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1,2- and 1,4-Naphthoquinone directly bind to and activate the Ah receptor and Ah receptor-dependent gene expression
Faber SC et al.
International Journal of Molecular SciencesSource2020
In situ measurement of estrogenic activity in various aquatic systems using diffusive gradients in thin-film coupled with ERE-CALUX bioassay
Guo W et al.
Environ. Int
2019
Estrogenic activity in dry food simulants: chemical migration from paperboard packaging
Vandermarken T et al.
Organohalogen Compounds
2018
1,2- and 1,4-Naphthoquinone directly bind to and activate the Ah receptor and Ah receptor-dependent gene expression
Faber SC et al.
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 60, 227-230 2020
In situ measurement of estrogenic activity in various aquatic systems using diffusive gradients in thin-film coupled with ERE-CALUX bioassay
Guo W et al.
Environ. Int 127, 13-20 2019
Estrogenic activity in dry food simulants: chemical migration from paperboard packaging
Vandermarken T et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 80, 493-496 2018
Estrogenic activity of monomers and initiators used in resin based dental composites
Boonen I et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 80, 489-492 2018
Endocrine activity in waste and river waters from the Brussels region, Belgium using the BG1Luc4E2 CALUX bioassay
Van Langenhove K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 78,785-788 2016
High throughput bioanalytical screening of inland waters of southern California
Mehinto A et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 78, 835-837 2016
Microbial-derived 1,4-dihydroxy-2-naphthoic acid and related compounds as aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonists/antagonists: Structure-activity relationships and receptor modeling
Cheng Y et al.
Toxicological Sciences 155, 458-473 2016
"COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT CLEAN-UP, EXTRACTION AND DETECTION
Mao QJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 75, 755-758 2014
Naturally-occurring marine brominated indoles are aryl hydrocarbon receptor ligands/agonists
DeGroot DE et al.
Chemical Research In Toxicology 28, 1176-1185 2015
Enantiospecific effects of ketoconazole on aryl hydrocarbon receptor
Novotna A et al.
PLoS One 9(7) e101832 2014
Activation of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor by the widely used Src family kinase inhibitor 4-amino-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-7-(dimethylethyl)pyrazolo[3,4-d]pyrimidine (PP2)
Frauenstein K et al.
Archives of Toxicology 89, 1329-1336 2014
Time-integrated monitoring of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDD/Fs) in urban and industrial wastewaters using a ceramic toximeter and the CALUX bioassay
Addeck A et al.
Chemosphere 94, 27-35 2014
Time-integrated monitoring of dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls (dl-PCBs) in aquatic environments using the ceramic toximeter and the CALUX bioassay
Addeck A et al.
Talanta 120, 413-418 2014
Chemicals having estrogenic activity can be released from some bisphenol A-free, hard and clear, thermoplastic resins
Bittner GD et al.
Environ. Health 14 (1), 1032014 2014
Application of CALUX in East Asian countries.
Masafumi Nakamura
The First Southeast Asian International Workshop on IntegratedExposure and Effects Analysis 2014
Characterization of Natural Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Agonists from Cassia Seed and Rosemary
Yoshiaki Amakura et al.
Molecules 19(4), 4956-4966. 2014
The CALUX bioassay: a quest for optimization parameters towards a reliable and cost-effective semi-quantitative screening method in dioxin potency assessmen
Van Langenhove K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 76, 1505-1508 2014
Determination of PCDD/Fs, PBDD/Fs and dioxin-like PCBs in human milk from mothers residing in the rural areas in Flanders, using the CALUX bioassay and GC-HRMS
Croe, K et al.
Talanta 113, 99-105 2013
Malassezia yeasts produce a collection of exceptionally potent activators of the Ah (dioxin) receptor detected in diseased human skin
Magiatis P et al.
