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  • Bioavailability of nanoscale metal oxides TiO(2), CeO(2), and ZnO to fish 

    Johnston, B.D.; Scown, Tessa M.; Moger, Julian; Cumberland, Susan A.; Baalousha, Mohamed; Linge, Kathryn; van Aerle, Ronny; Jarvis, Kym; Lead, Jamie R.; Tyler, Charles R. (American Chemical Society, 2010-02-01)
    Nanoparticles (NPs) are reported to be a potential environmental health hazard. For organisms living in the aquatic environment, there is uncertainty on exposure because of a lack of understanding and data regarding the ...
  • The consequences of feminization in breeding groups of wild fish. 

    Harris, CA; Hamilton, PB; Runnalls, TJ; Vinciotti, V; Henshaw, A; Hodgson, David J.; Coe, TS; Jobling, S; Tyler, Charles R.; Sumpter, John P. (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2011-03)
    The feminization of nature by endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) is a key environmental issue affecting both terrestrial and aquatic wildlife. A crucial and as yet unanswered question is whether EDCs have adverse impacts ...
  • Long-Term Exposure to Environmental Concentrations of the Pharmaceutical Ethynylestradiol Causes Reproductive Failure in Fish 

    Nash, Jon P.; Kime, David E.; Van der Ven, Leo T. M.; Wester, Piet W.; Brion, François; Maack, Gerd; Stahlschmidt-Allner, Petra; Tyler, Charles R. (2004-12)
    Heightened concern over endocrine-disrupting chemicals is driven by the hypothesis that they could reduce reproductive success and affect wildlife populations, but there is little evidence for this expectation. The ...
  • Sexual reprogramming and estrogenic sensitization in wild fish exposed to ethinylestradiol. 

    Lange, A; Paull, GC; Coe, TS; Katsu, Y; Urushitani, H; Iguchi, T; Tyler, Charles R. (American Chemical Society, 2009-02-15)
    Globally, feminization responses in wild male freshwater fish are caused by exposure to estrogenic chemicals, including natural and synthetic estrogens, contained in effluentsfromwastewater treatment works. In U.K. rivers, ...