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In vitro characterization of the effectiveness of enhanced sewage treatment processes to eliminate endocrine activity of hospital effluents \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Maletz, S. \ Floehr, T. \ Beier, S. \ Klümper, C. \ Brouwer, A. \ Behnisch, P. \ Higley, E. \ Giesy, J.P. \ Hecker, M. \ Gebhardt, W. \ Linnemann, V. \ Pinnekamp, J. \ Hollert, H. \ 2013
The present study was part of a proof of concept study at a medium sized country hospital in western Germany that investigated efficiency of advanced treatment processes to remove toxic potencies from sewage. The objective of this study was to determ ...
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Tools to detect estrogenic activity in environmental waters [Boek]
Leusch, F.D.L. \ 2008
De mogelijke aanwezigheid van oestrogene stoffen in het water is een belangrijke zaak in het afvalwaterbeheer geworden. In de afgelopen jaren is een reeks van bioassays voor de screening van de oestrogene activiteit in water beschikbaar gekomen. Dit ...
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Impact of acidification and eutrophication on macrophyte communites in soft waters. 2. Experimental studies \ Aquatic botany : an international scientific journal dealing with applied and fundamental research on submerged, floating and emergent plants in marine and freshwater ecosystems [Artikel]
Roelofs, J.G.M. \ Schuurkes, J.A.A.R. \ Smits, A.J.M. \ 1984
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Hormoonontregelaars in water opsporen met biologische effectmetingen \ H twee O : tijdschrift voor watervoorziening en afvalwaterbehandeling [Artikel]
Murk, A.J. \ Belfroid, A.C. \ Vethaak, A.D. \ 2000
Uitleg over de pricipes van verschillende in-vitro testen gebruikt voor het bepalen van de oestrogene potentie van monsters oppervlaktewater en afvalwater, en enige resultaten voor verschillende locaties in Nederland
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