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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, 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 beneath which a substance does not harm human health. Establishing a DNEL is a key step in the safety... 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
Brussels, 09 February 2020 – An article by the Centre for chemical safety assessment (ECETOC) Special Thyroxine (T4) Task Force has recently been published in the peer-reviewed medical journal Criti... Read more
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