis Berry Extracts in Personal Care Products
Asian Reconstructed Epidermis Model Assessment for the in vitro Prediction of Skin Irritation According to the ECVAM Validated Protocol
OECD TG 404 Acute Dermal toxicity Testing Strategy Using the SkinEthic RHE Validated Test Methods
OECD TG 404 Acute Dermal Toxicity Testing Strategy Combining the Use of the EpiSkin Validated Test Methods
Evaluation of IRR-IS®, an EpiSkinTM based model for Quantifying Chemical Irritation Potency
In vitro Assessment of Shampoos Eye stinging Potential Using Transient Receptor Potential Vanilloid Type 1 (TRPV1)

Hypersensitivity and Autoimmunity
Individual Predictive Capacities of in silico and in vitro Methods for the Alternative Assessment of Skin Sensitization :
A Comparative Study on a Common Chemical Set
Evaluation of SENS-IS®, an Episkin® based model for Identifying Chemical Sensitizers
Development of the “U937-PGE₂ assay”: Test Criteria and Evaluation of the Performances
Towards an Integrated Testing Strategy for Skin Sensitization: Statistical Approach for the Combination of Non-animal Methods

Computational Toxicology
A Mapping Based on Physico-chemical Features: Lessons Learnt

Liver and Model Systems
Comparison of Metabolic Stabilities for Xenobiotics in Contact with Hepatic and Cutaneous Subcellular Fractions

Skin Toxicology
Comparison of Xenobiotic Metabolizing Enzyme Activities in Normal Human Skin and Reconstructed Human Skin Models
Cutaneous Absorption on RHE: Guidance to the Choice of Solvent for Topical Application
Skin Metabolism of Cinnamic Alcohol and Cinnamaldehyde: Its Role in Contact Dermatitis
J. Cotovio, Predictive Models & Methods

Tissue Engineering & Alternatives Methods

Agrostat 2016 is the 14th Symposium on Statistical Methods for the Food Industry (Lausanne, Switzerland 21st-24th March 2016). L’Oréal Research & Innovation was proud to sponsor this congress.

Discover our contributions for Sensometrics, Chemometrics and Risk & Process oral sessions.