Good Laboratory Practices Are Not Synonymous with Good Scientific Practices, Accurate Reporting, or Valid Data

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Title: Good Laboratory Practices Are Not Synonymous with Good Scientific Practices, Accurate Reporting, or Valid Data
Author: vom Saal, Frederick S.; Myers, John Peterson
Date: 2010-02
Publisher: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Citation: vom Saal FS, Myers JP 2010. Good Laboratory Practices Are Not Synonymous with Good Scientific Practices, Accurate Reporting, or Valid Data. Environmental Health Perspectives 118(2):a60-a60.
Abstract: In her commentary, Tyl (2009) responded to our criticism (Myers et al. 2009) of her bisphenol A (BPA) research (Tyl et al. 2008), and she defended the reliance on Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) in animal studies concerning risks posed by chemicals. Her commentary, however, provides additional evidence that her research on BPA is flawed and that GLP can be unreliable.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/9974

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