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Residential green space in association with the methylation status in a CpG site within the promoter region of the placental serotonin receptor HTR2A

these associations are already evident during foetal development. Similar biological signals shape the developmental processes in the foetal brain and placenta.Therefore, we hypothesize that green space ...

Large diversity of linezolid-resistant isolates discovered in food-producing animals through linezolid selective monitoring in Belgium in 2019.

human isolates, posing a human health risk. CONCLUSIONS: LR dedicated monitoring with WGS analysis could help to better understand the spread of LR. Cross-selection of LR transferable genes through other ...

Tree pollen allergy risks and changes across scenarios in urban green spaces in Brussels, Belgium

Urban Planning, Volume 207 (2021) Keywords: Allergenic trees Allergy risk scenarios Climate change Index of allergenicity pollen allergy risk Urban green areas Urban parks Abstract: Urban green spaces may ...

Child buccal telomere length and mitochondrial DNA content as biomolecular markers of ageing in association with air pollution

Saenen, Nelly Source: Environment International, Volume 147 (2021) Keywords: Ageing air pollution Biological Biomarkers CHILDREN Health Topics:  Gezondheid en milieu Health and environment Santé et ...

Ecotoxicity profile of heavily contaminated surface water of two rivers in Tunisia

areas. Combining chemical and biological approaches, allowed the detection of water ecotoxicity in testing organisms and the identification of possible contributors to the toxicity observed in these ...

Development of an NGS-Based Workflow for Improved Monitoring of Circulating Plasmids in Support of Risk Assessment of Antimicrobial Resistance Gene Dissemination.

a strategy including wet and dry lab parameters that allows accurate plasmid reconstruction, which will contribute to an improved monitoring of circulating plasmids and the assessment of their risk ...

Agglomeration of titanium dioxide nanoparticles increases toxicological responses in vitro and in vivo

Dominique Lison; Peter H. Hoet; Sybille van den Brule Source: Particle and Fibre Toxicology (2020) Keywords: Agglomerates Biological responses nanomaterials titanium dioxide toxicity Abstract: Background: The ...

Detection of toxins involved in foodborne diseases caused by Gram‐positive bacteria

toxicological mode of action and dose‐response profile. This review focuses on biological, immunological, mass spectrometry, and molecular assays as the most commonly used detection and quantification methods for ...

Biological effects of radiofrequency fields: Testing a paradigm shift in dosimetry

Specific absorption rate Abstract: Biological effects have been reproducibly reported in rodents exposed to radiofrequency fields (RF) without significant change of the body temperature. These observations ...

Biological monitoring of exposure to pesticide residues among Belgian florists

Volume 26, Issue 3 (2020) Keywords: biological monitoring florists Pesticide residues Risk Assessment Abstract: Many pesticides applied in cut flowers can be readily absorbed through the skin of florists ...

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