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Rainbow trout eggs, yolk sac fry and juveniles were exposed to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) in different concentrations for 96 h. Exposure of eggs to the lowest concentration, used in this study, 0.1 ppt (10-13 glg), resulted in a significant growth retardation for 72 days. At higher concentrations significant numbers of the forthcoming fry(More)
  • Theo Helder
  • 2008
The conditions under which safety data may be accepted by regulatory authorities (RAs) in OECD Countries do not only include the obligation to apply the principles of good laboratory practice (GLP) while producing these data, but also must countries, partaking in the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) system for mutual acceptance(More)
There was 1% mortality among female guppies just imported from Southeast Asia. Moribund fish showed discoloration, lethargy and kyphosis. Microscopically, myopathy and steatitis were observed, together with an extensive ceroid storage. These findings are indicative of vitamin E deficiency, and illustrate the risk of using fish of unknown origin in(More)
Seven patients with glomerular proteinuria and hypertension (six with biopsy confirmation of glomerulonephritis, one with proteinuria after unilateral nephrectomy) were randomly given, for 14 days each, a calcium antagonist and then a conversion enzyme inhibitor, or vice versa, following a 14-day pause of all medication. Fractional albuminuria rose(More)
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