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    1. Birdsall, K; Kukor, JJ; Cheney, MA
      Uptake of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon compounds by the gills of the bivalve mollusk Elliptio complanata

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    2. Krasko, A; Kurelec, B; Batel, R; Muller, IM; Muller, WEG
      Potential multidrug resistance gene POHL: An ecologically relevant indicator in marine sponges

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    3. Keppler, C; Ringwood, AH
      Expression of P-glycoprotein in the gills of oysters, Crassostrea virginica: seasonal and pollutant related effects

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    4. Sturm, A; Cravedi, JP; Segner, H
      Prochloraz and nonylphenol diethoxylate inhibit an mdr1-like activity in vitro, but do not alter hepatic levels of P-glycoprotein in trout exposed invivo

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    5. Keppler, CJ; Ringwood, AH
      Expression of P-glycoprotein in southeastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    6. Cubadda, F; Conti, ME; Campanella, L
      Size-dependent concentrations of trace metals in four Mediterranean gastropods

      CHEMOSPHERE
    7. Albertus, JA; Laine, RO
      Enhanced xenobiotic transporter expression in normal teleost hepatocytes: Response to environmental and chemotherapeutic toxins

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    8. Matranga, V; Toia, G; Bonaventura, R; Muller, WEG
      Cellular and biochemical responses to environmental and experimentally induced stress in sea urchin coelomocytes

      CELL STRESS & CHAPERONES
    9. Galgani, F
      Biological effects of contaminants on marine organisms: the contribution of biotechnology

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION
    10. Minier, C; Borghi, V; Moore, MN; Porte, C
      Seasonal variation of MXR and stress proteins in the common mussel, Mytilus galloprovincialis

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    11. Bard, SM
      Multixenobiotic resistance as a cellular defense mechanism in aquatic organisms

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    12. Perez, T
      Evaluation of coastal areas quality by sponges: state of the art

      BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ZOOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE
    13. Bresler, V; Bissinger, V; Abelson, A; Dizer, H; Sturm, A; Kratke, R; Fishelson, L; Hansen, PD
      Marine molluscs and fish as biomarkers of pollution stress in littoral regions of the Red Sea, Mediterranean Sea and North Sea

      HELGOLAND MARINE RESEARCH
    14. Minier, C; Eufemia, N; Epel, D
      The multi-xenobiotic resistance phenotype as a tool to biomonitor the environment

      BIOMARKERS
    15. Cooper, PS; Vogelbein, WK; Van Veld, PA
      Altered expression of the xenobiotic transporter P-glycoprotein in liver and liver tumours of mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus) from a creosote-contaminated environment

      BIOMARKERS
    16. Daughton, CG; Ternes, TA
      Pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the environment: Agents of subtle change?

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    17. Wiens, M; Seack, J; Koziol, C; Hassanein, HMA; Steffen, R; Korzhev, M; Schroder, HC; Muller, WEG
      17 beta-estradiol-dependent regulation of chaperone expression and telomerase activity in the marine sponge Geodia cydonium

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    18. SMITAL T; KURELEC B
      THE CHEMOSENSITIZERS OF MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM IN AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES - A NEW CLASS OF POLLUTANTS

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    19. SCHRODER HC; BADRIA FA; AYYAD SN; BATEL R; WIENS M; HASSANEIN HMA; KURELEC B; MULLER WEG
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF EXTRACTS FROM THE MARINE ALGA CAULERPA-TAXIFOLIA AND OF TOXIN FROM CAULERPA-RACEMOSA ON MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE INTHE MARINE SPONGE GEODIA-CYDONIUM

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    20. Muller, WEG; Riemer, S; Kurelec, B; Smodlaka, N; Puskaric, S; Jagic, B; Muller-Niklas, G; Queric, NV
      Chemosensitizers of the multixenobiotic resistance in amorphous aggregates(marine snow): etiology of mass killing on the benthos in the Northern Adriatic?

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    21. EPEL D
      USE OF MULTIDRUG TRANSPORTERS AS FIRST LINES OF DEFENSE AGAINST TOXINS IN AQUATIC ORGANISMS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology
    22. PARANT M
      XENOBIOTIC METABOLISM IN BIVALVES

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    23. MINIER C; MOORE MN
      CALCEIN ACCUMULATION IN MUSSEL BLOOD-CELLS

      Marine environmental research
    24. BONFANTI P; COLOMBO A; CAMATINI M
      IDENTIFICATION OF A MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS

      Chemosphere (Oxford)
    25. GAERTNER LS; MURRAY CL; MORRIS CE
      TRANSEPITHELIAL TRANSPORT OF NICOTINE AND VINBLASTINE IN ISOLATED MALPIGHIAN TUBULES OF THE TOBACCO HORNWORM (MANDUCA-SEXTA) SUGGESTS A P-GLYCOPROTEIN-LIKE MECHANISM

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    26. SMITAL T; KURELEC B
      INHIBITORS OF THE MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM IN NATURAL-WATERS - IN-VIVO DEMONSTRATION OF THEIR EFFECTS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    27. BAIN LJ; MCLACHLAN JB; LEBLANC GA
      STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS FOR XENOBIOTIC TRANSPORT SUBSTRATES AND INHIBITORY LIGANDS OF P-GLYCOPROTEIN

      Environmental health perspectives
    28. KURELEC B
      A NEW-TYPE OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL - THE CHEMOSENSITIZERS OF MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE

      Environmental health perspectives
    29. KURELEC B; KRCA S; LUCIC D
      EXPRESSION OF MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM IN A MARINE MUSSELMYTILUS-GALLOPROVINCIALIS AS A BIOMARKER OF EXPOSURE TO POLLUTED ENVIRONMENTS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part C, Pharmacology toxicology & endocrinology
    30. MINIER C; MOORE MN
      RHODAMINE-B ACCUMULATION AND MXR PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN MUSSEL BLOOD-CELLS - EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO VINCRISTINE

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    31. BAIN LJ; LEBLANC GA
      INTERACTION OF STRUCTURALLY DIVERSE PESTICIDES WITH THE HUMAN MDR1 GENE-PRODUCT P-GLYCOPROTEIN

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    32. KURELEC B
      REVERSION OF THE MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM IN GILLS OF A MARINE MUSSEL MYTILUS-GALLOPROVINCIALIS BY A MODEL INHIBITOR AND ENVIRONMENTAL MODULATORS OF P170-GLYCOPROTEIN

      Aquatic toxicology
    33. WALDMANN P; PIVCEVIC B; MULLER WEG; ZAHN RK; KURELEC B
      INCREASED GENOTOXICITY OF ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE BY MODULATORS OF MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM - STUDIES WITH THE FRESH-WATER CLAM CORBICULA-FLUMINEA

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology testing
    34. KURELEC B
      INHIBITION OF MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM IN AQUATIC ORGANISMS - ECOTOXIC CONSEQUENCES

      Science of the total environment


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