3 articles published in JoVE
Studying Neurobehavioral Effects of Environmental Pollutants on Zebrafish Larvae Bin Zhang1,2, Xinyue Yang2, Jing Zhao3, Ting Xu2,4, Daqiang Yin2,4 1State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, 2Key Laboratory of Yangtze River Water Environment, Ministry of Education, College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, 3Shanghai Collaborative Innovation Centre for WEEE Recycling, WEEE Research Center of 10 Shanghai Polytechnic University, 4Shanghai Institute of Pollution Control and Ecological Security A detailed experimental protocol is presented in this paper for the evaluation of neurobehavioral toxicity of environmental pollutants using a zebrafish larvae model, including the exposure process and tests for neurobehavioral indicators.
A Dual-Functional Electroactive Filter Towards Simultaneously Sb(III) Oxidation and Sequestration Fuqiang Liu1, Fang Li1,2, Chensi Shen1,2, Zhiwei Wang2,3, Wolfgang Sand1,4, Yanbiao Liu1,2 1Textile Pollution Controlling Engineering Center of Ministry of Environmental Protection, College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Donghua University, 2Shanghai Institute of Pollution Control and Ecological Security, 3State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, 4Institute of Biosciences, Freiberg University of Mining and Technology A protocol for the rational design of a dual-functional electroactive filter consisting of carbon nanotubes and titanate nanowires is reported and their environmental applications towards Sb(III) oxidation and sequestration is presented.
Using Caenorhabditis elegans for Studying Trans- and Multi-Generational Effects of Toxicants Zhuo Li1,2, Fangting Ai3, Jing Zhang4, Zhenyang Yu1,2, Daqiang Yin1,2 1College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Tongji University, 2Shanghai Institute of Pollution Control and Ecological Security, 3Jiaxing Tongji Institute of Environment, 4College of Ecological Technique and Engineering, Shanghai Institute of Technology Trans- and multi-generational effects of persistent chemicals are essential in judging their long-term consequences in the environment and on the human health. We provide novel detailed methods for studying trans- and multi-generational effects using free-living nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.