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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

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Influence of the gut microbiome on plasma metabolite patterns [PhD thesis]
Behr, Christina \ 2019
Effect-based in vitro bioassays for lipophilic marine biotoxins: a new strategy to replace the mouse bioassay [PhD thesis]
Bodero, Marcia \ 2019
Phthalates mixtures in bottled water in Iran: human health risk assessment using direct and indirect exposure assessment [PhD thesis]
Zare Jeddi, Maryam \ 2018
Novel insights in the molecular mechanisms of action of retinoids and their potential repercussions on breast cancer cell proliferation [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-06-19
Miro Estruch, Ignacio \ 2018
Alternative developmental toxicity models for assessing the in vivo embryotoxicity of azoles [PhD thesis]
Dimopoulou, Myrto \ 2018
Use of physiologically based kinetic modelling facilitated read-across in risk assessment of botanical food-borne alkenylbenzenes [PhD thesis]
Al-Malahmeh, Amer \ 2017
Mode of action based risk assessment of the botanical food-borne alkenylbenzenesapiol and myristicin [PhD thesis]
Alajlouni, Abdalmajeed Mahmoud \ 2017
Integrated strategy for the assessment of kidney toxicity : the case of aristolochic acids [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-03-24
Abdullah, Rozaini binti \ 2017
animal testing alternatives - in vitro - toxicity - models - risk assessment - toxins - carboxylic acids
Physiologically based kinetic modelling based prediction of oral systemic bioavailability of flavonoids, their metabolites, and their biological effects [PhD thesis]
Boonpawa, Rungnapa \ 2017
flavonoids - bioavailability - modeling - metabolites - quercetin - physiology - hesperidin
Novel targets for the development of drugs for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus [PhD thesis]
Sotiriou, Alexandros \ 2016
diabetes mellitus - metabolic disorders - new drugs - drug development - insulin
In vitro assays for hazard identification of nanoparticles [PhD thesis]
Kloet, Samantha K. \ 2016
nanotechnology - particles - in vitro - models - hazards - toxicity - toxicokinetics
An in vitro -- in vivo integrated approach for hazard and risk assessment of silver nanoparticles for soil organisms [PhD thesis]
Makama, Sunday Linus \ 2016
particles - nanotechnology - toxicity - earthworms - gene expression - soil - coatings
The influence of phase II conjugation on the biological activity of flavonoids [PhD thesis]
Beekmann, Karsten \ 2016
flavonoids - biological activity - in vitro - biosynthesis - peroxisomes - microarrays - daidzein - genistein - oestrogen receptors - isoflavones - quercetin - kaempferol - serine proteinases - threonine
Dermal absorption and toxicological risk assessment: pitfalls and promises [PhD thesis]
Buist, Harrie \ 2016
skin - absorption - permeability - in vitro - experiments - exposure assessment - risk assessment - toxicology - biocides - rodenticides - preservatives - disinfection
Replacing animal experiments in developmental toxicity testing of phenols by combining in vitro assays with physiologically based kinetic (PBK) modelling [PhD thesis]
Strikwold, Marije \ 2016
animal experiments - animal testing alternatives - toxicity - testing - phenols - in vitro - embryonic stem cells - tissues - cells - dosage - toxicology - animal health
Alternative testing strategies for predicting developmental toxicity of antifungal compounds [PhD thesis]
Li, Hequn \ 2016
toxicity - fetal development - transfer - infant development - adolescent development - child development - pregnancy - in vivo experimentation - modeling - placenta - in vitro - risk assessment - tebuconazole - conazole fungicides - antifungal agents - alternative methods
Impact of the water matrix on the effect and the side effect of MP UV/H2O2 treatment for the removal of organic micropollutants in drinking water production [PhD thesis]
Martijn, Abraham Jan \ 2015
water treatment - pollutants - toxins - pretreatment - drinking water - pressure treatment - ultraviolet radiation - hydrogen peroxide - effects
Improvement of risk assessment by integrating toxicological and epidemiological approaches: the case of isoflavones [PhD thesis]
Islam, M.A. \ 2015
isoflavones - glucosides - soyabeans - toxic substances - bioavailability - biomarkers - human nutrition research - risk-benefit analysis - gene expression
Innovative mode of action based in vitro assays for detection of marine neurotoxins [PhD thesis]
Nicolas, J. \ 2015
fish toxins - fish consumption - neurotoxins - food safety - food contamination - animal testing alternatives - food analysis
Thyroid in a jar: towards an integrated in vitro testing strategy for thyroid-active compounds [PhD thesis]
Jomaa, B. \ 2015
thyroid diseases - thyroid hormones - endocrine disruptors - in vitro - assays - cell growth
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