Differential toxicity of disperse red 1 and disperse red 13 in the Ames test, HepG2 cytotoxicity assay, and Daphnia acute toxicity test

Differential toxicity of disperse red 1 and disperse red 13 in the Ames test, HepG2 cytotoxicity assay, and Daphnia acute toxicity test

E. R. A. Ferraz, E. R. A. G. A. Umbuzeiro, G. de-Almeida, A. Caloto-Oliveira, F. M. D. Chequer, M. V. B. Zanoni, D. J. Dorta, D. P. Oliveira

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Azo dyes are of environmental concern due to their degradation products, widespread use, and low‐removal rate during conventional treatment. Their toxic properties are related to the nature and position of the substituents with respect to the aromatic rings and amino nitrogen atom. The dyes Disperse...

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Differential toxicity of disperse red 1 and disperse red 13 in the Ames test, HepG2 cytotoxicity assay, and Daphnia acute toxicity test

E. R. A. Ferraz, E. R. A. G. A. Umbuzeiro, G. de-Almeida, A. Caloto-Oliveira, F. M. D. Chequer, M. V. B. Zanoni, D. J. Dorta, D. P. Oliveira


										

Differential toxicity of disperse red 1 and disperse red 13 in the Ames test, HepG2 cytotoxicity assay, and Daphnia acute toxicity test

E. R. A. Ferraz, E. R. A. G. A. Umbuzeiro, G. de-Almeida, A. Caloto-Oliveira, F. M. D. Chequer, M. V. B. Zanoni, D. J. Dorta, D. P. Oliveira

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    Environmental toxicology

    Vol. 26, no. 5 (Oct., 2011), p. 489-497