Journal of Investigative Dermatology 133, 2023-2030 2013
Highly sensitive CALUX assay for screening dioxins in retail fish
Tsutsumi T et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 75, 402-405 2013
PCDD/Fs EMISSIONS IN FLUE GAS FROM THERMAL TREATMENT OF HEAVY METALS HYPER ACCUMULATORS
Huang J1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 75, 766-769 2013
PCDD/F and dioxin-like PCB activities in sediments from the Mtoni Estuary (Tanzania) as analyzed with the chemically activated luciferase gene expression (CALUX) bioassay
Van Langenhove K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 75, 530-533 2013
THE RAPID ANALYSIS FOR DIOXIN DERIVED FROM AGENT ORANGE IN SOIL Ⅲ - CALUX ASSAY FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRY
Nakamura M1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 75, 406-409 2013
Concentration levels of PCDD/F's and dioxin-like PCB's in human milk samples from the rural areas of Flanders (Belgium)
Croes K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 74, 756-759 2012
Analysis of PCDD/Fs and dioxin-like PCBs in sewage sludges and general bio-wastes available for agricultural land application in Belgium - comparison between GC-IDHRMS and CALUX results
van Langenhove K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 74, 206-209 2012
Principles of method validation and quality control: compliance with the new EU criteria for bioanalytical screening of feed and food
Haedrich J et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 74, 193-196 2012
CALUX determination of PCDD/F’s and dioxin-like PCB’s in small amounts of human milk from the rural areas of Flanders (Belgium) using the H1L7.5c1 mouse hepatoma cell line
Croes K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 1582-1585 2011
CALUX determination of PCDD/F’s and dioxin-like PCB’s in small amounts of human serum with the H1L7.5c1 mouse hepatoma cell line: analysis of human serum samples from the Flemish environment and health study (FLESH II)
Croes K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 1451-1454 2011
Quantification of PCDD/Fs and dioxin-like PCBs in small amounts of human serum using the sensitive H1L7.5c1 mouse hepatoma cell line: validation and analysis of human serum samples from adolescents for the Flemish Human Biomonitoring campaign
Croes K et al.
Talanta 85, 2484-2491 2011
Ceramic toximeter as a passive sampler for dioxin-contaminated water analysis using the CALUX bioassay
Addeck A et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 2108-2111 2011
BLOOD AHR ACTIVATOR LEVELS AND AHR MESSENGER RNA EXPRESSION IN POPULATIONS WITH HIGH AND BACKGROUND EXPOSURE TO PCP WASTE
Lin S1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 1594-1595 2011
Characterization of natural AhR ligands in health foods estimated by in vitro reporter gene assay
Amakura Y et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 738-741 2011
Considerations for potency equivalent calculations in the Ah receptor-based CALUX bioassay: Normalization of superinduction results for improved sample potency estimation
Baston DS et al.
Talanta 83, 1415-1421 2011
Identification of benzothiazole derivatives and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons as aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonists present in tire extracts
He G et al.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30, 1915-1925 2011
Implementation of the CALUX bioassay for the analysis of PCDD/F’s and dioxin-like PCB’s in atmospheric deposition samples from the Flemish measurement network
Vandermarken T et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 1924-1927 2011
CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL AHR LIGANDS IN HEALTH FOODS ESTIMATED BY IN VITRO REPORTER GENE ASSAY
Amakura Y1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 738-741 2011
Spatial Distribution of Dioxins from Incineration Sources and its Estimation using Atmospheric Dispersion Model
Shun Tanaka et al.
14rh World Lake Conference in Austin 2011
Pre-validation study for dioxin and dioxin-like compound analysis in WWTP sludge with the CALUX bioassay – Emphasis on obtaining extracts suitable for both chemo- and bio-analytical determination
Van Langenhove K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 73, 2132-213 2011
ANALYSIS ON PCDD/Fs IN SOIL AROUND WASTE INCINERATION PLANTS IN CHINA USING CALUX ASSAY WITH HRGC/HRMS
Du YZ1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 72, 88-91 2010
Analytical characteristics of the H1L6.1 and the H1L7.5 mouse hepatoma cell lines
Van Langenhove K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 72, 1092-1096 2010
Discrepancies between bio-analytical and chemo-analytical results have a non-negligible message
Goeyens L et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 72, 964-967 2010
Enhancing the response of CALUX and CAFLUX cell bioassays for quantitative detection of dioxin-like compounds
Zhao B et al.
