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2010 journal article

ENVIRONMENTAL OCCURRENCE AND REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL FLUOXETINE IN NATIVE FRESHWATER MUSSELS

ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 29(6), 1311–1318.

By: R. Bringolf*, R. Heltsley*, T. Newton*, C. Eads n, S. Fraley*, D. Shea n, W. Cope n

Contributors: R. Bringolf*, R. Heltsley*, T. Newton*, C. Eads n, S. Fraley*, D. Shea n, W. Cope n

author keywords: Unionidae; Pharmaceutical; Glochidia; Behavior; Prozac
MeSH headings : Animals; Bivalvia / drug effects; Bivalvia / growth & development; Female; Fluoxetine / analysis; Fluoxetine / pharmacokinetics; Fluoxetine / toxicity; Male; Reproduction / drug effects; Tissue Distribution; Water Pollutants, Chemical / analysis; Water Pollutants, Chemical / pharmacokinetics; Water Pollutants, Chemical / toxicity
TL;DR: The results suggest that fluoxetine accumulates in mussel tissue and has the potential to disrupt several aspects of reproduction in freshwater mussels, a faunal group recognized as one of the most imperiled in the world. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
6. Clean Water and Sanitation (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2005 journal article

Assessing organic contaminants in fish: Comparison of a nonlethal tissue sampling technique to mobile and stationary passive sampling devices

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 39(19), 7601–7608.

By: R. Heltsley*, W. Cope*, D. Shea*, R. Bringolf*, T. Kwak* & E. Malindzak*

Contributors: R. Heltsley*, W. Cope*, D. Shea*, R. Bringolf*, T. Kwak* & E. Malindzak*

MeSH headings : Adipose Tissue / chemistry; Animals; Body Burden; Catfishes / metabolism; Environmental Monitoring / instrumentation; Environmental Monitoring / methods; Environmental Monitoring / statistics & numerical data; Muscle, Skeletal / chemistry; North Carolina; Pesticides / analysis; Polychlorinated Biphenyls / analysis; Water Pollutants, Chemical / analysis
TL;DR: Investigation of two novel methods for estimating organic contaminants in fish demonstrated for the first time that organic contaminant concentrations in adipose fin were highly correlated with muscle fillet concentrations, indicating that the adipose fins of certain fishes may be used to accurately estimate tissue concentrations without the need for lethal sampling. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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