Use of nuclear receptor luciferase-based bioassays to detect endocrine active chemicals in a biosolids-biochar amended soil.

@article{Anderson2017UseON,
  title={Use of nuclear receptor luciferase-based bioassays to detect endocrine active chemicals in a biosolids-biochar amended soil.},
  author={Carolyn G. Anderson and Geetika Joshi and Daniel A. Bair and Charlotte Oriol and Guochun He and Sanjai J. Parikh and Michael S. Denison and Kate M. Scow},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2017},
  volume={181},
  pages={160-167}
}
Biosolids are a potentially valuable source of carbon and nutrients for agricultural soils; however, potential unintended impacts on human health and the environment must be considered. Virtually all biosolids contain trace amounts endocrine-disrupting chemicals derived from human use of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs). One potential way… CONTINUE READING