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Assessing potential risks from exposure to chemical mixtures – JRC review of case studies - Jul 08, 2016
Assessing potential risks from exposure to chemical mixtures – JRC review of case studies
A review of case studies assessing the risk from exposure to chemical mixtures shows a potential concern for several groups of chemicals for highly exposed or particularly vulnerable population groups.
Current and future approaches for the assessment of combined exposure to multiple chemicals - Oct 03, 2016
Current and future approaches for the assessment of combined exposure to multiple chemicals
JRC scientists of the EU Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM) reviewed the current EU regulatory framework, methodologies, current practices and potential use of non-animal methods for assessing the combined effects and potential risks from combined exposure to multiple chemicals.
Towards improved safety assessment of combined exposure to chemicals - Nov 24, 2014
Towards improved safety assessment of combined exposure to chemicals
The report "Assessment of Mixtures – Review of Regulatory requirements and Guidance" provides an overview of EU regulations and risk assessment regimes and requirements regarding potential mixtures effects
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Assessing the combined effects of chemicals using non-animal methods - Oct 20, 2015
Assessing the combined effects of chemicals using non-animal methods
Novel, non-animal tools and scientific methodologies show high potential for the assessment of combined effects of chemicals on humans and the environment. They allow meaningful information on individual mixture components or whole mixtures to be derived, enabling a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms of their effects, according to a report by JRC's EU Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM).