Biomarkers in terrestrial invertebrates for ecotoxicological soil risk assessment.

@article{Kammenga2000BiomarkersIT,
  title={Biomarkers in terrestrial invertebrates for ecotoxicological soil risk assessment.},
  author={Jan E. Kammenga and Reinhard Dallinger and Marianne Catharina Henri{\"e}tte Donker and Heinz R K{\"o}hler and Vibeke Simonsen and Rita Triebskorn and Jason M. Weeks},
  journal={Reviews of environmental contamination and toxicology},
  year={2000},
  volume={164},
  pages={93-147}
}
This review has served to present the most recent information on a selected series of biomarker studies undertaken on soil invertebrates during two extensive European-funded scientific consortia, BIOPRINT and BIOPRINT-II. The goals were to develop and validate methods for the analysis of markers of stress in a range of soil-dwelling organisms. We have discussed the potential and limitations of the following invertebrate biomarkers for soil risk assessment purposes: heat shock proteins… CONTINUE READING