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Neurotoxic effect of active ingredients in sunscreen products, a contemporary review
Sunscreen application is the main strategy used to prevent the maladies inflicted by ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Despite the continuously increasing frequency of sunscreen use worldwide, theExpand
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C. elegans as a model in developmental neurotoxicology
&NA; Due to many advantages Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) has become a preferred model of choice in many fields, including neurodevelopmental toxicity studies. This review discusses theExpand
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Is Triclosan a neurotoxic agent?
ABSTRACT Triclosan (TCS) is an antibacterial agent that has been used in many products since 1960s. Given its broad usage as an antiseptic TCS is present ubiquitously in the environment. Trace levelsExpand
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Sex- and structure-specific differences in antioxidant responses to methylmercury during early development.
Methylmercury (MeHg) is a ubiquitous environmental contaminant and neurotoxin, particularly hazardous to developing and young individuals. MeHg neurotoxicity during early development has been shownExpand
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Brain diseases in changing climate.
Climate change is one of the biggest and most urgent challenges for the 21st century. Rising average temperatures and ocean levels, altered precipitation patterns and increased occurrence of extremeExpand
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Neurotoxicity of e-cigarettes.
It appears that electronic cigarettes (EC) are a less harmful alternative to conventional cigarette (CC) smoking, as they generate substantially lower levels of harmful carcinogens and other toxicExpand
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Sex-Specific Response of Caenorhabditis elegans to Methylmercury Toxicity
Methylmercury (MeHg), an abundant environmental pollutant, has long been known to adversely affect neurodevelopment in both animals and humans. Several reports from epidemiological studies, as wellExpand
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Sex-Specific Differences in Redox Homeostasis in Brain Norm and Disease
Sex differences in brain physiology and by inference various pathologies are generally recognized, however frequently ignored in epidemiological and experimental studies, leading to numerous dataExpand
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The cytoplasmic thioredoxin system in Caenorhabditis elegans affords protection from methylmercury in an age‐specific manner
HighlightsC. elegans without cytoplasmic thioredoxin system were more susceptible to MeHg.TRX‐2, TRXR‐2, TRX‐3, TRX‐4, TRX‐5 did not afford protection against MeHg.Age‐specific sensitivityExpand
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NAD+ in sulfur mustard toxicity.
Sulfur mustard (SM) is a toxicant and chemical warfare agent with strong vesicant properties. The mechanisms behind SM-induced toxicity are not fully understood and no antidote or effective therapyExpand
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