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Individual and joint toxic effects of pentachlorophenol and bisphenol A on the development of zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryo.
It was found that the toxicity of PCP would be enhanced with the addition of BPA even below its no observed effect concentration (NOEC) level at the endpoint of 32 h with no blood flow, and the level of the increase was influenced by the toxic unit (TU) ratio. Expand
Toxicogenomic and Phenotypic Analyses of Bisphenol-A Early-Life Exposure Toxicity in Zebrafish
Bisphenol-A is an important environmental contaminant due to the increased early-life exposure that may pose significant health-risks to various organisms including humans. This study aimed to useExpand
[Interaction between calcium and lead affects the toxicity to embryo of zebrafish (Danio rerio)].
The results support the assumptions of the BLM and associated with competition between lead and calcium for binding on transport and toxic action sites on biological surfaces, and the influence of Ca2+ on toxicity could be predicted. Expand
Accumulation and elimination of iron oxide nanomaterials in zebrafish (Danio rerio) upon chronic aqueous exposure.
Investigation of the accumulation and elimination profiles of two iron oxide nanomaterials in zebrafish revealed that accumulated nanoparticles in Zebrafish can be eliminated efficiently and may be adsorbed via the gastrointestinal tract, and stored for more than 12days. Expand
Long-term changes in nutrients, chlorophyll a and their relationships in a semi-enclosed eutrophic ecosystem, Bohai Bay, China.
Results showed that dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) decreased from 1995 to 2000 but increased after 2000 in both the spring and summer, and soluble reactive phosphorus (SRP) decreased while the molar nitrogen/phosphorus (N/P) ratios increased over the last two decades. Expand
The BPA toxicity on zebrafish embryos were caused before 8h exposure and it was not the result of long-term accumulation, therefore, BPA maybe cause altered gene expression at the early stage of zebra fish embryos. Expand
[Utilization of embryo development technique of Brachydanio rerio to evaluating toxicity on various chemicals].
  • Lin Zhu, Shujie Shi
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Ying yong sheng tai xue bao = The journal of…
  • 1 February 2002
The application of Brachydanio rerio embryo development technique to research on environmental science was summarized in this paper, and results were correspondent with other toxicity testing, and it showed higher sensitivity, especially a sublethal endpoint was selected. Expand
[Toxicity effects of pentachlorophenol on Brachydanio rerio].
  • Min Zheng, Lin Zhu
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Ying yong sheng tai xue bao = The journal of…
  • 1 October 2005
The results showed that the special effect duration of PCP on embryos was within 6 hours after embryos incubation, and the most sensitive endpoints of Brachydanio rerio embryos to pentachlorophenol were no blood-circulation and half lethal concentration at 48 hrs. Expand
Effects of Hypoxia on the Physiology of Zebrafish (Danio rerio): Initial Responses, Acclimation and Recovery
The results suggest that zebrafishes can acclimate to the mild hypoxia (3 mg-L−1) quickly but oxidative damage would occur when DO decreased below 1 mg L−2, and could be useful for water resource managers to set protection limits of DO for aquatic organisms. Expand
Application of biotic ligand and toxicokinetic-toxicodynamic modeling to predict the accumulation and toxicity of metal mixtures to zebrafish larvae.
This study predicted the accumulation and toxicity of mixed essential and nonessential metals in zebrafish larvae exposed to a binary mixture of these elements at environmentally relevant concentrations using a refined toxicokinetic (TK)-toxicodynamic (TD) model aided with biotic ligand model (BLM) and toxic equivalent factor (TEF) approach. Expand