Heterogeneity in biological assemblages and exposure in chemical risk assessment
ECETOC scientists have studied the feasibility of including georeferenced data to improve the ecological relevance of chemical safety assessments…
Mobility in the context of exposure‐based assessment of chemicals for drinking water resource protectionRead more
An assessment of the ECETOC TRA Consumer tool performance as a screening level tool
An ECETOC task force has carried out an in-depth evaluation of its Targeted Risk Assessment (TRA) Consumer exposure tool…
Towards best use and regulatory acceptance of generic physiologically based kinetic (PBK) models for in vitro‑to‑in vivo extrapolation (IVIVE) in chemical risk assessmentRead more
Towards a science-based testing strategy to identify maternal thyroid hormone imbalance and neurodevelopmental effects in the progeny—part III: how is substance-mediated thyroid hormone imbalance in pregnant/lactating rats or their progeny related to neurodevelopmental effects?
The third in a series of four reports by ECETOC’s Special Thyroxine Task Force…
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ECETOC publishes 2022 report of activities
ECETOC’s risk assessment screening tool meets its design objective of producing conservative results compared to real measurement data
April update from the Secretary General
Launch of 3 new Task Forces
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