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- Song, Meirong, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- The Science of the total environment 2019 v.649 pp. 1414-1421
- Danio rerio; Western blotting; acute toxicity; animal production; apoptosis; aquaculture; aquatic organisms; azithromycin; caspase-3; caspase-9; clarithromycin; developmental toxicity; edema; embryo (animal); food animals; gene expression regulation; genes; heart rate; humans; metabolites; models; oxidative stress; pericardium; protein synthesis; risk; superoxide dismutase; tylosin
- ... Macrolide antibiotics (MALs) are widely used for both human and animal health. Most MALs and their metabolites transfer into aquatic organisms and environment resulting in violent consequences. Previous studies show that MALs cause cardiotoxicity in humans and mammals. However, the potential risk of these chemicals in aquatic organisms remains unclear. Here, we used zebrafish embryos as a model to ...