A science-based testing strategy for thyroid hormone imbalance

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Cross-sector aggregate substance exposure assessment for consumers

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An comparison of publicly available data sets with modelled estimates occupational inhalation exposure

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Low tonnage chemicals and opportunities for NAMs

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Standard information requirements for polymers

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Scientists discuss how Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathways can be used more effectively in EU chemical safety assessments
13.02.2024

Scientists discuss how Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathways can be used more effectively in EU chemical safety assessments

Brussels, 13 February 2024 – Toxicologists, biologists, and computational modellers came together at a workshop organised by the Centre for chemical safety assessment (ECETOC) to discuss how to deve...
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18.01.2024

2024 New Year message from the Secretary General

Dear ECETOC Members and Stakeholders, As we bid farewell to the successes of 2023, I am delighted to extend my warmest greetings all of you as we step into 2024. Last year was marked by signific...
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14.12.2023

ECETOC Task Force proposes a science-based testing strategy to predict if a chemical has the potential to disrupt the thyroid hormone system in humans

The ECETOC Thyroxine (T4) Task Force has developed a new science-based tiered testing strategy that aims to predict if substances have the potential to significantly disrupt the thyroid hormone sy...
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Task force highlights lack of data and tools for assessing consumers’ aggregate exposure to chemicals
11.12.2023

Task force highlights lack of data and tools for assessing consumers’ aggregate exposure to chemicals

Brussels, 11 December 2023 – A task force from the Centre for chemical safety assessment (ECETOC) has highlighted a lack of both good data and cross-industry-sector tools and guidance for assessing...
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🔬Exciting news! ECETOC's T4 Task Force's latest article introduces a science-based strategy predicting a substance’s potential to disrupt thyroid hormone in pregnant women. 🤰Read the 'Thyroid-NDT-TAS' proposal: 🧪 #EndocrineDisruptors #ThyroidHealth

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