DATASET

EURL ECVAM library of reference chemicals

Collection: EURL-ECVAM : European Union Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing 

Description

The EURL ECVAM library of reference chemicals is a catalogue of chemical lists that can be used to standardise, qualify, characterise or compare in vitro, in chimico and in silico

methods and models. It contains chemical lists used in research and validation projects (including EU-funded, international and JRC projects), proficiency chemicals from OECD test guidelines, and chemicals that have been classified within various regulatory contexts (e.g. pesticides, carcinogenic and endocrine disrupters). Chemical lists are also grouped in toxicological categories such as endocrine disruption, skin corrosion, acute toxicity, developmental toxicity and carcinogenicity. The chemicals in the lists are well-characterised and for the most part have been selected by domain experts working within

chemical selection groups assembled by various projects and studies.

Contact

Email
jrc-f3-enquiries (at) ec.europa.eu

Contributors

  • Jukka Sund
  • Pierre Deceuninck

How to cite

Sund, Jukka; Deceuninck, Pierre (2021): EURL ECVAM library of reference chemicals. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/92614229-d020-4d96-941c-c9604e525c9e

Data access

Library of reference chemicals (dowloadable version)
Download 
  • EURL ECVAM library of reference chemicals is an interactive table which contains chemical lists. A brief description of each chemical list is provided, and the lists can be searched by filtering on Name / Category / Reference chemicals / Number of chemicals / MIE information / Regulatory / Positives / Negatives / Chemical identifiers. More information on the chemical lists can be found by accessing the links to original publications where the chemicals were used.

Library of reference chemicals (online version)
URL 
  • EURL ECVAM library of reference chemicals is an interactive table which contains chemical lists. A brief description of each chemical list is provided, and the lists can be searched by filtering on Name / Category / Reference chemicals / Number of chemicals / MIE information / Regulatory / Positives / Negatives / Chemical identifiers. More information on the chemical lists can be found by accessing the links to original publications where the chemicals were used.

Additional information

Published by
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Created date
2021-06-09
Modified date
2021-07-02
Issued date
2021-06-09
Landing page
https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/eurl/ecvam/alternative-methods-toxicity-testing/validation-resources 
Language(s)
English
Data theme(s)
Environment, Health, Science and technology
Update frequency
irregular
Identifier
http://data.europa.eu/89h/92614229-d020-4d96-941c-c9604e525c9e
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