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Endocrine-Active Substances
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Endocrine-active substances are chemicals that interact with hormonal function. Sometimes those interactions can be harmful and are referred to as endocrine disruption. SETAC members are heavily vested in studying endocrine-active substances.

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Outreach Documents

SETAC Technical Issue Paper: What Is an Endocrine Disrupter?

Workshop Summaries

SETAC Pellston Workshop® (2016): Environmental Hazard and Risk Assessment Approaches for Endocrine-Active Substances (EHRA): Developing Technical Guidance Based on Case Studies to Support Decision-Making

Journal Articles

IEAM Special Series: Ecotoxicological Hazard and Risk Assessment of Endocrine Active Substances. IEAM 13, 2.


Endocrine Disruption in Invertebrates: Endocrinology, Testing, and Assessment