Science China Chemistry (Science in China Series B) 53, 1010-1016 2010
Revised EU-criteria for applying bioanalytical methods for screening of feed and food for dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs
Hoogenboom LAP et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 72, 1800-1905 2010
PCB contamination in seafood species at the Eastern Coast of Thailand
Jaikanlaya C et al.
Chemosphere 72, 239-249 2009
Ah receptor agonists present in commercial and consumer products: identification and characterization of novel agonists present in tire extracts
He G et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 71, 2950-2954 2009
CH223191 is a ligand-specific antagonist of the Ah receptor
Zhao B et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 71, 2303-2308 2009
BIOACTIVE DOSE OF DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS IN BLOOD SAMPLES OF A POPULATION EXPOSED TO CHEMICAL WASTE OF A PCP FACTORY IN TAIWAN
Lin S1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 71, 679-681 2009
Biomonitoring of POPs and POPs-like Chemicals in East Asia -Phase1&2-
Masafumi Nakamura1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 71, 2615-2620 2009
Characterization and potential environmental risks of leachate from shredded rubber mulches
Kanematsu M et al.
Chemosphere 76, 952-958 2009
Sample potency estimation revisited: Reasons and options for employing a linearized potency estimation model
Baston DS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 71, 2048-2052 2009
Fate and Movement of Dioxins in the Lake Biwa basin in Japan
Yoshihisa Shimizu et al.
China POPs Forum 2008 3rd National Symposium on Persistent Organic Pollutants 2008
LEVELS OF PCDD/Fs AND DIOXIN LIKE PCBs IN GUAR GUM POWDER – A FOOD ADDITIVE
Yang Naiqing et al.
Dioxin 2008 (no OHC publication only presentation) 2008
CALUX BIOASSAY AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF PCDD/FS AND DL-PCBS IN SEDIMENT OF HAIHE RIVER, CHINA
Bin Wang1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 70, 434-437 2008
Superinduction of the CALUX bioassay by environmental Extracts: Considerations in sample analysis and potency determination
Baston DS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 70, 406-409 2008
The application of lowered incubation temperature to enhance CALUX and CAFLUX cell bioassay responses in environmental analysis
Zhao B et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 70, 1124-1127 2008
Mathematical model developed for environmental samples: prediction of GC/MS dioxin TEQ from XDS-CALUX bioassay data
Brown DJ et al.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 41, 4354-4360 2007
Bioanalytical approaches for the detection and relative quantitation of halogenated dibenzo-p-dioxins and related chemicals
Denison, MS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 69, 14-19 2007
Analysis of dioxins in contaminated soils using CALUX and CAFLUX bioassays, an immunoassay and gas chromatography - high resolution mass spectrometry
Nording M et al.
Environmenatl Toxicology and Chemistry 26, 1122-1129 2007
Microplate edge effects in range finding studies using the Lumi-Cell ER bioassay: Increasing assay throughput
Gordon JD et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 69, 1249-1252 2007
PCDD/DFs AND DIOXIN-LIKE PCBs IN FISH OIL USED FOR FEED INGREDIENTS IN JAPAN: EVALUATION BY 2005 WHO-TEF AND CALUX ASSAY
Hasegawa J1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 69, 2384-2387 2007
Interactions of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) with the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) pathway
Peters AK et al.
Toxicological Sciences 92, 133-142 2006
Determination of relative potency (REP) values for mono-ortho polychlorinated biphenyls after purification with active charcoal
Peters AK et al.
Toxicology Letters 165, 230-241 2006
Gas-phase ambient air contaminants exhibit significant dioxin-like and estrogen-like activity in vitro
Klein GP et al.
