acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to

Overall, these data indicated that the acute toxic effects of DBP exposure on neonates were more pronounced than in adults, and oxidative injury may be the main mechanism of DBP toxicity. These results provide a functional link for lipid peroxidation, antioxidant capacity, and antioxidant enzyme levels in the Daphnia magna response to DBP exposure.

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to 1

Acute toxicity of 1-methyl-3-octylimidazolium bromide ([C(8)mim]Br) to goldfish at different developmental stages and responses of the antioxidant system in adult goldfish were evaluated in the present study. The results indicate that post-embryonic developmental toxicity of [C(8)mim]Br on goldfish is developmental-stage dependent.

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to 1

Acute toxicity of 1-methyl-3-octylimidazolium bromide ([C8mim]Br) to goldfish at different developmental stages and responses of the antioxidant system in adult goldfish were evaluated in the present study. The results indicate that post-embryonic developmental toxicity of [C8mim]Br on goldfish is developmental-stage dependent. The juvenile and larva goldfish are more sensitive to [C8mim]Br

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to

Howtocite this article Shen C, Wei J, Wang T, Wang Y. 2019. Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to dibutyl phthalate in neonate and adult Daphnia magna. PeerJ 7:e6584 DOI 10.7717/peerj.6584 Submitted 25 November 2018 Accepted 6 February 2019 Published 14 March 2019 Corresponding authors Jie Wei, [email protected]

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to

Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to dibutyl phthalate in neonate and adult Daphnia magna Chenchen Shen , Jie Wei , Tianyi Wang , Yuan Wang Key Laboratory of Hydrobiology in Liaoning Province, Dalian Ocean University , Dalian , China

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to dibutyl phthalate in neonate and adult Daphnia magna

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to dibutyl phthalate in neonate and adult Daphnia magna. Chenchen Shen Key Laboratory of Hydrobiology in Liaoning Province, Dalian Ocean University, Dalian, China.

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to 1

Acute toxicity of 1-methyl-3-octylimidazolium bromide ([C(8)mim]Br) to goldfish at different developmental stages and responses of the antioxidant system in adult goldfish were evaluated in the

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to

Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to dibutyl phthalate in neonate and adult Daphnia magna. Chenchen Shen Key Laboratory of Hydrobiology in Liaoning Province, Dalian Ocean University, Dalian, China.

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to 1

Acute toxicity of 1-methyl-3-octylimidazolium bromide ([C(8)mim]Br) to goldfish at different developmental stages and responses of the antioxidant system in adult goldfish were evaluated in the

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acute toxicity and antioxidant responses in the water flea

Acute toxicity and antioxidant responses in the water flea

The order of toxicity based on the EC50 values was as follows: Hg>4-NP>Cd>Pb>BPA. Gene expression patterns indicated that Cd and Pb increased the mRNA levels of the genes encoding three antioxidant enzymes upon exposure for 48 h. Mn-SOD and CAT mRNAs were sensitively modulated in response to Pb.

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acute toxicity, bioconcentration, elimination and antioxidant

Acute toxicity, bioconcentration, elimination and antioxidant

Antioxidant defense and metabolic systems were involved in the fluralaner-induced toxicity. Among them, the activities of CAT and CarE, and most mRNA expression level of CYPs showed fast response to the sub-lethal concentration of fluralaner, which could be used as a biomarker relevant to the toxicity.

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characterization and response of antioxidant systems in the

Characterization and response of antioxidant systems in the

The response of enzymatic (superoxide dismutase, SOD; catalase, CAT; glutathione peroxidase, GPX and glutathione reductase, GR) and non-enzymatic responses (glutathione, GSH, oxidized glutathione, GSSG and GSH/GSSG) against acute Cu toxicity (2-90 μg/mL for 48 h) in different tissues of Lymnaea stagnalis were measured.

