Volume 25, Issue 5, February 2018

Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects (pp. 3945-4104)

ISSN: 0944-1344 (Print) 1614-7499 (Online)

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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    Application of effect-directed analysis to identify mutagenic nitrogenous disinfection by-products of advanced oxidation drinking water treatment

    D. Vughs, K. A. Baken, A. Kolkman Pages 3951-3964
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    Effectivity of advanced wastewater treatment: reduction of in vitro endocrine activity and mutagenicity but not of in vivo reproductive toxicity

    Sabrina Giebner, Sina Ostermann Pages 3965-3976
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    Comparative study of dioxin contamination from forest soil samples (BZE II) by mass spectrometry and EROD bioassay

    Florian Mertes, John Mumbo Pages 3977-3984
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    An in-vitro approach for water quality determination: activation of NF-κB as marker for cancer-related stress responses induced by anthropogenic pollutants of drinking water

    Luis F. Spitta, Sebastian Diegeler Pages 3985-3995
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    Comparison of in vitro test systems using bacterial and mammalian cells for genotoxicity assessment within the “health-related indication value (HRIV) concept

    Eva-Maria Prantl, Meike Kramer Pages 3996-4010
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    p53 induction and cell viability modulation by genotoxic individual chemicals and mixtures

    Carolina Di Paolo, Yvonne Müller Pages 4012-4022
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    Fishing for contaminants: identification of three mechanism specific transcriptome signatures using Danio rerio embryos

    Jonas Hausen, Jens C. Otte, Jessica Legradi Pages 4023-4036
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    In vitro tools for the toxicological evaluation of sediments and dredged materials: intra- and inter-laboratory comparisons of chemical and bioanalytical methods

    Kathrin Eichbaum, Markus Brinkmann Pages 4037-4050
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    A hierarchical testing strategy for micropollutants in drinking water regarding their potential endocrine-disrupting effects—towards health-related indicator values

    Jochen Kuckelkorn, Regine Redelstein Pages 4051-4065
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    Effect-related evaluation of anthropogenic trace substances, -concepts for genotoxicity, neurotoxicity and, endocrine effects

    In search of a comprehensible set of endpoints for the routine monitoring of neurotoxicity in vertebrates: sensory perception and nerve transmission in zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos

    Daniel Stengel, Sarah Wahby Pages 4066-4084
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