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ReproCollection™ System

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Evaluations of reproductive effects of drugs and chemicals from a hazard potential identification, exposure reduction, medical and legal perspective. Complete reproductive risk collection from databases worldwide.

REPROTEXT® Reproductive Hazard Reference (Part of the REPRORISK® System, exclusively licensed to RightAnswer for the EHS market)
REPROTOX® Reproductive Hazard Information (Part of the REPRORISK® System)
Shepard’s Catalog of Teratogenic Agents (Part of the REPRORISK® System)
TERIS Teratogen Information System (Part of the REPRORISK® System)
National Toxicology Program Databases

REPROTEXT® Reproductive Hazard Reference

Complete health assessments of typical industrial chemicals from a reproductive hazard standpoint. Assessments include:

  • Effects of acute, chronic exposures on human reproduction; carcinogenic, genetic influences
  • Physical factors like heat, noise, radiation
  • Risk-reduction prioritization
  • Dual Health Hazard Ranking System for general toxicity and ”grade-card“ scale
  • Program development for employee protection

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REPROTOX® Reproductive Hazard Information

Human reproduction and development effects of chemical environments from the Reproductive Toxicology Center, Bethesda, MD:

  • All reproductive aspects – fertility, male exposure, lactation
  • Reproductive influences of chemicals, natural radiation, drugs, nutritional agents

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Shepard’s Catalog of Teratogenic Agents

Current details on teratogenic agents like chemicals, food additives, household products, environmental pollutants, pharmaceuticals, viruses:

  • Research methods, results
  • International cities studied

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TERIS Teratogen Information System

Summaries of teratogenic effects of drugs and environmental agents' ratings, explaining reproductive risk by domestic, international, generic, proprietary names. Documents include:

  • Agent name, number
  • Summary of teratogenic effects
  • Risk management
  • Data quality, quantity

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National Toxicology Program Databases

The NTP is an interagency program whose mission is to evaluate agents of public health concern by developing and applying tools of modern toxicology and molecular biology. The program maintains an objective, science-based approach in dealing with critical issues in toxicology and is committed to using the best science available to prioritize, design, conduct and interpret its studies. NTP databases include:

  • Developmental Studies – Abstracts for studies of chemicals tested in pregnant animals such as mice, rats or rabbits for their potential to cause malformations and signs of toxicity during fetal development.
  • Reproductive Toxicology Studies – Abstracts for studies evaluating the potential toxic effects of exposure to environmental and occupational substances on the reproductive system.
  • Short-Term Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity Studies of Water Disinfection By-Products – Abstracts for studies designed to identify the physiologic systems (developmental; female reproduction; male reproduction; various somatic organ/processes) that are the most sensitive to exposure from these agents.

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