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ECHA: Registrants Using Skin Sensitization Alt Methods Should Update Dossiers Using OECD 497

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The agency is aware of more than 14,000 substances on the EU market with some indication of skin-sensitization concern. Using the OECD guideline, adopted in June, registrants may be able to make conclusive predictions without use of animals and should update REACH dossiers accordingly.

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