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|Main Title||Evaluation of the potential carcinogenicity of chrysene (2198-01-9) /|
|CORP Author||Syracuse Research Corp., NY. ;Environmental Monitoring and Services, Inc., Washington, DC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Health and Environmental Assessment.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response ;|
|Report Number||EPA/600/8-91/094; EPA-68-03-3112; EPA-68-03-3182; OHEA-C-073-068|
|Subjects||Aromatic compounds--Carcinogenicity ; Chrysene--Carcinogenicity|
|Additional Subjects||Chrysene ; Toxicity ; Risk assessment ; Public health ; Exposure ; Neoplasms ; Hazardous materials ; Tolerances(Physiology) ; Carcinogenicity ; Dose-response relationships ; CAS Registry No: 218-01-9|
|Collation||21 pages ; 28 cm|
Chrysene is a possible human carcinogen, classified as weight-of-evidence Group C under the EPA Guidelines for Carcinogen Risk Assessment. Evidence on potential carcinogenicity from animal studies is 'Limited,' and the evidence from human studies is 'No Data.' Data available are inadequate for calculating a potency factor (F) and no quantitative inferences can be made. Chrysene is, therefore, assigned to the median potency factor range and placed in potency group 2 according to the CAG's methodology for evaluating potential carcinogens. Combining the weight-of-evidence group and the potency group, chrysene is assigned a 'LOW' hazard ranking.
Cover title. "June 1988." Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche.