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Welcome to ECOTOX

The ECOTOXicology knowledgebase (ECOTOX) is a comprehensive, publicly available knowledgebase providing single chemical environmental toxicity data on aquatic life, terrestrial plants and wildlife.

MARCH 2018

With the March 15, 2018 ECOTOX update, data has been added for the following Recent Chemicals of Interest to EPA:

  • Atenolol
  • Beta-Sitosterol
  • DCPMU (Monomethyldiuron)
  • Dichlorprop-p
  • Dimethyl Disulfide
  • Fluroxypyr
  • Formetanate HCl
  • Hydramethylnon
  • Isoxaflutole
  • Perfluorooctane sulfonates

SEARCH TIP: Refining Searches by Chemical and Effect Groups.

To review genetic effect data for Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) effects, the following ECOTOX query can be completed by searching the Effect Group 'Genetics' and the Chemical group 'Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)' in the ECOTOX Advanced Query.

  1. Open Advanced Database Query
  2. On the Chemical tab, click on 'Predefined Chemical Groups', select 'Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers' (PBDEs) under 'Organic Compounds' list.
    1. This selection can be further refined by selecting 'View/Edit List Entries' and removing chemicals. For this example all chemicals were searched.
  3. On the Test Results tab, click on 'Effect Measurements', select 'Genetic' from the 'Cellular group'.
    1. To refine Effect Measurement group, select 'View/Edit Effect Measurements'.
    2. Select Measurements to remove. In this example no measurements were removed.
  4. Select 'Perform Query for Aquatic Data'.

Eighty (80) records will be retrieved. An example of the Aquatic browser report is below.

Sample Aquatic Report December 2017

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DISCLAIMER: You should consult the original scientific paper to ensure an understanding of the context of the data retrieved from ECOTOX.

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