Regulatory Agencies

Regulatory agencies in the United States, Canada, and Europe are struggling to make decisions on human health consequences of an estimated 50,000 chemicals currently in use for which there is no toxicity data. Agencies are beginning to implement high-throughput and cell-based testing to look for biological pathways affected by these compounds.
ScitoVation offers new tools for using this information will avoid a rush to costly hazard-based decisions by regulatory groups – allowing an appropriate balance between safety and economic development.