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ECCC_WSTD_Proteomic analyses reveal toxicity of chlorhexidine.pdf | 1.3 MB
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Proteomic Analyses of Chlorhexidine Tolerance Mechanisms in Delftia acidovorans Biofilms Proteomic Analyses of Chlorhexidine Tolerance Mechanisms in Delftia acidovorans Biofilms Tara Rema,a Prabhakara Medihala,a John R. Lawrence,b Sinisa Vidovic,c Gary G. Leppard,d Marcia Reid,e Darren R. Korbera Food and Bioproduct Sciences, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canadaa; Env
ECCC_STB_WLSD_Methylsiloxanes and organophosphate esters in Canadian bird eggs.pdf | 1.09 MB
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Volatile Methylsiloxanes and Organophosphate Esters in the Eggs of European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) and Congeneric Gull Species from Locations across Canada Volatile Methylsiloxanes and Organophosphate Esters in the Eggs of European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) and Congeneric Gull Species from Locations across Canada Zhe Lu,† Pamela A. Martin,*,‡ Neil M. Burgess,§ Louise Ch
ECCC_WSTD_Metabolic microdomains in bacterial microcolonies.pdf | 3.57 MB
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Complex organic corona formation on carbon nanotubes reduces microbial toxicity by suppressing reactive oxygen species production Environmental Science Nano PAPER Cite this: Environ. Sci.: Nano, 2016, 3, 181 Received 23rd October 2015, Accepted 11th December 2015 DOI: 10.1039/c5en00229j rsc.li/es-nano Complex o
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Effects of emerging flame retardants in juvenile rainbow trout .pdf | 1,014.97 KB
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Effects of food-borne exposure of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) to emerging brominated flame retardants 1,2-bis(2,4,6-tribromophenoxy)ethane and 2-ethylhexyl-2,3,4,5-tetrabromobenzoate Aquatic Toxicology 186 (2017) 40–49 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Aquatic Toxicology journa l homepage
ECCC_WSTD_Duration of exposure impacts effects of triclosan on microbial communities.pdf | 3.45 MB
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Resilience and recovery: The effect of triclosan exposure timing during development, on the structure and function of river biofilm communities Aquatic Toxicology 161 (2015) 253–266 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Aquatic Toxicology j ourna l h
ECCC_STB_SRAD_Fate and Exposure Modeling in Regulatory Chemical Evaluation - New Directions from Retrospection.docx | 22.52 KB
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Fate and Exposure Modeling in Regulatory Chemical Evaluation: New Directions from Retrospection Mark A. Bonnella,[footnoteRef:1], Angelika Zidekb, Adam Griffiths b and Don Gutzmana [1: *Corresponding author at Environment and Climate Change Canada, 351 St. Joseph Blvd., Gatineau, Québec K1A 0H3. Tel: 819-938-5085 Fax: 819-938-5140. Email: mark.
ECCC_WSTD_Effects of carbon nanotubes on riverine microbial communities.pdf | 7.55 MB
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Effects of fullerene (C60), multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) and hydroxyl and carboxyl modified single wall carbon nanotubes on riverine microbial communities RESEARCH ARTICLE Effects of fullerene (C60), multi-wall ca
ECCC_SRAD_Age-dependent flame retardant accumulation in fish.pdf | 2.81 MB
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es7b02338 1..10 Halogenated Flame Retardants in Predator and Prey Fish From the Laurentian Great Lakes: Age-Dependent Accumulation and Trophic Transfer Guanyong Su,†,‡,§ Robert J. Letcher,*,†,§ Daryl J. McGoldrick,∥ and Sean M. Backus∥ †Ecotoxicology and Wildlife Health Division, Environment and Climate Change Canada, National Wildlife Research Centre, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3, C
ECCC_STB_WLSD_Effect of silver nano-particles on soil microbial communities.pdf | 912.44 KB
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Effect of silver nano-particles on soil microbial growth, activity and community diversity in a sandy loam soil cr il ub Biological Assessment and Standardization Section, Environment and Climate Change Canada, 335, River Road, Ottawa, K1V 1C7, Ontario, Canada a r t i c l e i n f o Article history:
ECCC_WSTD_Effects of antibiotics on biofilms - Wascana Creek.pdf | 1.78 MB
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Effects of erythromycin, trimethoprim and clindamycin on attached microbial communities from an effluent dominated prairie stream nd d J.R Received in revised form 25 May 2016 Accepted 26 May 2016 Antibiotics Pharmaceuticals Waste water Rivers Microbial communities Rotating annular reactors rics he s n
ECCC_SRAD_Organophosphate ester effects on growth and genes of zebrafish .pdf | 1.37 MB
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Time-dependent inhibitory effects of Tris(1, 3-dichloro-2-propyl) phosphate on growth and transcription of genes involved in the GH/IGF axis, but not the HPT axis, in female zebrafish is( o IGF axis, but not the HPT axis, in female zebrafish Letch h a, b, * a College
ECCC_WSTD_Formation of selenium nanoparticles in biofilms.pdf | 462.3 KB
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es5b04529 1..8 Multispecies Biofilms Transform Selenium Oxyanions into Elemental Selenium Particles: Studies Using Combined Synchrotron X‑ray Fluorescence Imaging and Scanning Transmission X‑ray Microscopy Soo In Yang,† Graham N. George,† John R. Lawrence,‡ Susan G. W. Kaminskyj,§ James J. Dynes,∥ Barry Lai,⊥ and Ingrid J. Pickering*,† †Department of Geological Sciences, and §Department of Biology, Univer
