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Ecotoxicological equilibria of triclosan inMicrotox, XenoScreen YES/YAS, Caco2, HEPG2 and liposomal systems are affected by the occurrence of other pharmaceutical and personal care emerging contaminants


Contaminants of emerging concernmay be considered as any chemicals or factorswhose unintended continuous release and persistence in the environmentmay lead to any observable undesirable response of living beings. Still not much is known on reciprocal toxicological impact of given chemicals when present in binary or more complex mixtures. In thiswork, an attemptwas thus undertaken to study the impact of butylparaben,methylparaben and diclofenac on toxicological behavior and properties of triclosan (at varying concentration levels)with respect to Microtox, XenoScreen YES/YAS, Caco-2, HEPG2, and liposomal systems.


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Oliver M., Kudłak B., Wieczerzak M., Reis S., Lima S., Segundo M., Miro M.: Ecotoxicological equilibria of triclosan inMicrotox, XenoScreen YES/YAS, Caco2, HEPG2 and liposomal systems are affected by the occurrence of other pharmaceutical and personal care emerging contaminants// SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT -Vol. 719, (2020), s.137358-
Digital Object Identifier (open in new tab) 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.137358
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