Environmental Health Perspectives 114, 697-703 2006
Proposed classification system for Tier-1 screening of estrogenic EDCs using the Lumi-Cell ER bioassay
Gordon JD et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 68 1273-1276 2006
Differential responsiveness of the Ah receptor-dependent gene expression induced by HAHs and PAHs
Zhao B et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 68, 1745-1748 2006
Enhancing CALUX and CAFLUX cell bioassay responses through intracellular signaling pathways and incubation temperature
Denison MS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 68, 1265-1268 2006
Estrogenic endocrine disruptor potency of organochlorine pesticides detected using the Lumi-Cell ER bioassay
Gordon JD et al.
SOT 2005, Abstract #1752 2005
Estrogenic potency of many popular suncreens and it’s “nonactive” components detected using the Lumi-Cell ER bioassay
Gordon JD et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 67, 2685-2688 2005
Mathematical model predictions of GC/MS data for dioxin contaminated environmental samples using CALUX by XDS
Clark GC et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 67, 50-53 2005
Detection of potential estrogenic endocrine disruptor chemicals using the LUMI-Cell ER
Gordon JD et al.
Soils, Sediments and Water 2004
Process of validation of the Lumi-Cell ER recombinant bioassay for rapid evaluation of potential estrogenic endocrine disruptor chemicals
Denison MS et al.
SOT 2004, Abstract Number 572 2004
Detection of estrogen receptor endocrine disruptor potency of commonly used organochlorine pesticides using the Lumi-Cell bioassay
Gordon JD et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 66, 3009-3015 2004
Organochlorine pesticides estrogen receptor endocrine disruptor potency detected using the Lumi-Cell ER bioassay
Gordon JD et al.
SETAC 2004
Lumi-Cell ER, a recombinant bioassay for rapid evaluation of potential estrogenic endocrine disruptor chemicals
Gordon JD et al.
SETAC EUROPA 2004
Identification and analysis of novel flavonoid agonists and antagonists for the Ah and estrogen receptor
Zhao B et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 66, 2960-2965 2004
Activation of the Ah receptor and Ah receptor signal transduction pathway by tryptophan-derived agonists
Denison MS et al.
Organohalogen compounds 65, 90-93 2003
Comparison of the CALUX bioassay and ID-HRGC/HRMS as measures of dioxin toxic equivalents in serum
Warner M et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 60, 416-419 2003
Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and immune function in US Atlantic coast harbor seals
Shaw SD et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 62, 220-223 2003
Dioxin and organochlorine pesticide concentrations of breast milk in China and Japan
Kayama F et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 64, 207-210 2003
Non additive interactions in CALUX
Windal I et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 60, 239-242 2003
Aryl hydrocarbon receptor-mediated activity of particulate organic matter from the Paso del Norte airshed along the U.S.-Mexico Border
Arrieta DE et al.
Environmental Health Perspectives 110, 791-795 2003
CALUX and high resolution GC/MS analysis of dioxin like compounds in chlorophenoxy pesticide formulations
Huwe JK et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 60, 227-230 2003
Validation of the Lumi-Cell ER recombinant bioassay for rapid evaluation of chemicals for potential estrogenic activity
Gordon JD et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 65- 78-81 2003
Identification and characterization of novel flavone agonists of the Ah receptor
Han D-H et al.
Organohalogen compounds 65, 126-129 2003
Identification of novel agonists and antagonists of the Ah receptor signal transduction pathway
Baston DS et al.
Organohalogen compounds 65, 142-145 2003
Validation progress of the Lumi-Cell ER recombinant bioassay for rapid evaluation of chemicals for potential estrogenic activity
Gordon JD et al.
e. Hormone 2003, Abstract #38 2003
Screening and analysis of novel naphthoflavone ligands for the Ah receptor
Zhao B et al.
