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2008Evidence of temperature-dependent effects on the estrogenic response of fish: implications with regard to climate changeBrian, JV; Harris, CA; Runnalls, TJ; Fantinati, A; Pojana, G; Marcomini, A; Booy, P; Lamoree, M; Kortenkamp, A; Sumpter, JP
2008Defective spermatogenesis: Martin et al. respondLester, JN; Scrimshaw, MD
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
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; Nolan, M; Tyler, CR; van Aerle, R; Santos, E; Brighty, G
2008Testicular dysgenesis syndrome and the estrogen hypothesis: A quantitative meta-analysisMartin, OV; Shialis, T; Lester, JN; Scrimshaw, MD; Boobis, AR; Voulvoulis, N
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; Jobling, S; Routledge, EJ
2009Influence of operating parameters on the biodegradation of steroid estrogens and nonylphenolic compounds during biological wastewater treatment processesChiu, TY; Boobis, AR; Scrimshaw, MD; Bagnall, JP; Soares, A; Pollard, S; Cartmell, E; Lester, JN
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
2010Removal of steroid estrogens in carbonaceous and nitrifying activated sludge processesMcAdam, EJ; Bagnall, JP; Koh, YKK; Chiu, TY; Pollard, S; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN; Cartmell, E
2000Re-evaluation of the first synthetic estrogen, 1-keto-1,2,3,4-tetrahydrophenanthrene, and bisphenol A, using both the ovariectomised rat model used in 1933 and additional assaysAshby, J; Odum, J; Paton, D; Lefevre, PA; Beresford, NA; Sumpter, JP