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The Application of Ecotoxicological Tools to Safer-by-Design Strategies for Engineered Nanomaterials.. Dans SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting(2018).
Environmental health assessment of the Seine estuary using a battery of indicators at different levels of biological organization. Dans SETAC Europe 26th Annual Meeting(2016).
Grouping of nanomaterials as a previous step for safe by design, registration, and risk assessment: an approach based on ecotoxicity data in H2020 project NanoReg2. Dans Iberoamerican Congress of Environmental Pollution and Toxicology(2018).
Integrated Safety Assessment in Safe-by-design. An industrial case study.. Dans BIT's 8th Annual Congress of NanoScience and Technology(2018).
Investigating a transcriptomic approach on marine mussel hemocytes exposed to carbon nanofibers: An in vitro/in vivo comparison. Aquatic Toxicology , 207 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2018.11.020.(2019).
Investigating the establishment of primary cultures of hemocytes from Mytilus edulis. Cytotechnology, 70 (4)(2018).
Nanomaterial Toxicity through a High Throughput Screening Approach on Mytilus edulis Hemocytes. Dans COST Enter final Meeting, 7 février . Aveiro Portugal.(2017).
Nanomaterial Toxicity through a High Throughput Screening Approach on Mytilus edulis Hemocytes. 7th SETAC World Congress. Dans SETAC North America 37th Annual Meeting(2016).
A novel methodology for the determination of biomarker baseline levels in the marine polychaete Hediste diversicolor. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 108(2016).
The role of high-throughput screening in ecotoxicology and engineered nanomaterials. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 36 (7) 10.1002/etc.3811.(2017).
Towards the development of a high throughput screening approach for Mytilus edulis hemocytes: A case study on silicon-based nanomaterials.. Marine Environmental Research , 142(2018).
Transcriptomic approach: a promising tool for rapid screening Nanomaterial-mediated toxicity in the marine bivalve Mytilus edulis –Application to copper oxide nanoparticles. Comparative Biochemistry Physiology Part C Toxicology Pharmacology, 205(2018).