Organohalogen compounds 65, 102-105 2003
APPLICATION OF THE CALUX ASSAY TO THE ANALYSIS OF DXNs IN A COMPOSITE FROM SUSHI SAMPLES (THE THIRD REPORT)
Masatake Toyoda1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 60- 251-254 2003
Recombinant cell lines for the detection of dioxins and Ah receptor ligands - Not all assays are created equal
Han D et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 58, 421-424 2002
Recovery determinations for bioassay analysis: Considerations and results
Brown DJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 58, 357-360 2002
Recovery determinations for bioassay analysis: Considerations and results
Brown DJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 58, 357-360 2002
Elimination of interfering compounds in preparation for analysis by an Ah receptor based bioassay
Brown DJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 58, 401-404 2002
Validation of the CALUX bioassay: Quantitative screening approach
Van Overmeire I et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 58, 353-356 2002
Variables that affect TEQ determinations by CALUX and GC-HRMS
Windal I et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 58, 389-392 2002
Regional differences of blood dioxin and organochlorine pesticides concentrations of Japanese female farmers. - Application of CALUX assay for epidemiological study -
Kayama F et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 55, 275-278 2002
Relationships between exposure to dioxin-like chemicals, testosterone levels, and sex of the children of pesticide applicators
Clark G et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 56, 73-76 2002
Application of the CALUX assay to the analysis of DXNs in fish (The Second Report)
Yabushita H et al.
Organohalogen Compoounds 58, 385-388 2002
Detection of xenoestrogens in serum after immunoprecipitation of endogenous steroidal Estrogens
Natarajan K et al.
Environmental Health Perspectives. 110, 791-795 2002
Preiminary Screening of the Inhibitory Effect of Food Extracts on Activation of the ArylHydrocarbon Receptor Induced by 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
Yoshiaki Amakura et al.
Biol.Pharm.Bull. 25, 272-274 2002
REGIONAL DIFFERENCES OF BLOOD DIOXIN AND ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES CONCENTRATIONS OF JAPANESE FEMALE FARMERS. - APPLICATION OF CALUX ASSAY FOR EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY
Fujio Kayama1 et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 55, 275-278 2002
Bioanalytical approaches for the detection of dioxin and related halogenated aromatic hydrocarbons
Denison MS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 54, 8-11 2001
Determination of REP values for the CALUX® bioassay and comparison to the Who TEF values
Brown DJ et al.
"Organohalogen Compounds 53: 2001
Application of the CALUX bioassay for the determination of low TEQ values in milk samples
Van Overmeire I,et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 50, 64-66 2001
CALUX assay is applicable to human epidemiological studies
Kayama F et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 54, 48-50 2001
Application of the luciferase recombinant cell culture bioassay for the detection of dioxin-like activity of PAHs in the serum of wildlife
Ziccardi MH et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 54, 73-76 2001
Analysis of brominated flame retardants and brominated dibenzodioxins and biphenyls for Ah receptor activation using the CALUX bioassay
Brown DJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 54, 12-15 2001
Quality control criteria implemented for monitoring the use of the CALUX bioassay
Brown DJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 54: 32-35 2001
High-throughput molecular bioassay for the determination of dioxins and PCBs in meat and animal feeds
Jeong S-H et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 54, 16-22 2001
Application of the CALUX assay to the analysis of DXNs in fish (the First Report)
Fujino J et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 51, 348-351 2001
Harmonised quality criteria for chemical and bioassays analyses of PCDDs/PCDFs in feed and food part 2: General considerations,bioassay methods
Behnisch PA et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 50, 59-63 2001
Application of Iron Oxide Catalyst to Detoxify Dioxins in Fly Ash and Possibility of CALUX(TM) Assay for Saving Analysis Cost and Time
Yasuhiko Fujii et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 54, 211-214 2001
Analysis of the anti-estrogenic effecgt of TCDD in human ovarian carcinoma (BG-1) cells
Rogers JM et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 53, 5-9 2001
CALUX results correlate with GC/MS data from Kazakstan breast milk samples and support new TEF values
Hooper K et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 45, 236-239 2000
Tryptophan metabolites, indole-3-pyruvic acid, DL-3-indolelactic acid, L-kynurenine, and kynurenic acid activate Ah receptor signal transduction
Heath-Pagliuso S et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 49, 289-292 2000
Validation study for the use of the dioxin responsive CALUX assay for analysis of Japanese ash and soil samples
Brown DJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 45: 200-203 2000
Ah receptor mediated effects of particulate organic extracts from the Paso Del Norte airshed along the U.S.-Mexico border
Arrieta DE et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 45, 212-215 2000
Activation of Ah and estrogen receptor-based cell bioassay systems by extracts of natural dietary herbal supplements
Bohonowych JE et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 45, 240-243 2000
A comparative study of GC-HRMS and CALUX TEQ determinations in food samples by the belgian federal ministries of public health and agriculture
Van Overmeire I et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 45, 196-199 2000
Application of a human cell bioassay for the detection and analysis of estrogen-toxicant interactions
Rogers JM et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 49, 334-337 2000
Ah receptor-based bioassays for dioxins and related chemicals: Applications and limitations
Denison MS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 40, 27-30 1999
Characterization of the CALUX and GRAB bioassays for sensitivity and specificity in detection of pharmacological agents that activate the Ah receptor signaling system
Clark GC et al.
