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Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products
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SETAC scientists study the environmental effects of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (e.g., personal hygiene product and cosmetic).

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Journal Articles

Pharmaceutical research highlight: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry recently published articles

ET&C Original Article: pH‐Dependent uptake and sublethal effects of antihistamines in zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos

ET&C: First Published: 19 February 2019

ET&C Original Article: Advancing the Zebrafish embryo test for endocrine disruptor screening using micro‐injection: Ethinyl estradiol as a case study ET&C 38: 533-547

ET&C Original Article: Evaluation of the subtle effects and oxidative stress response of chloramphenicol, thiamphenicol, and florfenicol in Daphnia magna

ET&C 38: 575-584 | First Published: 20 December 2018

ET&C Critical Review: Pharmaceuticals in the environment—Global occurrences and perspectives ET&C 35: 823-835.

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ET&C Article: Contamination of surface, ground, and drinking water from pharmaceutical production ET&C 28: 2522-2527.

ET&C Article: Occurrence of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in fish: Results of a national pilot study in the United States.  ET&C 28: 2587-2597.

SETAC Books

Human Pharmaceuticals: Assessing the Impacts on Aquatic Ecosystems

 
Veterinary Medicines in the Environment