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2012Additional treatment of wastewater reduces endocrine disruption in wild fish-A comparative study of tertiary and advanced treatmentsBaynes, A; Green, C; Nicol, E; Beresford, N; Kanda, R; Henshaw, A; Churchley, J; Jobling, S
2013Assessing the exposure risk and impacts of pharmaceuticals in the environment on individuals and ecosystemsArnold, KE; Boxall, AB; Brown, AR; Cuthbert, RJ; Gaw, S; Hutchinson, TH; Jobling, S; Madden, JC; Metcalfe, CD; Naidoo, V; Shore, RF; Smits, JE; Taggart, MA; Thompson, HM
2014Assessing the roles of anti-androgenic and oestrogenic mixtures on endocrine disruption in fishGreen, Christopher
2005Assessing the Sensitivity of Different Life Stages for Sexual Disruption in Roach (Rutilus rutilus) Exposed to Effluents from Wastewater Treatment WorksLiney, KE; Jobling, S; Shears, JA; Simpson, P; Tyler, CR
2015Bioavailability of organic contaminants in riversOnogbosele, Cyril Oziegbe
2006COMPRENDO: Focus and approachSchulte-Oehlmann, U; Albanis, T; Allera, A; Bachmann, J; Berntsson, P; Beresford, NA; Carnevali, DC; Ciceri, F; Dagnac, T; Falandysz, J; Galassi, S; Hala, D; Janer, G; Jeannot, R; Jobling, S; King, I; Klingm├╝ller, D; Kloas, W; Kusk, KO; Levada, R; Lo, S; Lutz, I; Oehlmann, J; Oredsson, S; Porte, C; Rand-Weaver, M; Sakkas, M; Sakkas, V; Sugni, M; Tyler, C; van Aerle, R; van Ballegoy, C; Wollenberger, L
2011The consequences of feminization in breeding groups of wild fishHarris, CA; Hamilton, PB; Runnalls, TJ; Vinciotti, V; Henshaw, A; Hodgson, D; Coe, TS; Jobling, S; Tyler, CR; Sumpter, JP
2004Endocrine disruption in juvenile roach from English rivers: A preliminary studyBeresford, NA; Jobling, S; Williams, R; Sumpter, JP
2015Environmental concentrations of anti-androgenic pharmaceuticals do not impact sexual disruption in fish alone or in combination with steroid oestrogensGreen, C; Brian, J; Kanda, R; Scholze, M; Williams, R; Jobling, S
1997Estrogenic activity in five United Kingdom rivers detected by measurement of vitellogenesis in caged male troutHarries, JE; Sheahan, DA; Jobling, S; Matthiessen, P; Neall, P; Sumpter, JP; Tylor, T; Zaman, N
2011Estrogenic activity of tropical fish food can alter baseline vitellogenin concentrations in male fathead minnow (Pimephales Promelas)Beresford, NA; Brian, JV; Runnalls, TJ; Sumpter, JP; Jobling, S
1999Estrogenic potency of effluent from two sewage treatment works in the United KingdomHarries, JE; Janbakhsh, A; Jobling, S; Matthiessen, P; Sumpter, JP; Tyler, CR
2009Exposure to treated sewage effluent disrupts reproduction in the seasonally breeding ramshorn snail (sub-class: Pulmonata, Planorbarius corneus)Clarke, N; Routledge, EJ; Garner, A; Casey, D; Benstead, RS; Walker, D; Watermann, B; Gnass, K; Thomsen, A; Jobling, S
1995Gestational and lactational exposure of rats to xenoestrogens results in reduced testicular size and sperm productionSharpe, RM; Fisher, JS; Millar, MM; Jobling, S; Sumpter, JP
2005Health effects in fish of long-term exposure to effluents from wastewater treatment worksThorpe, KL; Gross-Sorokin, M; Johnson, I; Brighty, G; Tyler, CR; Jobling, S
2006Health effects in fish of long-term exposure to effluents from wastewater treatment worksLiney, KE; Hagger, JA; Tyler, CR; Depledge, MH; Galloway, TS; Jobling, S
2013The impact of endocrine disruption: A consensus statement on the state of the scienceBergman, A; Heindel, JJ; Kasten, T; Kidd, KA; Jobling, S; Neira, M; Zoeller, RT; Becher, G; Bjerregaard, P; Bornman, R; Brandt, I; Kortenkamp, A; Muir, D; Drisse, M-NB; Ochieng, R; Skakkebaek, NE; Bylehn, AS; Iguchi, T; Toppari, J; Woodruff, TJ
1996Inhibition of testicular growth in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) exposed to estrogenic alkylphenolic chemicalsJobling, S; Sheahan, D; Osborne, JA; Matthiessen, P; Sumpter, JP
2014An integrated multidisciplinary approach to study the effects of copper and osmotic stress in fishDe Polo, Anna
2006Introduction: The ecological relevance of chemically induced endocrine disruption in wildlifeJobling, S; Tyler, CR