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The National Library of Medicine used to provide here, convenient access to their family of toxicology databases covering toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health and related areas, including toxicology data, literature references, and toxic release information on particular chemicals. This useful portal was removed during the Trump administration. See the next website [Toxinfo.io/] for this convenient one-stop shopping for this data and information.
The U.S. government has several reputable databases dealing with toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases. This guide provides a starting point to help you select the right resource for your needs. The database table has expanded descriptions and sample records for some of these resources.
ATSDR is a federal public health agency that serves the public by providing trusted health information to prevent harmful exposures and disease related to toxic substances. This site has data on the best science, the latest research, and the most important information about toxic substances and how they affect our health.
This database from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has data and information on how to handle thousands of hazardous materials. You can also see what hazards might occur if chemicals are mixed together.
A project of CUNY and Columbia University that contains previously classified documents that emerged in toxic tort litigation and lawsuits involving lead, asbestos, silica, and PCBs, and other dangerous substances.
Peer reviewed information on chemicals commonly used throughout the world, which may also occur as contaminants in the environment and food. It consolidates information from a number of intergovernmental organizations.
A source of general industrial hygiene presenting key information and data in abbreviated or tabular form for chemicals or substance groupings (e.g. cyanides, fluorides, manganese compounds) that are found in the work environment.