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Kevin Bishop SLU Aquatic pollution, Environmental chemistry, Developing countries network, More
Katja Broeg Stockholm university Aquatic pollution, 3R-toxicology, More
Magnus Engwall Örebro university Air pollution, Analytical toxicology, Androgen receptor, Aquatic pollution, Bioactivation, Bioanalysis, Biomarkers, Brominated chemicals, Cell toxicology, Cellular mechanisms, Cytotoxicity, Developmental toxicology, Diesel particle toxicity, Ecotoxicology, Education, Endocrine disruptive chemicals (EDCs), Environmental chemistry, Epigenetic changes in cell culture, Fish toxicology, Genotoxicity, Hepatocytes, Human exposure, In vitro models, Mass spectrometry, Mechanisms of toxicity, Metabolomics, Metals toxicology, Mixtures toxicology, Organic environmental chemistry, Oxidative stress, Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), Phototoxicology, Polymer toxicology, Polymers in the environment, Screening, Stress responses, Water quality, Workplace exposure, Workplace toxicology, Zebrafish, Zebrafish embryos, 3R-toxicology, More
Joachim Sturve Gothenburg University Aquatic pollution, Ecotoxicology in developing countries, Education, Environmental chemistry, 3R-toxicology, Developing countries network, More
Natàlia Corcoll Gothenburg University Aquatic pollution, Cell toxicology, Cytotoxicity, Ecotoxicology, Environmental exposure analysis, Genotoxicity, Mixtures toxicology, OMICs techniques, Pesticides, 3R-toxicology, More
Lutz Ahrens SLU Aquatic pollution, Environmental chemistry, Environmental trace analysis, Flame retardants, Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), Developing countries network, More

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