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Browse by Exposure: Organotin Compounds (6 articles)

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Halldorsson HP, Svavarsson J, Granmo A
The effect of pollution on scope for growth of the mussel (Mytilus edulis L.) in Iceland.
Marine Environmental Research. 59(1):47-64, 2005 Feb.
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Fernandez MA, de Luca Rebello Wagener A, Limaverde AM, Scofield AL, Pinheiro FM, Rodrigues E
Imposex and surface sediment speciation: a combined approach to evaluate organotin contamination in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Marine Environmental Research. 59(5):435-52, 2005 Jun.
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Horiguchi T, Li Z, Uno S, Shimizu M, Shiraishi H, Morita M, Thompson JA, Levings CD
Contamination of organotin compounds and imposex in molluscs from Vancouver, Canada.
Marine Environmental Research. 57(1-2):75-88, 2004 Feb-Mar.
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Bech M
Imposex and tributyltin contamination as a consequence of the establishment of a marina, and increasing yachting activities at Phuket Island, Thailand.
Environ Pollut 2002;117(3):421-9.
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Kajiwara N, Niimi S, Watanabe M, Ito Y, Takahashi S, Tanabe S, Khuraskin LS, Miyazaki N
Organochlorine and organotin compounds in Caspian seals (Phoca caspica) collected during an unusual mortality event in the Caspian Sea in 2000.
Environ Pollut 2002;117(3):391-402.
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Morcillo Y, Porte C
Evidence of endocrine disruption in the imposex-affected gastropod Bolinus brandaris.
Environ Res 1999 Nov;81(4):349-54.
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