Hongqin Zhang

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β-Diketone antibiotics (DKAs) can produce chronic toxicity in aquatic ecosystems due to their pseudo-persistent in the environment. In this study, after long-term DKA exposure to zebrafish (Danio rerio), 47 protein spots had greater than 2-fold differential expression as compared to the control; there were 26 positive proteins with 14 up-regulated and 12(More)
To date, few data are available on neurotoxicity of β-diketone antibiotics (DKAs) from the perspective of animal behavior. Herein, the effects of long-term DKAs exposure on zebrafish (Danio rerio) behavior were assessed for locomotor activity, anxiety, social interaction and their related molecular mechanisms. DKAs exposure to zebrafish consisted of six DKA(More)
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