|Substance||CAS number||Use||Effect||Other information|
|4-methyl-benzophenone||134-84-9||Photo initiator, printing ink for paper and board packaging ||SML group TDI of 0.01 mg/kg body weight, derived from toxicity testing on benzophenone, due to structural similarity to benzophenone assumed to cause liver hypertrophy ()||OECD SIDS*|
|Benzophenone||119-61-9||Photosensitizer in printing inks, UV protective agent in polymers, polymerization inhibiter for styrene, plasticizer in food contact rubber articles Printing ink of paper and board packaging  allowed as additive in FCM, EU PIM||positive responses in uterotrophic assay testing estrogenic activity ||OECD HPV**|
|4-Benzobiphenyl||2128-93-0||Photoinitiator, printing ink for paper and board packaging ||N.A.||OECD SIDS*|
|Ethyl 4-dimethylaminobenzoate||10287-53-3||UV absorber, printing ink for paper and board packaging ||N.A.||OECD SIDS*|
|2-ethylhexyl-4-dimethylaminobenzoate||21245-02-3||UV absorber, printing ink for paper and board packaging ||Antagonistic estrogenic activity in Yeast Two-Hybrid Assay (Antagonist EC 50 (nM) +S9d) ||OECD SIDS*|
|2,2-Dimethoxy-2-phenylacetophenone||24650-42-8||UV absorber, printing ink for paper and board packaging , found in beverages  and milk drinks ||Estrogenic activity in inhibition and Lineweaver-Burk plots ||OECD SIDS*|
|4-(4-Methylphenylthio)benzophenone||83846-85-9||Photoinitiator, printing ink for paper and board packaging ||N.A.||OECD SIDS*|
*OECD SIDS (OECD screening information data set)
** OECD HPV (OECD High production volume chemicals)
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