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|2006||Predicted exposures to steroid estrogens in UK rivers correlate with widespread sexual disruption in wild fish populations||Jobling, S; Williams, R; Johnson, A; Taylor, A; Gross-Sorokin, M; Nolan, M; Tyler, CR; Aerle, RV; Santos, E; Brighty, G|
|2006||Health effects in fish of long-term exposure to effluents from wastewater treatment works||Liney, KE; Hagger, JA; Tyler, CR; Depledge, MH; Galloway, TS; Jobling, S|
|2009||Exposure 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|
|2009||Why public health agencies cannot depend on good laboratory practices as a criterion for selecting data: The case of Bisphenol A||Myers, JP; Vom Saal, FS; Akingbemi, BT; Arizono, K; Belcher, S; Colborn, T; Chahoud, I; Crain, DA; Farabollini, F; Guillette, LJJ; Hassold, T; Ho, S; Hunt, PA; Iguchi, T; Jobling, S; Kanno, J; Laufer, H; Marcus, M; McLachlan, JA; Nadal, A; Oehlmann, J; Olea, N; Palanza, P; Parmigiani, S; Rubin, BS; Schoenfelder, G; Sonnenschein, C; Soto, AM; Talsness, CE; Taylor, JA; Vandenberg, LN; Vandenbergh, JG; Vogel, S; Watson, CS; Welshons, WV; Zoeller, RT|