Exposure to runoff from coal-tar-sealed pavement induces genotoxicity and impairment of DNA repair capacity in the RTL-W1 fish liver cell line.

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Coal-tar-based (CTB) sealcoat, frequently applied to parking lots and driveways in North America, contains elevated concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and related compounds. The RTL-W1 fish liver cell line was used to investigate two endpoints (genotoxicity and DNA-repair-capacity impairment) associated with exposure to runoff from… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.03.005

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@article{Kienzler2015ExposureTR, title={Exposure to runoff from coal-tar-sealed pavement induces genotoxicity and impairment of DNA repair capacity in the RTL-W1 fish liver cell line.}, author={Aude Kienzler and Barbara J. Mahler and Peter C Van Metre and Nathalie Schweigert and Alain Devaux and Sylvie Bony}, journal={The Science of the total environment}, year={2015}, volume={520}, pages={73-80} }