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New issue of CSS Pathways from the US EPA

Contributor: Sherry Ward, AltTox The August 2015 issues of CSS Pathways (http://www2.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-08/documents/august_2015_css_pathways_external.pdf) reports many developments in chemical safety research and testing by US EPA researchers. Several approaches to assessing potential endocrine disruptors are reported: EPA introduces new technology to screen chemicals for endocrine disruption High-throughput model predicts estrogen receptor activity Advancing methods to evaluate thyroid […]
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Acute toxicity prediction across multiple species

Bhhatarai, et al. (2015), in an upcoming article in the journal Toxicological Sciences, describe their study as a milestone for non-animal approaches for acute toxicity testing as it lays “the framework for broader approaches to read-across that includes interspecies and mechanistic HTS [high-throughput screening] data and also highlights the importance of addressing systemic bioavailability.” The […]
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