EFSA Journal

EFSA publishes all its scientific outputs, including its scientific opinions, in the EFSA Journal. It also issues a range of supporting publications. See also Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Guidance of EFSA on risk assessments for active substances of plant protection products that have stereoisomers as components or impurities and for transformation products of active substances that may have stereoisomers

In response to the request of the European Commission to EFSA, this document provides guidance on the information necessary to perform the risk assessment of plant protection active substances that contain stereoisomers in their composition as active comp ...

Annual Report on preparatory support for the statistical evaluation of the comparative assessment of GM plant field trials and for the evaluation of toxicological studies for GM plant food/feed safety – Lot 1: Comparative statistical analysis (2017)

To guide and assist applicants for the preparation and presentation of genetically modified (GM) plant market authorization applications, the GMO Panel of EFSA has developed guidance for the risk assessment of GM plants and derived food and feed, which de ...

External Scientific Report
15 May 2019

Annual Report on preparatory support for the statistical evaluation of the comparative assessment of GM plant field trials and for the evaluation of toxicological studies for GM plant food/feed safety – Lot 1: Comparative statistical analysis (2018)

To guide and assist applicants for the preparation and presentation of genetically modified (GM) plant market authorization applications, the GMO Panel of EFSA has developed guidance for the risk assessment of GM plants and derived food and feed, which de ...

External Scientific Report
15 May 2019

Evaluation of the applicability of existing (Q)SAR models for predicting the genotoxicity of pesticides and similarity analysis related with genotoxicity of pesticides for facilitating of grouping and read across

To facilitate the practical implementation of the guidance on the residue definition for dietary risk assessment, EFSA has organized an evaluation of applicability of existing in silico models for predicting the genotoxicity of pesticides and their metabo ...

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