National Toxicology Program


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National Toxicology Program

A US program which conducts toxicologic tests on substances frequently found at the EPA’s National Priorities List sites, which have the greatest potential for human exposure.

National Toxicology Program

Environment A program that conducts toxicologic tests on substances frequently found at the EPA's National Priorities List sites, which have the greatest potential for human exposure
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In 2004, the NTP published "The National Toxicology Program for the 21st Century," a roadmap for a new vision of the NTP: Its stated purpose is "To support the evolution of toxicology from a predominantly observational science at the level of disease-specific models to a predominantly predictive science focused upon a broad inclusion of target-specific, mechanism-based biological observations.
I'd emphasize that much work needs to be done to understand the implications, if any, of these findings for the rapidly changing cellular telephone technologies that are in use today," said John Bucher, an associate director at the National Toxicology Program, in a (http://www.
The National Toxicology Program is an interagency program whose main objective is to evaluate agents of public health concern with the development and application of analytical tools of modern toxicology and molecular biology.
Simulations Plus, a provider of simulation and modelling software and consulting services for all phases of pharmaceutical/chemical research and development, has extended the Material Transfer Agreement with the Division of the National Toxicology Program of the US National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences for an additional terms of three years, it was reported yesterday.
Manta Behl, a toxicologist with the National Toxicology Program.
Under the new contract, BSI will continue to provide technical report preparation support services to the National Toxicology Program of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences through April 29, 2019.
The Japanese Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods, the European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods (ECVAM), the US National Toxicology Program and Canada's Environmental Health Science and Research Bureau have initialed a memorandum of cooperation.
National Toxicology Program concluded that the chemical is of concern for human development, the Food and Drug Administration decreed, in a draft assessment, that current exposure levels are safe.
A National Toxicology Program report released in October called for more study into the chemical's effect on fetuses, infants and children.
National Toxicology Program admits there is some concern about BPA.
An expert panel was convened by the National Toxicology Program (NTP), Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR), of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and National Toxicology Program of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for two meetings this year, to review recent scientific data and reach conclusions regarding whether or not exposure to a commonly used chemical, Bisphenol A (BPA) is hazardous to human development or reproduction.

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