read-across

read-across

n
a correlation or relationship between two separate things
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4% int he same period, suggesting that H&R Block is performing well this year in DIY, which he views as a positive read-across for Intuit.
89 % of dossiers contained at least one endpoint where an adaptation or other argument was provided instead of a study result; the most common alternative methods used were read-across (63%), weight of evidence (43%) and QSAR prediction (34%).
The consortium will carry out two separate case studies for applied safety assessment: the ab initio and the read-across case study.
Adaptation By Read-across And Grouping/categories, Alternative Methods To Animal Testing) Who Have Demonstrated Their Expertise.
Our View: We think that Vodafone Turkey's results are a positive read-across for Turkcell.
But he told the Assembly's Social Development Committee: "There is the read-across financially of pounds 3billion a year net advantage - it's something that you just don't mess with.
He sees the order as largely resolving the outstanding regulatory risk associated with coal ash cost recovery in North Carolina and likely offering a positive read-across to the larger Duke Energy Carolinas rate case.
These included EURLECVAM representatives as trainers during the first summer school in Egmond aan Zee, renowned international scientists from academia as speakers during the Good Read-Across Practice forum in Brussels, and OECD representatives as instructors during the EU-ToxRisk AOP workshop in Vienna.
We think this is evidence of further market rationalisation and a positive read-across for Turkcell which is set to report on 21 February.
The focus is on providing an initial read-across document and on identifying knowledge gaps and uncertainties to be addressed by EU-ToxRisk in vitro data.
The updated Read-Across Assessment Framework (RAAF) published by ECHA now covers REACH information requirements concerning human health, environmental fate and environmental hazards.