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(chlortetracycline hydrochloride)
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  • Swine slurry characteristics as affected by selected additives and disinfectants. [Journal Article]
    Environ Pollut 2020; 260:114058Duerschner J, Bartelt-Hunt S, … Snow DD
  • Current swine industry practice is to house animals in confinement facilities which capture and store feces and urine as slurry in pits below the production area. Additives and disinfectants may be introduced into the manure pits. This study was conducted to measure the effects of additives and disinfectants on temporal changes in swine slurry characteristics. Slurry from a commercial swine produ…
  • Antibiotic exposure across three generations from Chinese families and cumulative health risk. [Journal Article]
    Ecotoxicol Environ Saf 2020; 191:110237Zhang J, Liu X, … Liu K
  • Extensive antibiotic exposure in the general population has been documented by bio-monitoring, but data regarding antibiotic burden across three generations in families living in the same household are lacking. We investigated the distribution of antibiotics and the potential health risk among the three generations by selecting 691 participants from 256 households in Fuyang city, China. A total o…
  • Adsorption of chlortetracycline from aquaculture wastewater using modified zeolites. [Journal Article]
    J Environ Sci Health A Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng 2020; :1-12Yu R, Yu X, … Tian S
  • In this study, lanthanum modified zeolite (La-Z) was used to adsorb chlortetracycline (CTC) from aquaculture wastewater. La-Z was characterized by SEM, TEM, EDS, XRD, FTIR and BET. The effects various factors on the adsorption of CTC by La-Z were investigated, including the lanthanum modification concentration on zeolites, the dosage of La-Z, solution pH and reaction time. Orthogonal experiments …
  • Response of Isovalerate-Degrading Methanogenic Microbial Community to Inhibitors. [Journal Article]
    Appl Biochem Biotechnol 2020Li J, Wang HZ, … Tang YQ
  • Isovalerate is one of the key intermediates during anaerobic digestion treating protein-containing waste/wastewater. Investigating the effect of different kinds of inhibitors on isovalerate-degrading microbial community is necessary to develop measures for improving the effectiveness of the treatment plants. In the present study, dynamic changes in the isovalerate-degrading microbial community in…
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