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2005Health effects in fish of long-term exposure to effluents from wastewater treatment worksThorpe, KL; Gross-Sorokin, M; Johnson, I; Brighty, G; Tyler, CR, et al
2006Health effects in fish of long-term exposure to effluents from wastewater treatment worksLiney, KE; Hagger, JA; Tyler, CR; Depledge, MH; Galloway, TS, et al
2013The impact of endocrine disruption: A consensus statement on the state of the scienceBergman, A; Heindel, JJ; Kasten, T; Kidd, KA; Jobling, S, et al
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 fishScrimshaw, M; Jobling, S; De Polo, Anna
2006Introduction: The ecological relevance of chemically induced endocrine disruption in wildlifeJobling, S; Tyler, CR
2005Is There a Causal Association between Genotoxicity and the Imposex Effect?Hagger, JA; Depledge, MH; Oehlmann, J; Jobling, S; Galloway, TS
2013No substantial changes in estrogen receptor and estrogen-related receptor orthologue gene transcription in Marisa cornuarietis exposed to estrogenic chemicalsBeresford, N; Granger, DW; Pounds, NA; Rand-Weaver, M; White, R, et al
2005Predicted exposures to steroid estrogens in U.K. rivers correlate with widespread sexual disruption in wild fish populationsJobling, S; Williams, R; Johnson, A; Taylor, A; Gross-Sorokin, M, et al
2006Predicted exposures to steroid estrogens in UK rivers correlate with widespread sexual disruption in wild fish populationsJobling, S; Williams, R; Johnson, A; Taylor, A; Gross-Sorokin, M, et al
2009Reproductive effects in two species of native freshwater gastropod mollusc exposed to 17β-oestradiol or an environmentally relevant mixture of oestrogenic chemicals in outdoor mesocosmsRoutledge, E; Jobling, S; Baynes, Alice Louise
2013Science and policy on endocrine disrupters must not be mixed: a reply to a "common sense" intervention by toxicology journal editorsBergman, A; Andersson, A-M; Becher, G; van den Berg, M; Blumberg, B, et al
2009Seasonal effects of treated sewage effluents upon the reproduction and development of European freshwater molluscsJobling, S; Routledge, E; Clarke, Neil
2001Sexual disruption in a second species of wild cyprinid fish (gudgeon, Gobio gobio)in United Kingdom freshwatersAerle, RV; Nolan, M; Jobling, S; Christiansen, LB; Sumpter, JP, et al
2009Statistical modeling suggests that antiandrogens in effluents from wastewater treatment works contribute to widespread sexual disruption in fish living in English riversJobling, S; Burn, RW; Thorpe, K; Williams, R; Tyler, C
2009Validation of a method for measuring sperm quality and quantity in reproductive toxicity tests with pair-breeding male fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas)Hala, D; Van Look, K; Holt, WV; Jobling, S
1995A variety of environmentally persistent chemicals, including some phthalate plasticizers, are weakly estrogenicJobling, S; Reynolds, T; White, R; Parker, MG; Sumpter, JP
1995Vitellogenesis as a biomarker for estrogenic contamination of the aquatic environmentSumpter, JP; Jobling, S
2009Why public health agencies cannot depend on good laboratory practices as a criterion for selecting data: The case of Bisphenol AMyers, JP; Vom Saal, FS; Akingbemi, BT; Arizono, K; Belcher, S, et al