Organohalogen Compounds Vo. 42, 309-312 1999
A novel low-cost airsampling device (ambstack sampler) and detection system (CALUX bioassay) for measuring air emissions of dioxin,furan, and PCB on a TEQ sasis tested with a model industrial boiler
Clark GC et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 40, 79-82 1999
Direct detection of dioxins and related chemicals in small quantities of human serum using a recombinant cell bioassay
Ziccardi M et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 31, 215-218 1997
Application of the CALUX bioassay system for the detection of dioxin-like chemicals (Ah receptor ligands) in whole serum samples and in extracts from commercial and consumer products
Denison MS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 27, 280-284 1996
Application of the chemical-activated luciferase expression (CALUX) bioassay for quantification of dioxin-like compounds in small samples of human milk and blood plasma
Aarts JMMJG et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 27, 285-290 1996
Application of the CALUX (chemical activated luciferase gene expression) assay for measuring TCDD-equivalents in sediment, pore water and blood plasma samples
Murk AJ et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 27, 291-296 1996
Biological screening of Ah receptor agonist activity in butter fat and coconut oil by means of a chemical-activated luciferase expression in a genetically engineered cell line (CALUX)
Bovee TFH et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 27, 303-308 1996
Species-specific differences in Ah receptor ligand binding and transcriptional activation: implications for bioassays for the detection of dioxin-like chemicals
Denison MS et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 23, 225-229 1995
In Vitro recombinant receptor/reporter gene assays for assessing the estrogenic and dioxin-like activity of compounds and complex mixtures
Balaguer P et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 23, 215-220 1995
Ah receptor-mediated luciferase expression: a tool for monitoring dioxin-like toxicity
Aarts JMMJG et al.
Organohalogen Compounds 13, 361-364 1993
Double blind comparison of TEQ determinations by the DIPs-CALUX bioassay and HRGC/HRMS in human blood and adipose tissue
Kayama F et al.
Abstract Presented at an unknown meeting
industrial combustor validation test measuring air emissions of dioxins and furans on a TEQ basis using EPA method 23 and HRGC/HRMS versus the ambstack sampler and CALUX fioassay
Clark GC et al.
Unclear when and where this abstract was submitted.
Analysis of soil samples from a hazardous waste site: Comparison of CALUX® bioassay TEQ determinations with high resolution GC/MS
Clark GC et al.
Unclear when and where this abstract was submitted.
Use of the CALUX® bioassay for dioxins in an incinerator biomonitoring program
Brown DJ et al.
Unclear when and where this abstract was submitted.
Tier-1 screening classification system for estrogenic EDCs using the Lumi-Cell ER bioassay
Gordon JD et al.
Unclear when and where this abstract was submitted.
Comparison of visual inspection to Celltiter-Glo in evaluating cytotoxicity in the Lumi-Cell ER bioassay
Clark, GC et al.
Unclear when and where this abstract was submitted.