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- Villeneuve, Daniel L.; Jensen, Kathleen M.; Cavallin, Jenna E.; Durhan, Elizabeth J.; Garcia‐Reyero, Natàlia; Kahl, Michael D.; Leino, Richard L.; Makynen, Elizabeth A.; Wehmas, Leah C.; Perkins, Edward J.; Ankley, Gerald T.
- Environmental toxicology and chemistry 2017 v.36 no.1 pp. 231-242
- endocrine system, etc ; Pimephales promelas; adults; anti-infective agents; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; estradiol; fecundity; females; fish; males; margin of safety; models; reproductive toxicology; surface water; testosterone; toxicity; transcriptome; vitellogenin; United States; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Triclocarban (TCC) is an antimicrobial agent routinely detected in surface waters that has been hypothesized to interact with the vertebrate endocrine system. The present study examined the effects of TCC alone and in combination with the model endocrine disruptor 17β‐trenbolone (TRB) on fish reproductive function. Adult Pimephales promelas were continuously exposed to either 1 µg TCC/L or 5 µg TC ...
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