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2011Analysis of currently available data for characterising the risk of engineered nanomaterials to the environment and human health – Lessons learned from four case studiesASCHBERGER KARIN; MICHELETTI Christian; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN Birgit; CHRISTENSEN FransArticles in Journals
2011An integrated approach for bioaccumulation assessment in mussels: Towards the development of Environmental Quality Standards for biotaZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; MARINOV DIMITAR; DUERI Sibylle; CASTRO-JIMENEZ Javier; MICHELETTI Christian; WORTH AndrewArticles in Journals
2012Limitations and information needs for engineered nanomaterial-specific exposure estimation and scenarios: recommendations for improved reporting practicesCLARK Katherine; VAN TONGEREN Martie; CHRISTENSEN Frans; BROUWER Derk; NOWACK Bernd; GOTTSCHALK Fadri; MICHELETTI Christian; SCHMID Kaspar; GERRITSEN Rianda; AITKEN Robert J; VAQUERO Celina; GKANIS Vasileios; HOUSIADAS Christos; MARÍA LÓPEZ DE IPIÑA Jesús; RIEDIKER MichaelArticles in Journals
2010Thresholds of Toxicological Concern for Endocrine Active Substances in the Aquatic EnvironmentGROSS Melanie; DAGINNUS Klaus; DEVILLER Geneviève; DE WOLF Watze; DUNGEY Stephen; GALLI Corrado; GOURMELON Anne; JACOBS Miriam; MATTHIESSEN Peter; MICHELETTI Christian; NESTMANN Earle; PAVAN Manuela; PAYA PEREZ Ana; RATTE Hans-Toni; SAFFORD Bob; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN Birgit; STOCK Frauke; STOLZENBERG Hans-Christian; WHEELER James; WILLUHN Marc; WORTH Andrew; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; CRANE MarkArticles in Journals
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