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Application of Biomarkers to Predict Responses of Organisms Exposed to Contaminated Marine Sediments.
Application of the DNA Alkaline Unwinding Assay to Detect DNA Strand Breaks in Marine Bivalves.
Comparative Evaluation of Three Rapid Marine Toxicity Tests: Sea Urchin Early Embryo Growth Test, Sea Urchin Sperm Cell Toxicity Test and Microtox.
DNA Adduct Research with Capillary Electrophoresis.
Effects of Environmental Factors on Radiocadmium Uptake by Four Species of Marine Bivalves.
Identification of Deoxynucleoside; Polyaromatic Hydrocarbon Adducts by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis; Continuous Flow-Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spectrometry.
Improved Sea Urchin DNA-Based Embryo Growth Toxicity Test.
Rapid Aquatic Toxicity Assay Using Incorporation of Tritiated-Thymidine into Sea Urchin, 'Arbacia punctulata', Embryo: Evaluation of Toxicant Exposure Procedures.
Rapid Aquatic Toxicity Assay Utilizing Labeled Thymidine Incorporation in Sea Urchin Embryos.
Separation and Detection of a Benzo(a)pyrene Deoxyguanosy-5-monophosphate Adduct by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis.
Use of an Inert Radioactive Particle for Measuring Particle Accumulation by Filter-Feeding Bivalve Molluscs.
Using the DNA Alkaline Unwinding Assay to Detect DNA Damage in Laboratory and Environmentally Exposed Cells and Tissues.
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