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Reports & Publications

Publication Series, Reports, and Monographs

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AIDS Therapeutics Toxicity Reports

Evaluate potential health effects of AIDS therapeutics in laboratory animals. Go
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Genetically Modified Model Reports

Characterize and evaluate the toxicologic potential, including carcinogenic activity, of selected agents in laboratory animals that have been genetically modified. Go

Monographs

Assess evidence from the literature on substances in our environment that may cause adverse health effects. Go
14th report on carcinogens

Report on Carcinogens

Identifies substances that may put people at increased risk for cancer. People can use the RoC to make informed decisions about their own health. Find Scientific Review information for substances evaluated since 1996. Go
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Research Reports

Provide results of NTP research and literature-analysis activities that do not fall under the scope of existing report series. Go
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Technical Reports

Describe long-term studies that characterize and evaluate the toxicologic potential of selected test articles in animals. Go
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Toxicity Reports

Describe short-term studies that characterize and evaluate the toxicologic potential of selected substances in laboratory animals. Go

Abstracts

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Developmental (Teratology) Abstracts

Evaluate the potential of chemicals to cause malformations and signs of toxicity during fetal development. Go
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Drinking Water Abstracts

Studies of water disinfection by-products provide information on their potential toxicity. Go
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Immunotoxicity Abstracts

The basic research program for the immunotoxicology studies conducted by NTP includes characterization of the potential for a substance to modulate immune function and hypersensitivity testing in laboratory animals. Go
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Reproductive Toxicity Study Abstracts

Evaluate potential toxic effects of exposure to environmental and occupational substances on the reproductive system. Go