Analysis of the ecotoxicity data submitted within the framework of the REACH Regulation. Part 2. Experimental aquatic toxicity assays.

@article{Tarazona2014AnalysisOT,
  title={Analysis of the ecotoxicity data submitted within the framework of the REACH Regulation. Part 2. Experimental aquatic toxicity assays.},
  author={Jos{\'e} Vicente Tarazona and Marta A Sobańska and Romanas Cesnaitis and Tomasz Sobanski and Vincent Bonnomet and Bram Versonnen and Wim M. De Coen},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={472},
  pages={137-45}
}
This paper summarises the aquatic ecotoxicity data submitted in the REACH(1) registration dossiers and disseminated by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA(2)). The analysis describes both the guidelines and the species mostly used by registrants. Non-OECD guidelines have been extensively used, in particular in covering of fish and aquatic invertebrate studies, but the main concern is that in 22-36% of the cases, depending on the endpoint, no information on the methodological approach and… CONTINUE READING
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