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2005 WHO Toxic Equivalency Factors for Dioxins and Dioxin-Like Compounds
COT Statement 1999/1031: Statement on Studies of Potatoes Genetically Modified to Produce Galanthus Nivalis LECTIN
COT Statement 2006/04: Statement on Combined Exposure to 2-Chlorobenzylidene Malonitrile (CS) and Pava (Nonivamide) Sprays
COT Statement 2006/12: Update to Statement on the Review of Toxicology Literature on the Use of Topical Insect Repellent Diethyl-M-Toluamide (DEET)
COT Statement 2006/15: Statement on Cyanogenic Glycosides in Bitter Apricot Kernels
COT Statement 2006/16: COT Statement on Risk Assessment of Marine Biotoxins of the Okadaic Acid, Pectenotoxin, Azaspiracid and Yessotoxin Groups in Support of Human Health
COT Statement 2007/01: COT Addendum to Joint Statement of the Committees on Toxicity, Mutagenicity and Carcinogenicity on Nanomaterial Toxicology
COT Statement 2007/02: FSA Funded Study Investigating the Developmental Effects of Dioxin (TCDD) in Rats
COT Statement 2007/03: Statement on the COT Workshop on Evolving Approaches to Chemical Risk Assessment
COT Statement 2007/04: Statement on Research Project (T07040) Investigating the Effect of Mixtures of Certain Food Colours and a Preservative on Behaviour in Children
COT Statement 2007/05: Statement - Use of Pava (Nonivamide) as an Incapacitant Spray - Reformulation of Captor
COT Statement 2007/06: Statement on the Review of the Cabin Air Environment, Ill-Health In Aircraft Crews and the Possible Relationship to Smoke/Fume Events in Aircraft
COT Statement 2008/01: Update Statement on the Toxicology of Terephthalic Acid
COT Statement 2008/02: COT Statement on a SAHSU Study on Chlorination Disinfection By-Products and Risk of Congenital Anomalies in England and Wales
COT Statement 2008/03: Statement on the COT Workshop on Transgenerational Epigenetics
COT Statement 2008/05: COT Statement on the Risk to Consumers of Eating Foods Derived from Animals That Have Eaten Bracken
COT Statement 2008/06: COT Statement on Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids in Food
COT Statement 2008/09: Statement on Food Standards Agency-Funded Research on Health Effects of Mixtures of Food Additives (T01040/41)
COT Statement 2009/01: Statement on Glucosamine and Hepatotoxicity
COT Statement 2009/03: Statement on the COT Workshop on 21st Century Toxicology
COT Statement 2009/04: Statement on Methylglyoxal
COT Statement 2009/05: Statement on Polychlorinated Naphthalenes in Food
COT Statement 2009/06: Statement on Chlorinated Paraffins in Food
COT Statement 2010/01: Second Statement on Landfill Sites
COT Statement on Consumer Products and the Environment - Committee on Safety of Medicines - Statement on a Joint COT/CSM One Day Meeting on Diet - Drug Interactions
COT Statement on Twelve Metals and Other Elements in the 2000 Total Diet Study
COT Statement on Uranium Levels in Water Used to Reconstitute Infant Formula
COT statement 2009/02: Update Statement on the Tolerable Daily Intake for Perfluorooctanoic Acid
Committees on Toxicity and Carcinogenicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment - Statement on Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution - Crop Spraying and the Health of Residents and Bystanders
Hepatotoxicity of Kava Kava - Food Risk Assessment
Meeting Report on the Development and Function in Adulthood of the Human Male Reproductive System - Potential Chemical-Induced Effects
Peanut Allergy
Statement on Food Additives and Developmental Neurotoxicity
Statement on Organic Chlorinated and Brominated Contaminants in Shellfish, Farmed and Wild Fish
Statement on Risk Assessment and Monitoring of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) Toxins in Support of Human Health
Statement on a Toxicological Evaluation of Chemical Analyses Carried out as Part of a Pilot Study for a Breast Milk Archive
Statement on the Review of Toxicology Literature on the Use of Topical Insect Repellent Diethyl-M-Toluamide (DEET) (COT/02/5 - November 2002) [Addition to Paragraph 31 - April 2003]

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