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  • Application of the rainbow trout derived intestinal cell line (RTgutGC) for ecotoxicological studies: molecular and cellular responses following exposure to copper. 

    Langan, LM; Harper, GM; Owen, SF; Purcell, WM; Jackson, SK; Jha, AN (United States, 2017-10)
    There is an acknowledged need for in vitro fish intestinal model to help understand dietary exposure to chemicals in the aquatic environment. The presence and use of such models is however largely restrictive due to ...
  • The cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of bisphenol A on neuronal cells in vitro 

    O'Sullivan, S. (University of Plymouth, 2017)
    Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) have the potential to cause adverse effects to human health by disrupting normal homeostasis, reproduction, development and behaviour. They can simultaneously act as cytotoxic and ...
  • Towards an alternative testing strategy for nanomaterials used in nanomedicine: lessons from NanoTEST. 

    Dusinska, M; Boland, S; Saunders, M; Juillerat-Jeanneret, L; Tran, L; Pojana, G; Marcomini, A; Volkovova, K; Tulinska, J; Knudsen, LE; Gombau, L; Whelan, M; Collins, AR; Marano, F; Housiadas, C; Bilanicova, D; Halamoda Kenzaoui, B; Correia Carreira, S; Magdolenova, Z; Fjellsbø, LM; Huk, A; Handy, R; Walker, L; Barancokova, M; Bartonova, A; Burello, E; Castell, J; Cowie, H; Drlickova, M; Guadagnini, R; Harris, G; Harju, M; Heimstad, ES; Hurbankova, M; Kazimirova, A; Kovacikova, Z; Kuricova, M; Liskova, A; Milcamps, A; Neubauerova, E; Palosaari, T; Papazafiri, P; Pilou, M; Poulsen, MS; Ross, B; Runden-Pran, E; Sebekova, K; Staruchova, M; Vallotto, D; Worth, A (England, 2015-05)
    In spite of recent advances in describing the health outcomes of exposure to nanoparticles (NPs), it still remains unclear how exactly NPs interact with their cellular targets. Size, surface, mass, geometry, and composition ...

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