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EPA Launches Chemical Toxicity Database
3:12 PM MDT | April 29, 2010 | Vincent Valk
U.S. EPA is launching a searchable online database that will make toxicity test results available for hundreds of chemicals, the agency announced today. The database, called ToxRefDB, encompasses 30 years of test results worth $2 billion. "ToxRefDB allows the public to search, find and compare available studies about chemical toxicity and potential health effects," says Robert Kavlock, director/National Center for Computational Toxicology for EPA. The new database is part of ACToR, a collection of databases and aggregated public source information on...
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