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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SAB / Science Advisory Board

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2019 Advice on assistance and protection from the Scientific Advisory Board of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons: Part 2. On preventing and treating health effects from acute, prolonged, and repeated nerve agent exposure, and the identification of medical countermeasures able to reduce or eliminate the longer term health effects of nerve agents. NA, OPCW
2019 Advice on assistance and protection provided by the Scientific Advisory Board of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons: Part 1. On medical care and treatment of injuries from nerve agents. CWA, OPCW
2018 Advice on chemical weapons sample stability and storage provided by the Scientific Advisory Board of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to increase investigative capabilities worldwide. OPCW
2016 An innovative and collaborative partnership between patients with rare disease and industry-supported registries: the Global aHUS Registry. aHUS
2007 Framework for metals risk assessment. ---
2003 Basis for a proposed reference dose (RfD) for dioxin of 1-10 pg/kg-day: a weight of evidence evaluation of the human and animal studies. EPA, FAO, NOAEL, RfD, TCDD, WHO
2002 The U.S. EPA Science Advisory Board Evaluation (2001) of the EPA dioxin reassessment. EPA
2001 Dose-response implications of the University of Alabama study of lymphohematopoietic cancer among workers exposed to 1,3-butadiene and styrene in the synthetic rubber industry. EPA
1992 Risk assessment for ingested inorganic arsenic: A review and status report. ---
10  1989 Some scientific judgments in the assessment of the risk of environmental contaminants. ---