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    EU Insights Chemical mixtures awareness, understanding and risk perceptions

    EFSA defines ‘chemical mixtures’ as ‘several substances which may have combined effects on the body from their combined exposures’. There are already some methodologies for assessing risks from combined exposure to groups of chemicals, and EFSA together w ...

    External Scientific Report
    25 März 2019

    Technical report of the public consultation on the draft ‘Guidance on harmonised risk assessment methodologies for human health, animal health and ecological risk assessment of combined exposure to multiple chemicals’

    The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) carried out a public consultation to receive input from the scientific community and all interested parties on the draft guidance of the working group of the Scientific Committee ‘Harmonised risk assessment method ...

    Technical report
    25 März 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 ...

    External Scientific Report
    21 März 2019

    Safety and efficacy of Cinergy® Life B3 HiCon (Bacillus amyloliquefaciens NRRL B‐50508, B. amyloliquefaciens NRRL B‐50509 and Bacillus subtilis NRRL B‐50510) as a feed additive for pigs for fattening and minor porcine species

    The additive contains viable spores of two strains of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens and a single strain of Bacillus subtilis and is intended to be used with pigs for fattening and minor porcine species at a minimum inclusion level of 1.5 × 10 8 colony formin ...

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