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Low concentrations of dibromoacetic acid and N-nitrosodimethylamine induce several stimulatory effects in the invertebrate model Caenorhabditis elegans

2015

Baberschke, Nora | Christian E.W. SteinbergauthorHumboldt-Universitt zu Berlin, Department of Biology, Freshwater and Stress Ecology, Spthstr. 80/81, 12437 Berlin, Germany | Nadine SaulauthorHumboldt-Universitt zu Berlin, Department of Biology, Freshwater and Stress Ecology, Spthstr. 80/81, 12437 Berlin, Germany


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Anthropogenic activities; Dibromoacetic acid; N-nitrosodimethylamine; Antioxidant activity; Life history traits; Down-regulation; Stress response; Stress tolerance; Endocrine-disrupting chemicals; Stimulatory effects
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English
Type
Text; Journal Article

2016-11-15
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