EURL ECVAM DataBase service on ALternative Methods to animal experimentation (DB-ALM)
The DB-ALM is a public, factual database service that provides evaluated information on development and applications of advanced and alternative methods to animal experimentation in biomedical sciences and toxicology, both in research and for regulatory purposes.
Starting from 2015, all new method summaries are provided in a format compliant with the new OECD Guidance. Read More
The service is operated by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, based on a legal requirement.