Antibiotic drugs alter zebrafish behavior.

@article{Petersen2020AntibioticDA,
  title={Antibiotic drugs alter zebrafish behavior.},
  author={B. Petersen and T. C. Pereira and S. Altenhofen and D. D. Nabinger and Pedro Maria Abreu Ferreira and M. Bogo and C. Bonan},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          108936
        }
}
Antibiotics are widely used drugs in human and veterinary health as well as in the food industry. The majority of these compounds are, however, excreted unchanged and found as contaminants in water bodies. Although the toxicity of these drugs was previously studied in aquatic organisms, the behavioral effects of these pollutants have not been fully explored. Here we exposed adult zebrafish to environmentally relevant concentrations of different classes of antibiotics (Chlortetracycline… Expand

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