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- Maiti, Swati; Sasmal, Kankaayan; Sinha, Sudarson Sekhar; Singh, Mukesh
- Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 2016 v.124 pp. 248-254
- Allium cepa; Escherichia coli; bulbs; chromosome aberrations; cosmetics; cytotoxicity; drugs; dyes; ecological imbalance; electrostatic interactions; erythrocytes; genotoxicity; growth retardation; hemolysis; human health; humans; in vitro studies; lethal dose; leukocytes; microorganisms; mitosis; models; mutagens; pollution; root tips; surveys; India
- ... Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) are among the most important emerging environmental contaminants in recent time. PPCPs include wide range of cosmetics, among which hair dyes, are immensely popular in modern society. However, impact of hair dye and its residual discharged to the environment in relation to human health and ecological imbalance have not been widely studied. Based o ...
- Aguirre-Martínez, Gabriela V.; DelValls, T. Angel; Martín-Díaz, M. Laura
- Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 2016 v.124 pp. 18-31
- DNA damage; Ruditapes philippinarum; acetylcholinesterase; bioassays; biomarkers; caffeine; clams; environmental assessment; genotoxicity; hemolymph; humans; ibuprofen; lipid peroxidation; metabolism; models; mutagens; neurotoxicity; novobiocin; oxidative stress; peroxidase; risk assessment process; tissues
- ... A battery of biomarkers was evaluated on Ruditapes philippinarum exposed during 14 days to caffeine, ibuprofen, carbamazepine and novobiocin (0.1, 1, 5, 10, 15, and 50µgL−1). The battery included general stress (lysosomal membrane stability – LMS) analysed in the hemolymph, and biochemical biomarkers analysed in digestive gland tissues including: biomarkers of phase I (etoxyresorufin O-deethylase ...