Publications des chercheurs
The Development and Implementation of Safer-by-Design Strategies for Nanomaterials through a High Throughput Screening Approach. Dans ECOBIM Le Havre 30(2016).
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).
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).
Nanomaterial Toxicity through a High Throughput Screening Approach on Mytilus edulis Hemocytes. Dans COST Enter final Meeting, 7 février . Aveiro Portugal.(2017).
The role of high-throughput screening in ecotoxicology and engineered nanomaterials. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 36 (7) 10.1002/etc.3811.(2017).
The Application of Ecotoxicological Tools to Safer-by-Design Strategies for Engineered Nanomaterials.. Dans SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting(2018).
Baseline levels of biochemical biomarkers in the endobenthic ragworm Hediste diversicolor as useful tools in biological monitoring of estuaries under anthropogenic pressure. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 129(2018).
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 the establishment of primary cultures of hemocytes from Mytilus edulis. Cytotechnology, 70 (4)(2018).
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).
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).