Society of Toxicology (SOT) Annual Meeting
March 10-13, 2013, San Antonio, Texas (US)
Exhibitor Hosted Session
Monday, March 13 - 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Efficient Integration of Chromosomal
Damage and Gene-Mutation Endpoints into Repeat-Dose
Overview: Integration of genetic
toxicology assays into general toxicology studies is
increasingly important for drug/chemical safety programs.
This session will cover two flow cytometric methods that
measure chromosomal damage and gene mutation in blood
samples and how these complementary assays can be
practically executed in a 28-day repeat dose study design.
Wednesday, March 13 - 1:30 - 4:15 (session), Room 207
Session Title: New and Integrated
Approaches for Genetic Toxicity Evaluation
Presentation Title: Acquisition of in
vivo mutation and cytogenetic damage information to
support cancer risk assessment [Abstract 2446].
Routine In Vivo mutation
testing using the Pig-a assay
We will be available at Booth 717 or set up a
specific time to meet and discuss these new kits
In September of 2012, "MutaFlow®"
kits were launched, allowing In Vivo mutation
testing to be performed as a routine part of a
toxicology testing program.
• Easily integrate into existing
• Do not require expensive transgenic animals
• Offer fast results (analysis by flow cytometry)
Speak with the same
scientists who developed our state-of-the-art genetox