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Reports and Documents

 

OECD Monograph No.47 Detailed Review Paper on Fish Screening Assays for the Detection of Endocrine Active Substances (also downloadable from Chemical Safety > Series on Testing and Assessment/Adopted Guidance and Review Documents)

OECD Monograph No.46 Detailed Review Paper on Amphibian Metamorphosis Assay for the Detection of Thyroid Active Substances (also downloadable from Chemical Safety > Series on Testing and Assessment/Adopted Guidance and Review Documents)

OECD Monograph No.38  Detailed Background review of the Uterotrophic Bioassay (also downloadable from Chemical Safety > Series on Testing and Assessment/Adopted Guidance and Review Documents)

Kanno J; Onyon L; Haseman J; Tenner-Crisp P; Ashby J and Owens W. The OECD Programme to Validate the Rat Uterotrophic Bioassay to Screen Compounds for in vivo Estrogenic Response: Phase 1. Environmental Health Perspective Vol 1 109 (8) p785-794. [A full report of the phase one validation work including detailed statistical tables may also be obtained on request from the OECD Secretariat env.tgcontact@oecd.org]

OECD Summary Report of the 1996 OECD Questionnaire on Endocrine Disrupting Substances (PDF )

OECD Monograph No.21 (2002) Detailed Review Paper: Appraisal of Test Methods for Sex Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals Capable of Affecting the Reproductive Process

SETAC (1997) SETAC-Europe/OECD/EC Expert Workshop on Endocrine Modulators and Wildlife: Assessment and Testing ( EMWAT) Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 10-13 April 1997. Editors L Tatersfield, P Matthiessen, P Campbell, N Grandy and R Lange. SETAC –Europe Publications, Brussels (http://www.setac.org)

SETAC (2000) SETAC-Europe Workshop on Endocrine Disruption in Invertebrates; Endocrinology Testing and Assessment - (may be ordered from SETAC Internet Website (http://www.setac.org)

EC/EEA/OECD/WHO European Union Report EUR 17549 Workshop held at Weybridge, UK, Dec 1996. Brussels: European Union, 1997


 

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