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Relative Potencies of Individual Polychlorinated Naphthalenes to Induce Dioxin-Like Responses in Fish and Mammalian In Vitro Bioassays
A growing body of evidence suggests that polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCNs) may be fairly widespread environmental contaminants. This may be cause for concern because exposure to PCNs has beenExpand
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Tetra- and tribromophenoxyanisoles in marine samples from Oceania.
Some methoxylated polybrominated diphenyl ethers (MeO-BDEs) are known halogenated natural products (HNPs) and are frequently detected in higher organisms of the marine environment. In this study weExpand
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137Cs in fish of some lakes and rivers of the Bryansk region and north-west Russia in 1990–1992
The 137Cs content was measured in the muscle tissue of different fish species from several lakes and rivers in the western Bryansk region (a zone of heavy radioactive pollution after the ChernobylExpand
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Sorption and competition of two persistent organic pesticides onto marine sediments: Relevance to their distribution in aquatic system.
Sorption is a key process in the distribution of substances between environmental compartments in marine ecosystems. Two persistent organic pesticides, also known as toxaphene congeners, namelyExpand
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Relative retention times of chlorinated monoterpenes.
GC retention times for 67 chlorinated monoterpenes, belonging to the technical pesticide Toxaphene have been measured under the same conditions and relative retention times have been determined. TheyExpand
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Long-range atmospheric transport of three toxaphene congeners across Europe. Modeling by chained single-box FATEMOD program
Background, aims, and scopeSince toxaphene (polychlorocamphene, polychloropinene, or strobane) mixtures were applied for massive insecticide use in the 1960s to replace the use of DDT, some of theirExpand
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Biomarker response and hypothalamus-pituitary-interrenal axis functioning in Arctic charr from Bjørnøya (74°30' N), Norway, with high levels of organohalogenated compounds.
The populations of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) residing in Lake Ellasjøen at Bjørnøya Island in the Norwegian Arctic (74° 30'N, 19° 00'E) possess substantially higher levels ofExpand
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Endogenous lithium determination in blood plasma and urine by isotope dilution mass spectrometry and preliminary isolation of lithium fraction using paper chromatography.
A version of isotope dilution mass spectrometric technique elaborated for measuring endogenous lithium concentrations in human blood plasma and urine (10(-7) M region) and applicable in clinicalExpand
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Secretion of endogenous lithium in teleost kidneys as a probable reflection of Na+ and water secretion in their renal proximal tubules.
Unlike mammals with renal reabsorption of lithium (Li+), in freshwater and, particularly, marine teleosts net secretion of this trace element by kidneys was discovered. The ratio of Li+ naturalExpand
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Endogenous lithium clearance as a probable measure of end-proximal fluid delivery in the amphibian kidneys: a study of renal water and Na+ reabsorption in the hydrated and dehydrated frog Rana
In fully hydrated frogs (R. temporaria) a clearance of endogenous lithium (CLi) coincides with the glomerular filtration rate (CCoEDTA) which is on average 32 ml/kg/hr, i.e. fractional lithiumExpand
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