The EUON report on NAMs for nanomaterials is available . This report is particularly useful to stakeholders wishing to explore nano-specific NAMs for regulatory purposes in human safety assessment. The report identified 220 NAMs of which only 8 were nano-specific, calling for more research on NAMs applicable to the nanosize. The report also highlights the main end points which need focusing on (eg. genotoxicity, carcinogenicity, inhalation toxicity and neurotoxicity) as well as gaps required to adapt current NAMs to nanomaterials, which include exposure scenarios, dosimetry and physicochemical characterisation.


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