Kathleen Eismann

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It is known that the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) microbiota responds to different antibiotics in different ways and that while some antibiotics do not induce disturbances of the community, others drastically influence the richness, diversity, and prevalence of bacterial taxa. However, the metabolic consequences thereof, independent of the degree of the(More)
For eight acrylates, three methacrylates, and three propiolates as three subclasses of α,β-unsaturated esters, short-term and long-term bacterial toxicity with Vibrio fischeri was determined in terms of EC(50) (effective concentration 50%) values for the 30-min bioluminescence and 24-h growth inhibition. To this end, experimental exposure concentrations(More)
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