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Share Your Data with NICEATM

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NICEATM invites scientists to share data, including in vivo (human or animal), in vitro, in silico, and chemical properties data, that may be helpful in the development or evaluation of non-animal approaches. Current priority areas include acute toxicity and developmental toxicity, although data relevant to any toxicity endpoint may be submitted.

Detailed Guidelines for Data Shared with NICEATM

Submit data by email to NICEATM or use the online form

Data Inclusion in the Integrated Chemical Environment

Data submitted to NICEATM is evaluated for inclusion in the Integrated Chemical Environment (ICE), NICEATM's conduit to data, tools, and other resources to support development of new approaches for assessing chemical safety. Before inclusion in ICE, data are

  • Reviewed by one or more subject matter experts to ensure that they meet specific quality standards and are useful for evaluating chemical safety
  • Confirmed to be publicly available with no restrictions on use

Learn more about data in ICE

Contact ICE

Past Data Requests

Request for Data and Information on Technologies Used to Detect and Measure Botulinum Neurotoxin (June 2018)

Request for Data and Information on Technologies Used for Identifying Potential Developmental Toxicants (May 2018)

Request for Data and Information on Zebrafish Embryo Screening (November 2016)

Request for Data and Information on Technologies Used for Identifying Potential Developmental Toxicants (June 2016)

Request for Data and Information on Technologies Used to Identify Substances With the Potential To Cause Acute Systemic Toxicity (June 2016)

Request for Data and Information on Devices and/or Technologies Use for Identifying Potential Inhalation Hazards (June 2014)