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ECHA Advises Read-Across Know-How, Only 'Last Resort' Animal Testing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

ECHA's progress report on REACH evaluations conducted in 2015 identifies priority targets in its compliance checks and common shortcomings in registrants' dossiers. With new animal testing under the microscope, the agency provides guidance on using (Q)SARs to fill data gaps, as well as insight into its approach to assessing read-across, to assist companies readying for the May 31, 2018 registration deadline.


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