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Toward a science-based testing strategy to identify maternal thyroid hormone imbalance and neurodevelopmental effects in the progeny – part I: which parameters from human studies are most relevant for toxicological assessments?
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Brussels, 10 March 2021 – In 21st century toxicology practice, there isn’t any scientific justification for selecting high doses of chemicals in animal tests which could result in lethality, pain, suffering or other forms of profound toxicity in any of the experimental subjects, according to a n... Read more
Brussels, 24 February 2021 – An ECETOC technical report has reviewed the existing information used to determine a substance’s ‘derived no-effect level’ (DNEL), defined as the exposure level be... Read more
Brussels, 16 February 2021 – A workshop organised by the Centre for chemical safety assessment (ECETOC) has recommended improving the EU’s REACH legislation legal text to enable more chemicals to... Read more
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