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2010

Blinova, I., Ivask, A., Heinlaan, M., Mortimer, M., and Kahru, A. (2010) Ecotoxicity of nanoparticles of CuO and ZnO in natural water, Environmental Pollution 158, 41-47.

 

Bondarenko, O., Rahman, P. K. S. M., Rahman, T. J., Kahru, A., and Ivask, A. (2010) Effects of Rhamnolipids from Pseudomonas aeruginosa DS10-129 on Luminescent Bacteria: Toxicity and Modulation of Cadmium Bioavailability, Microbial Ecology 59, 588-600.

 

Ivask, A., Bondarenko, O., Jepihhina, N., and Kahru, A. (2010) Profiling of the reactive oxygen species-related ecotoxicity of CuO, ZnO, TiO2, silver and fullerene nanoparticles using a set of recombinant luminescent Escherichia coli strains: differentiating the impact of particles and solubilised metals, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 398, 701-716.

 

Järvik, O., Kamenev, S., Kasemets, K., and Kamenev, I. (2010) Effect of Ozone on Viability of Activated Sludge Detected by Oxygen Uptake Rate (OUR) and Adenosine-5′-triphosphate (ATP) Measurement, Ozone-Science & Engineering 32, 408-416.

 

Kahru, A., and Dubourguier, H.-C. (2010) From ecotoxicology to nanoecotoxicology, Toxicology 269, 105-119.

 

Kahru, A., and Savolainen, K. (2010) Potential hazard of nanoparticles: From properties to biological and environmental effects, Toxicology 269, 89-91.

 

Kahru, A., and Lippmaa, E.(2010) Nanode ilu ja valu. Horisont 3, 8-14.

 

Mortimer, M., Kasemets, K., and Kahru, A. (2010) Toxicity of ZnO and CuO nanoparticles to ciliated protozoa Tetrahymena thermophila, Toxicology 269, 182-189.

 

Sihtmäe, M., Blinova, I., Aruoja, V., Dubourguier, H.-C., Legrand, N., and Kahru, A. (2010) E-SovTox: An Online Database of the Main Publicly-available Sources of Toxicity Data Concerning REACH-relevant Chemicals Published in the Russian Language, Atla-Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 38, 297-301.
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Sihtmäe, M., Mortimer, M., Kahru, A., and Blinova, I. (2010) Toxicity of five anilines to crustaceans, protozoa and bacteria, Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society 75, 1291-1302.
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Aruoja, V., Sihtmäe, M., Kahru, A., and Dubourguier, H. C. (2010) Toxicity of 66 substituted anilines and phenols to bacteria Aliivibrio fischeri and algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: Effect of chemical structure, Toxicology Letters 196, S124-S125.

 

Bondarenko, O., Ivask, A., Jepihhina, N., and Kahru, A. (2010) Profiling of oxidative damage potential of CuO, ZnO and Ag nanoparticles using recombinant luminescent bacterial sensors and superoxide dismutase defective strains, Toxicology Letters 196, S274-S274.

 

Heinlaan, M., Dubourguier, H. C., Arbeille, B., Prensier, G., and Kahru, A. (2010) Electron microscopy of daphnia magna midgut epithelium upon acute exposure to CuO nanoparticles: Toxic effect of Cu-ions confirmed?, Toxicology Letters 196, S286-S286.

 

Kahru, A. (2010) Toxicological research in Estonia, Toxicology Letters 196, S351-S351.

 

Kahru, A., Ivask, A., Kasemets, K., Blinova, I., Mortimer, M., Bondarenko, O., Heinlaan, M., and Aruoja, V. (2010). High-to-medium-throughput evaluation of the ecotoxicity and toxicological profiling of synthetic nanoparticles. In: Alternatives to Animal Experimentation (ALTEX): Linz 2010 – EUSAAT 2010 – ESTIV 2010, September 2-4, Linz, Austria, (27; Suppl. 2/10), 64.

 

Kahru, A., Sihtmäe, M., and Blinova, I. (2010). A web-based database on main publicly available sources of toxicity data published in Russian language: contribution to REACH and 3Rs. In: Alternatives to Animal Experimentation (ALTEX): Linz 2010 – EUSAAT 2010 – ESTIV 2010,  September 2-4, Linz, Austria, (27; Suppl. 2/10), 63 – 64.

 

Sihtmäe, M., Blinova, I., Aruoja, V., and Kahru, A. (2010). Toxicological information on REACH-relevant chemicals published in Russian language. In: Alternatives to Animal Experimentation (ALTEX): Linz 2010 – EUSAAT 2010 – ESTIV 2010,  September 2-4, Linz, Austria, (27; Suppl. 2/10), 125.