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Ball, N. (author), Cronin, M.T.D. (author), Shen, J. (author), Blackburn, K. (author), Booth, E.D. (author), Bouhifd, M. (author), Donley, E. (author), Egnash, L. (author), Hastings, C. (author), Juberg, D.R. (author), Kleensang, A. (author), Kleinstreuer, N. (author), Kroese, E.D. (author), Lee, A.C. (author), Luechtefeld, T. (author), Maertens, A. (author), Marty, S. (author), Naciff, J.M. (author), Palmer, J. (author), Pamies, D. (author), Penman, M. (author), Richarz, A.N. (author), Russo, D.P. (author), Stuard, S.B. (author), Patlewicz, G. (author), van Ravenzwaay, B. (author), Wu, S. (author), Zhu, H. (author), Hartung, T. (author)
Grouping of substances and utilizing read-across of data within those groups represents an important data gap filling technique for chemical safety assessments. Categories/analogue groups are typically developed based on structural similarity and, increasingly often, also on mechanistic (biological) similarity. While read-across can play a key...
article 2016
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Höfer, T. (author), James, D. (author), Syversen, T. (author), Bowmer, T. (author)
Data on acute lethal inhalation toxicity from animal studies are commonly required for assessing the hazards to human health of volatile, gaseous and dusty chemicals or their mixtures. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) made the provision of acute inhalation toxicity data a mandatory requirement for the carriage of bulk liquid...
article 2011