EFSA Journal

L’EFSA publie toutes ses productions scientifiques, y compris ses avis scientifiques, dans l’EFSA Journal. L’Autorité édite également un éventail de publications connexes à l’appui des productions scientifiques. Voir aussi : Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Clarification of some aspects related to genotoxicity assessment

The European Commission requested EFSA to provide advice on the following: (1) the suitability of the unscheduled DNA synthesis (UDS)  in vivo  assay to follow-up positive results in  in vitro  gene mutation tests; (2) the adequacy to demonstrate target t ...

Scientific Opinion
18 décembre 2017

Honeybee colony health (HEALTHY-B)

Tools are provided to assess the health status of managed honeybee colonies by facilitating further harmonisation of data collection and reporting, design of field surveys across the European Union (EU) and analysis of data on bee health. The toolbox is b ...

Priority topics for guidance development by EFSA’s Scientific Committee

EFSA asked its Scientific Committee to review its own cross-cutting guidance for scientific assessments in order to identify gaps requiring either new or the revision of existing guidance. Through strategic discussions, the Scientific Committee identified ...

Scientific Opinion
20 juin 2016

Ecological recovery in ERA

EFSA performs environmental risk assessments (ERAs) for single potential stressors such as plant protection products, genetically modified organisms and feed additives and for invasive alien species that are harmful for plant health. In this risk assessme ...

Scientific Opinion
03 février 2016

Endangered species in ERA

The EFSA performs environmental risk assessment (ERA) for single potential stressors such as plant protection products, genetically modified organisms and feed additives, and for invasive alien species that are harmful to plant health. This ERA focusses p ...

SHB spread, survival and establishment

The small hive beetle (SHB) is still present in Calabria one year after its first detection in September 2014. Detailed epidemiological studies would improve our knowledge of the survival, spread and establishment of the pest. Movement of an infested hive ...

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