Peer-Reviewed
Publications

Open access, peer-reviewed publications ensure that knowledge is a public good. HESI believes that accessible research is critical for equitable engagement, diverse collaboration, and increased interdisciplinary conversation. We strive to achieve open access on all publications, and more than 200 publications from HESI programs have been published in the last decade.

Impact of HESI Publications

An International Perspective on the Tools and Concepts for Effluent Toxicity Assessments in the Context of Animal Alternatives: Reduction in Vertebrate Use

HESI's Animal Alternatives in ERA Committee published tools and concepts for effluent toxicity assessment in an issue of SETAC's Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. The publication discusses a suite of strategies that can be used in a weight of evidence approach to reduce reliance on in vivo fish tests as part of an ...

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An international scientific collaboration confirms the feasibility of a “direct” RT-qPCR assay which could increase global testing capacity of SARS-CoV-2

The continued waves of the COVID-19 pandemic have repeatedly strained public health systems’ capacity to provide efficient and actionable SARS-CoV-2 testing. To help address this challenge, the Propagate Network – a collaboration of public health and research laboratories from Brazil, Chile, France, Malawi, Nigeria, ...

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An International, Inter-Laboratory Ring Trial Confirms the Feasibility of an Open Source, Extraction-Less “Direct” RT-qPCR Method for Reliable Detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA in Clinical Samples

RT-qPCR is used world-wide to test and trace the spread of SARS-CoV-2. Extraction-less or direct RT-PCR is an open-access qualitative method for SARS-CoV-2 detection from nasopharyngeal (NP) or oral pharyngeal (OP) samples with the potential to generate actionable data more quickly, at a lower cost, and with fewer experimental ...

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An Organizational Approach for the Assessment of DNA Adduct Data in Risk Assessment: Case Studies for Aflatoxin B1, Tamoxifen and Vinyl Chloride

The framework analysis previously presented for using DNA adduct information in the risk assessment of chemical carcinogens was applied in a series of case studies which place the adduct information into context with the key events in carcinogenesis to determine whether they could be used to support a mutagenic mode of action ...

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