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El análisis de aguas residuales con fines epidemiológicos: presente y futuro en España
(Asociación Española de Estudio en Drogodependencias (AESED), 2020)
El análisis de aguas residuales con fines epidemiológicos es actualmente una herramienta fiable y complementaria a las metodologías basadas en indicadores tradicionales para el control de diferentes sustancias entre las ...
Assessing alcohol consumption through wastewater-based epidemiology: Spain as a case study
Background In this study, an alternative and complementary method to those approaches currently used to estimate alcohol consumption by the population is described. This method, known as wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE), ...
Transcriptomic data on the transgenerational exposure of the keystone amphipod Gammarus locusta to simvastatin
The use of transcriptomics data brings new insights and works as a powerful tool to explore the molecular mode of action (MoA) of transgenerational inheritance effects of contaminants of emerging concern. Therefore, in ...
Transgenerational inheritance of chemical-induced signature: A case study with simvastatin
The hypothesis that exposure to certain environmental chemicals during early life stages may disrupt reproduction across multiple non-exposed generations has significant implications for understanding disease etiology and ...
First nation-wide estimation of tobacco consumption in Spain using wastewater-based epidemiology
Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) has become a very useful tool to monitor a population's drug consumption or exposure to environmental and food contaminants. In this work, WBE has been applied to estimate tobacco ...
Assessing population exposure to phthalate plasticizers in thirteen Spanish cities through the analysis of wastewater
Phthalates are widely used plasticizers that produce endocrine-disrupting disorders. Quantifying exposure is crucial to perform risk assessments and to develop proper health measures. Herein, a wastewater-based epidemiology ...