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antioxidant defense system responses, lysosomal membrane

Antioxidant defense system responses, lysosomal membrane

Antioxidant defense system responses, lysosomal membrane stability and DNA damage in earthworms (Eisenia fetida) exposed to perfluorooctanoic acid: an integrated biomarker approach to evaluating toxicity Zhifeng Wang, *a Chaona Li,b Yuanyuan Shao,a Weina Xue,a Ning Wang,a Xiaoming Xua and Zhibin Zhanga

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acute effects of ammonia on antioxidative response and gill

Acute effects of ammonia on antioxidative response and gill

the observed lethal toxicity of NH 3 could be related to a gradual dysfunction of antioxidant systems and Naþ/Kþ ATPase activity leading to antioxidant system and osmoregulatory depression. The results will be helpful to aquaculture farmers in preventing depression of productivity caused by elevated NH 3.

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effects of acute ammonia stress on antioxidant responses

Effects of Acute Ammonia Stress on Antioxidant Responses

damage [17]. If the antioxidant response is insufficient to clear excessive level of stress-induced ROS, it will cause cellular damage, such as lipid peroxidation (LPO), tissue injury and DNA fragmentation [14,18,19]. There are numerous studies about antioxidant response in fish concerning acute and chronic ammonia toxicity [20–22].

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Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to

Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to dibutyl phthalate in neonate and adult Daphnia magna . By Chenchen Shen, Jie Wei, Tianyi Wang and Yuan Wang.

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response of antioxidant system of freshwater fish oreochromis

Response of antioxidant system of freshwater fish Oreochromis

Acute toxicity and responses of antioxidant systems to dibutyl phthalate in neonate and adult Daphnia magna. Shen C, Wei J, Wang T, Wang Y. PeerJ, 7:e6584, 14 Mar 2019 Cited by: 1 article | PMID: 30886775 | PMCID: PMC6421057. Free to read & use

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antioxidant, anti-inflammatory activities and acute toxicity

Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory activities and acute toxicity

antioxidants was effective in preventing or suppress-ing such diseases (Block et al, 1992; Singh & Downing, 1995). Phenolic components have been known to act as antioxidants not only because of their ability to donate RESEARCH ARTICLE Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory activities and acute toxicity of the polyherbal formulation: Romix®

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antioxidant defense system responses, lysosomal membrane

Antioxidant defense system responses, lysosomal membrane

Antioxidant defense system responses, lysosomal membrane stability and DNA damage in earthworms (Eisenia fetida) exposed to perfluorooctanoic acid: an integrated biomarker approach to evaluating toxicity Zhifeng Wang, *a Chaona Li,b Yuanyuan Shao,a Weina Xue,a Ning Wang,a Xiaoming Xua and Zhibin Zhanga

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antioxidant system responses of the coriander (coriandrum

ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEM RESPONSES OF THE CORIANDER (CORIANDRUM

ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEM RESPONSES OF THE CORIANDER (CORIANDRUM SATIVUM) PLANT TO CHROMIUM TOXICITY Ameera Amen Aytah, Dina Zein ElAbdin Abdel Kader1,Farida lafi Elharbi Biology department, Taibah University, Al Madinah Al Mounawarrah, KSA. ABSTRACT:The aim of this study was to compare the effect of different doses of

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effects of acute ammonia stress on antioxidant responses

Effects of Acute Ammonia Stress on Antioxidant Responses

damage [17]. If the antioxidant response is insufficient to clear excessive level of stress-induced ROS, it will cause cellular damage, such as lipid peroxidation (LPO), tissue injury and DNA fragmentation [14,18,19]. There are numerous studies about antioxidant response in fish concerning acute and chronic ammonia toxicity [20–22].

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antioxidant enzymes activity during acute toxicity of

ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES ACTIVITY DURING ACUTE TOXICITY OF

Metals acute toxicity assays: The 96-hr LC 50 and lethal concentrations were determined in static bioassay system. Metal’s toxicity concentration for each fish species were started from 0 and increased as 0.05 and 5 mg L-1 (as total concentration) for low and high metals concentrations, respectively. The fish were not fed during acute toxicity

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acute toxicity, antioxidant, and antifatigue activities of

Acute Toxicity, Antioxidant, and Antifatigue Activities of

The paper investigated the preparation, amino acid composition, acute toxicity, and <i>in vitro</i> and <i>in vivo</i> antioxidant, coupled with <i>in vivo</i> antifatigue activities of protein-rich extract of <i>Oviductus ranae</i> (PEOR). The results indicated that PEOR possesses high-safety property with maximum tolerated dose (MTD) higher than 20 g/kg in mice, shows weak scavenging

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