Submission of information on the hazard endpoint for which testing is proposed

Reaction products of 5,5-dimethylhydantoin and ethylene oxide
Reproductive toxicity (pre-natal developmental toxicity)
 I. Personal information
First Name: *
Family Name: *
Email: *
Country: *
 II. Organisation

Are you submitting information as: *

An Individual
On behalf of an organisation of institution
As an individual affiliated to an organisation or institution
  I do not wish my above identity to be disclosed if the comments are made publicly available.
 III. Information
You are requested to provide a non-confidential version of the information which ECHA may make available to the public. Confidential details to support the non-confidential information may be submitted as well (see further detailed instructions below), but you must give a justification to explain why the information is confidential. Such confidential information will only be used by ECHA, including its Committees.
Pursuant to Article 40(2) of REACH, ECHA invites third parties to submit scientifically valid information and studies that address the relevant substance and the hazard endpoint mentioned above for which testing is proposed. In order to enable ECHA to evaluate whether the submitted information is scientifically valid and relevant, you are kindly requested to provide the information specified below. Please note that you can also attach documents, including an IUCLID5 export file (see below).
Type of the Study:
Test guideline applied:
Year and place of the conduct of the study:
Quality control applied, if any:
Duration of the study:
Identity of the substance dose/concentration used and, where relevant, vehicle:
Results of the study:

ECHA may make this information publicly available. In case you wish to submit confidential supporting information, you are requested to tick in the relevant box below and to submit the confidential information in a separate file. If you tick in the second box, you are requested to fill in the information to justify the confidentiality in order to facilitate ECHA’s work in deciding on requests for access to documents. ECHA does not consider as confidential any relevant information relating to the intrinsic properties of a substance and may disclose such information to the registrant(s) of the substance.*

The submitted information can be made publicly available.
I have the following reasons enumerated in Article 4(1) or 4(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding public access to documents why the information submitted as confidential cannot be disclosed to persons requesting access to documents (please explain below in the commenting field those reasons; a reason could be that the protection of your commercial interests, including intellectual property, would be undermined).
No confidential information of any kind should be included:
Maximum file size is 10 MB Maximum file size is 10 MB

If you would like to submit more than one document, please create a zip archive where you include all files and upload the zip file as attachment.