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Biomarkers in Mytilus galloprovincialis exposed to suspensions of selected nanoparticles (Nano carbon black, C60 fullerene, Nano-TiO2, Nano-SiO2).
The potential for ecological toxicity associated with nanomaterials is a growing area of investigation, in particular in the aquatic environment. In suspension feeding invertebrates, the cellularExpand
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Bivalve molluscs as a unique target group for nanoparticle toxicity.
Due to the continuous development and production of manufactured nanomaterials or nanoparticles (NPs), their uptake and effects in the aquatic biota represent a major concern. Estuarine and coastalExpand
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Heavy metals and glutathione metabolism in mussel tissues
Abstract Data are presented on the tissue glutathione content and on the activity of two of the main enzymes involved in GSH metabolism (γ-glutamyl-cysteine synthetase (GCS), GSH transferase (GST))Expand
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In vitro effects of suspensions of selected nanoparticles (C60 fullerene, TiO2, SiO2) on Mytilus hemocytes.
As the nanotechnology industries increase production, nanoscale products will enter the aquatic environment, posing a possible threat to aquatic organisms. Suspension-feeding invertebrates mayExpand
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Bacteria–hemocyte interactions and phagocytosis in marine bivalves
Marine bivalves (such as mussels, oysters, and clams) are widespread mollusks in coastal waters at different latitudes; due to their filter‐feeding habits, they accumulate large numbers of bacteriaExpand
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Heavy metal effects on lipid peroxidation in the tissues of mytilus gallopro vincialis lam.
Abstract 1. The effects of heavy metals on lipid peroxidation in the gills and digestive gland of mussels exposed for six days to Cu 2+ , Cd 2+ or Zn 2+ (40 μg/l/animal) were investigated. 2. In theExpand
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Seasonal variations in the antioxidant defence systems and lipid peroxidation of the digestive gland of mussels.
1. The seasonal variations in the level of antioxidant compounds (glutathione (GSH), vitamin E, carotenoids) and in the activity of antioxidant enzymes, superoxide dismutase (EC 1.15.1.1), catalaseExpand
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Endocrine disruptors in marine organisms: approaches and perspectives.
Organic pollutants exhibiting endocrine disrupting activity (Endocrine Disruptors--EDs) are prevalent over a wide range in the aquatic ecosystems; most EDs are resistant to environmental degradationExpand
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Immunotoxicity of carbon black nanoparticles to blue mussel hemocytes.
The potential for human and ecological toxicity associated with nanomaterials is a growing area of investigation. In mammalian cells, nanoparticles have been shown to induce inflammation andExpand
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Melatonin signaling and cell protection function
Besides its well‐known regulatory role on circadian rhythm, the pineal gland hormone melatonin has other biological functions and a distinct metabolism in various cell types and peripheral tissues.Expand
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