The OECD has published the first in a series of case studies on integrated approaches to testing and assessment (IATAs) as part of its IATA Case Studies Project. The objective of this project is to increase experience with the use of IATAs by developing case studies that show how such approaches can be used to meet regulatory needs. For more details, click here.
- No. 254: Case Study on the Use of an Integrated Approach for Testing and Assessment of the Bioaccumulation Potential of Degradation Products of 4,4′-Bis (Chloromethyl)-1,1′-Biphenyl
- No. 253: Case Study on the Use of an Integrated Approach to Testing and Assessment for Hepatotoxicity of Allyl Esters – Appendix: Data Matrix
- No. 252: Case Study on the Use of Integrated Approaches for Testing and Assessment for Repeat Dose Toxicity of Substituted Diphenylamines (SDPA) – Annex: Data Matrix
- No. 251: Case Study on the Use of Integrated Approaches for Testing and Assessment for In Vitro Mutagenicity of 3,3’ Dimethoxybenzidine (DMOB) Based Direct Dyes – Annex: Data Matrix
- No. 250: Report on Considerations From Case Studies on Integrated Approaches for Testing and Assessment (IATA) – First Review Cycle (2015): Case Studies on Grouping Methods as a Part of IATA