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  • The gut barrier and the fate of engineered nanomaterials: a view from comparative physiology 

    van der Zande, M; Jemec Kokalj, A; Spurgeon, DJ; Loureiro, S; Silva, PV; Khodaparast, Z; Drobne, D; Clark, NJ; van den Brink, NW; Baccaro, M; van Gestel, CAM; Bouwmeester, H; Handy, RD
    Despite the diverse structures and functions of the gut barrier in the animal kingdom, some common features of gut lumen chemistry control the behaviour of engineered nanomaterials, and with some potentially novel uptake ...
  • Tools and rules for modelling uptake and bioaccumulation of nanomaterials in invertebrate organisms 

    van den Brink, NW; Jemec Kokalj, A; Silva, PV; Lahive, E; Norrfors, K; Baccaro, M; Khodaparast, Z; Loureiro, S; Drobne, D; Cornelis, G; Lofts, S; Handy, RD; Svendsen, C; Spurgeon, D; van Gestel, CAM (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019-05-14)
    Quantification of the uptake and elimination of nanomaterials (NMs) by organisms is key in assessing the environmental risks of NMs.

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