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Nonylphenol
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    • Nonylphenol (4-NP) is an endocrine disrupting substance (EDS) capable of mimicking the action of 17-estradiol (E2). It has been hypothesized that 4-NP in a pesticide formulation is linked to historical declines in Canadian Atlantic salmon ( Salmo salar L.) populations, with effects being related to exposure during parr-smolt transformation (PST)...

    J. T. M. Arsenaultet al. Effects of water-borne 4-nonylphenol and 17β-estradiol exposures durin...

    • Nonylphenol (NP) is an estrogenic pollutant which is widely present in the aquatic environment. Biodegradation of NP can reduce the toxicological risk. In this study, aerobic biodegradation of NP in river sediment was investigated. The sediment used for the microcosm experiments was aged polluted with NP. The biodegradation of NP in the sediment occurred within 8 days with a lag phase of 2 days at 30°C. During the biodegradation, nitro-nonylphenol metabolites were formed, which were further degraded to unknown compounds. The attached nitro-group originated from the ammonium in the medium...

    Jasperien De Weertet al. Aerobic nonylphenol degradation and nitro-nonylphenol formation by mic...

    • Nonylphenol (NP) is an endocrine disruptor present as a pollutant in river sediment...

    Jasperien P. A. De Weertet al. Degradation of 4- n -nonylphenol under nitrate reducing conditions

    • Nonylphenol is a metabolic intermediate from the microbial transformation of detergents used worldwide. While nonylphenol shows some acute toxicity, it is also able to mimic important hormones resulting in the disruption of several processes by interfering with the signals that control the overall physiology of the organism. This work perform a critical reviews on the origin, environmental fate, microbial transformation, ecosystems impact and endocrine disruption capacity of nonylphenol...

    R. VAZQUEZ-DUHALTet al. NONYLPHENOL, AN INTEGRATED VISION OF A POLLUTANT. SCIENTIFIC REVIEW

    • Nonylphenol (NP) is an important intermediate in the production of various commercial and industrial materials, but is also known as a ubiquitous pollutant in urban aquatic environments. Recently, it has been shown that NP has a certain estrogenic activity...

    Katsuhiko Fujiiet al. Nonylphenol-degrading Microbe

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