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The last two decades have witnessed growing scientific and public concerns over endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) that have the potential to alter the normal structure or functions of the endocrine system in wildlife and humans. In this study, the phenolic EDCs such as alkylphenol, chlorinated phenol and bisphenol A were considered. They are commonly(More)
BACKGROUND Although the therapeutic mechanism of balneotherapy for atopic dermatitis has not been clarified, many atopic patients who visit thermomineral springs have shown clinical improvements. OBJECTIVE This study was aimed to evaluate the immunomodulatory effect of thermomineral water balneotherapy on the atopic dermatitis murine model. METHODS The(More)
This study mapped and analyzed groundwater potential using two different models, logistic regression (LR) and multivariate adaptive regression splines (MARS), and compared the results. A spatial database was constructed for groundwater well data and groundwater influence factors. Groundwater well data with a high potential yield of ≥70 m3/d were extracted,(More)
This study investigated changes in stream–aquifer interactions during the period shortly after the construction of the Changnyeong-Haman River barrage (CHRB) on the Nakdong River in South Korea. The hydraulic diffusivity (α) and river resistance (R) values at the semipervious stream–aquifer interface were estimated by using a one-dimensional (1-D)(More)
In order to properly assess the feasibility of using Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) spectroscopy for soil monitoring, the variation of fluorescence intensity due to the heterogeneity and complexity of soil media was investigated. Different soil minerals showed fluorescence spectral structures distinguishable from the contaminants, implying dissimilar(More)
To determine the reversible masking potential of carboxylic acids afforded by the N-acyl structure in a proinsecticide perspective, the hydrolysis of monosubstituted N-acylaziridines and unsubstituted N-acylpyrrolidine was studied by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) during in vitro assays conducted in the presence of insect(More)
Modern thin-layer chromatography (TLC) was used for the evaluation of delta2-oxazolines-1,3 I and N-acylaziridine VII structures, as potential proinsecticides of carboxylic acids III. Thus the unmasking2 of the active principles III from delta2-oxazolines-1,3 Ia-c and N-acylaziridine VIIc was monitored by spotting aliquots directly onto RP-18 TLC plates,(More)
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