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Annex III inventory

Annex III inventory

ECHA compiled an inventory of substances likely to meet the criteria of Annex III to the REACH Regulation. The aim is to support registrants in identifying whether reduced minimum information requirements or a full Annex VII information set is required.

The inventory was produced using publicly available databases with experimental data and by using (Q)SAR model results. Indications for hazardous toxicological or ecotoxicological properties together with information on uses and other available relevant information have to be compared with the criteria in Annex III.

The fact that a substance is not in this list does not necessarily mean that the criteria for Annex III are not met. Likewise, if a substance is on this inventory, a registrant can still benefit from the reduced information requirements if it is justified.

Note that the inventory is not a tool for classification, it only shows indications for concern. For instance, the fact that a substance is indicated as "Suspected mutagen" does not mean that ECHA considers it as a classified mutagen. All evidence should be taken into account before concluding on the need for classification.

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3-methylcholanthrene

EC / List no.: 200-276-4 CAS no.: 56-49-5
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# Suspected bioaccumulative: EpiSuite data included in the Toolbox contain at least one experimental log Kow value equal to or higher than 4.5;Meylan BCF model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts a BCF of 3.9 log(L/kg) (moderate reliability) # Suspected carcinogen: The Toolbox profiler 'Carcinogenicity (genotox and nongenotox) alerts by ISS' gives an alert for carcinogenicity; CAESAR Carcinogenicity model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is Carcinogen (EXPERIMENTAL value); ISS Carcinogenicity model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is Carcinogen (EXPERIMENTAL value); carcinogen according to ISSCAN # Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment: DEMETRA Daphnia Magna toxicity model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical has a 48h EC50 of 0.1542 mg/L (moderate reliability); Fish toxicity classification (SarPy/IRFMN) model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is 'Toxic-2 (between 1 and 10 mg/l) (good reliability)'; Fish Acute Toxicity model (KNN/Read-Across) in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical has a 96h LC50 of 0.53 mg/L (moderate reliability) # Suspected mutagen: The Toolbox profiler 'DNA alerts for AMES, MN and CA by OASIS v.1.3' gives an alert for mutagenicity; The Toolbox profiler 'in vitro mutagenicity (Ames test) alerts by ISS' gives an alert for mutagenicity; CAESAR Mutagenicity model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is Mutagen (EXPERIMENTAL value); ISS Mutagenicity model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is Mutagen (EXPERIMENTAL value); KNN Mutagenicity model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is Mutagen (EXPERIMENTAL value); SARPY Mutagenicity model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is Mutagen (EXPERIMENTAL value); The outcome in CTA assay is positive according to ISSCTA; mutagen according to ISSSTY # Suspected persistent in the environment: Ready biodegradability model (IRFMN) in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is NON Readily Biodegradable (good reliability);The Danish QSAR database contains information indicating that the substance is predicted as non readily biodegradable # Suspected skin sensitiser: CAESAR skin sensitisation model in VEGA (Q)SAR platform predicts that the chemical is Sensitizer (good reliability) # Suspected toxic for reproduction: The Toolbox profiler 'DART scheme v.1.0' gives an alert for toxicity to reproduction

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