Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products
SETAC scientists study the environmental effects of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (e.g., personal hygiene product and cosmetic).
- pH‐Dependent Uptake and Sublethal Effects of Antihistamines in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos ET&C 38: 1012–1022 (2019)
- Advancing the Zebrafish Embryo Test for Endocrine Disruptor Screening Using Micro‐Injection: Ethinyl Estradiol as a Case Study
ET&C 38: 533–547 (2019)
- Evaluation of the Subtle Effects and Oxidative Stress Response of Chloramphenicol, Thiamphenicol, and Florfenicol in Daphnia magna
ET&C 38: 575-584 (2019)
- Pharmaceuticals in the Environment—Global Occurrences and Perspectives
ET&C 35: 823–835 (2016)
- Contamination of Surface, Ground, and Drinking Water from Pharmaceutical Production
ET&C 28: 2522–2527 (2009)
- Occurrence of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Fish: Results of a National Pilot Study in the United States
ET&C 28: 2587-2597 (2009)
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