ECCC_WSTD_Organic coatings reduce toxicity of carbon nanomaterials.pdf | 3.57 MB
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Complex organic corona formation on carbon nanotubes reduces microbial toxicity by suppressing reactive oxygen species production Environmental Science Nano PAPER Cite this: Environ. Sci.: Nano, 2016, 3, 181 Received 23rd October 2015, Accepted 11th December 2015 DOI: 10.1039/c5en00229j rsc.li/es-nano Complex o
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Recommended approaches to the scientific evaluation of ecotoxicological hazards and risks of endocrine-active substances.pdf | 407.85 KB
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Recommended approaches to the scientific evaluation of ecotoxicological hazards and risks of endocrine-active substances Special Series Recommended Approaches to the Scientific Evaluation of Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management — Volume 13, Number 2—pp. 267–279 Received: 5 August 2016 | Revised: 12 September 2016 | Accepted: 28 November 2016 267 Inte * Address correspondence to
ECCC_WSTD_Ecotoxicological assessment inclusion of microorganisms .pdf | 811.96 KB
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Ecotoxicological assessment of antibiotics: A call for improved consideration of microorganisms Thomas Heberer g, John R. Lawrenc Yong-Guan Zhu l, Edward Topp m,⁎ a Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Universi b Sino Da
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Effects of benzotriazoles on aquatic invertebrates.pdf | 1.32 MB
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Spatial and temporal trends of alternative flame retardants and polybrominated diphenyl ethers in ringed seals (Phoca hispida) across the Canadian Arctic ve d M. Houde a, *, X. Wang b, S.H. Fer M. Kwan g, D.C.G. Muir b a Environment and Climate Change Canada, 105 McGill
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Nest-defense behaviors in fathead minnows after lifecycle exposure to the antidepressant venlafaxine.pdf | 1.01 MB
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Nest-defense behaviors in fathead minnows after lifecycle exposure to the antidepressant venlafaxine ow , Bur Article history: Received 18 July 2017 Received in revised form 8 November 2017 Accepted 11 November 2017 Keywords: Venlafaxine Fathead minnow a b s t r a c t et al., 2017), and was present at concentrations up to 0.362 mg/L (mean 0.16
ECCC_WSTD_STXM analyses of nanomaterials.pdf | 1.83 MB
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Soft X‐ray spectromicroscopy for speciation, quantitation and nano‐eco‐toxicology of nanomaterials Journal of Microscopy, Vol. 261, Issue 2 2016, pp. 130–147 doi: 10.1111/jmi.12156 Received 24 April 2014; accepted 21 June 2014 Soft X-ray spectromicroscopy for speciation, quantitation and nano-eco-toxicology of nanomaterials J .R . LAWRENCE ∗, G .D .W. SWERHO
ECCC_WSTD_Mechanisms of chlorhexidine tolerance in Delftia.pdf | 2.92 MB
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Published Ahead of Print 14 July 2014. 10.1128/AAC.02984-14. 2014, 58(10):5673. DOI:Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. Hitchcock and Darren R. Korber Tara Rema, John R. Lawrence, James J. Dynes, Adam P. acidovorans Biofilms of Chlorhexidine Tolerance in Delftia Microscopic and Spectroscopic Analyses http://aac.asm.org/content/58/10/5673 Updated information and services can be found at:
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Ionic and organic gadolinium toxicity.pdf | 1.85 MB
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Comparative study of the effects of gadolinium chloride and gadolinium - based magnetic resonance imaging contrast agent on freshwater mussel, Dreissena plymorpha the ag eiss cotte nment a �Mitochondrial and anti- 3 O1) and superoxide thione-S-transferase xicity were detected , a significant corre- ochondrial a
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Assessing the effects of the antidepressant venlafaxine to fathead minnows exposed to environmentally relevant concentrations over a full life cycle.pdf | 785.6 KB
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Assessing the effects of the antidepressant venlafaxine to fathead minnows exposed to environmentally relevant concentrations over a full life cycle an ele , Bur Received 29 March 2017 Received in revised form 2 June 2017 Accepted 4 June 2017 dence that venlafaxine and metabolites are not removed efficiently during wastewater treatment. In one Canad
ECCC_WSTD_Zn-nanoparticles cause stress response in bacteria.pdf | 2.06 MB
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ZnO Nanoparticles Impose a Panmetabolic Toxic Effect Along with Strong Necrosis, Inducing Activation of the Envelope Stress Response in Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis Sinisa Vidovic,a* Jeff Elder,a Prabhakara Medihala,a John R. Lawrence,c Bernardo Predicala,b,d Haixia Zhang,e Darren R. Korbera Department of Food and Bioproduct Sciences, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canadaa
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Uncertainties in biological responses that influence hazard and risk approaches to the regulation of endocrine active substances.pdf | 306.4 KB
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Uncertainties in biological responses that influence hazard and risk approaches to the regulation of endocrine active substances Special Series Uncertainties in Biological Responses that Influence Hazard and Risk Approaches to the Regulation of Endocrine Active Substances Jo Sa y z § k # y z § ED nt Ap e wo rs, wh ct an er eva Endocrine-disrupting substances (EDS)may have certain biological
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