Heterocyclic compounds: toxic effects using algae, daphnids, and the Salmonella/microsome test taking methodical quantitative aspects into account.

@article{Eisentraeger2008HeterocyclicCT,
  title={Heterocyclic compounds: toxic effects using algae, daphnids, and the Salmonella/microsome test taking methodical quantitative aspects into account.},
  author={Adolf Eisentraeger and Corinna Brinkmann and Henner Hollert and Anne Sagner and Andreas Tiehm and Judith Neuwoehner},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry},
  year={2008},
  volume={27 7},
  pages={1590-6}
}
Heterocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons containing nitrogen, sulfur, or oxygen (NSO-HET), have been detected in air, soil, sewage sludge, marine environments, and freshwater sediments. Since toxicity data on this class of substances are scarce, the present study focuses on possible implications NSO-HET have for ecotoxicity (algae and daphnids) and mutagenicity (Salmonella/microsome test). A combination of bioassays and chemical-analytical quantification of the test compounds during toxicity assays… CONTINUE READING
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