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South Korea to Publish WoE Guidelines for All Toxicity Endpoints by 2027

More guidelines and checklists are to be published by 2027 to facilitate the use of Weight of Evidence (WoE) approach in hazard assessment.

To meet the needs of the K-REACH regulation, chemicals companies may need to carry out tests on animals. However, animal tests can be avoided if there is a weight of evidence (WoE) which points to the likely properties of a substance. As more and more companies are calling for change in the way that chemical safety is assessed for regulatory purposes, the authority is piloting projects to develop alternatives to animal testing.

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