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Selected scientific publications

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Selected scientific publications

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Date Title Journal
07.10.2016 The risk of bacterial infection after tattooing Deutsches Ärzteblatt
07.10.2016 From the tattoo studio to the emergency room Deutsches Ärzteblatt
06.10.2016 Scientific principles for the identification of endocrine-disrupting chemicals: a consensus statement Archives of Toxikology
18.09.2016 At the right place for an appropriate time: Activation of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor in human cells Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group)
01.09.2016 First detection of the formation of polyethylene microplastics by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) Science of the Total Environment
25.07.2016 Prevalence of mcr-1 in E. coli from Livestock and Food in Germany, 2010–2015 PLoS ONE
16.06.2016 Fewer animal experiments due to optimal animal model selection EMBO Molecular Medicine
11.05.2016 Risks of tattoo pigments: Identification and estimation of the potential hazard of pigments by means of pyrolysis-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry Archives of Toxicology
29.04.2016 Textile Functionalization and Its Effects on the Release of Silver Nanoparticles into Artificial Sweat Environmental Science Technology
25.01.2016 Determination of Glyphosate Levels in Breast Milk Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
23.01.2016 Tattoos: What do we know about potential health risks? The Lancet
09.12.2015 Risk communication in times of crisis- Pitfalls and challenges in ensuring preparedness instead of hysterics EMBO-Reports
15.10.2015 Release of metals from coffee machines and electric kettles Food Additives & Contaminants
05.08.2015 The BfR has for the first time detected hydrogen cyanide following laser treatment of a blue tattoo pigment Scientific Reports

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