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2005Is There a Causal Association between Genotoxicity and the Imposex Effect?Hagger, JA; Depledge, MH; Oehlmann, J; Jobling, S; Galloway, TS
2015Manufacturing doubt about endocrine disrupter science - A rebuttal of industry-sponsored critical comments on the UNEP/WHO report "State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals 2012"Bergman, Å; Becher, G; Blumberg, B; Bjerregaard, P; Bornman, R; Brandt, I; Casey, SC; Frouin, H; Giudice, LC; Heindel, JJ; Iguchi, T; Jobling, S; Kidd, KA; Kortenkamp, A; Lind, PM; Muir, D; Ochieng, R; Ropstad, E; Ross, PS; Skakkebaek, NE; Toppari, J; Vandenberg, LN; Woodruff, TJ; Zoeller, RT
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
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
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