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Could uptake and acropetal translocation of PBDEs by corn be enhanced following Cu exposure? Evidence from a root damage experiment.

S. Wang, Y. Wang, C. Luo, L. Jiang, M. Song, D. Zhang, Y. Wang and G. Zhang

Markers of oxidative damage of nucleic acids and proteins among workers exposed to TiO2 (nano) particles.

D. Pelclova, V. Zdimal, Z. Fenclova, S. Vlckova, F. Turci, I. Corazzari, P. Kacer, J. Schwarz, N. Zikova, K. Syslova, M. Komarc, J. Belacek, T. Navratil and et al.

Biodistribution and toxicity of spherical aluminum oxide nanoparticles.

E. J. Park, G. H. Lee, C. Yoon, U. Jeong, Y. Kim, M. H. Cho and D. W. Kim

Enhanced bioconcentration of bisphenol A in the presence of nano-TiO2 can lead to adverse reproductive outcomes in zebrafish.

Q. Fang, Q. Shi, Y. Guo, J. Hua, X. Wang and B. Zhou

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