2nd Chemical Hazard Symposium

 

December 8th, 2018, 9:10~18:15 6F

 

Meeting Room, CMES, Ehime University

 

Presentation

 

Atsushi Yamamoto (Tottori University of Environmental Studies)
Non-target analysis for environmental samples using high-resolution mass
spectrometry and its data interpretation
 
Shin Takahashi (Ehime University) INTEGRATED EXPOSURE AND EFFECT ANALYSIS FOR DIOXINS AND RELATED COMPOUNDS: HOW TO WATCH THE MIXTURES/HIDDEN HAZARDS?
 
Yuichi Miyake (University of Shizuoka) DETERMINATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL BROMINATED AND PHOSPHORUS FLAME RETARDANTS IN FLAME-RETARDED CURTAINS
 
Ana Catarina Sousa (Hokkaido University) Levels of endocrine disruptors in Portugal: results from the joint collaboration between Portugal and Japan
 
■ Research Presentation
 
Su-Min Bak (Ehime University) For assessing the risk of heavy oil-derived polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in fish; In vitro and in silico AHR assays
 
Collins Nimako (Hokkaido University) UNCERTAINTIES ASSOCIATED WITH NEONICOTINOID INSECTICIDES’` SAFETY THRESHOLDS AND THE POTENTIAL RAMIFICATIONS ON HUMAN HEALTH: THE CASE STUDY OF GHANA.
 
Hazuki Mizukawa (Ehime University) Comparison of effects on comprehensive gene expression by PCBs exposure in Cats and Dogs
 
Haruya Toyomaki (Hokkaido University) Monitoring of blood lead levels in dogs from lead pollution area, Kabwe, Zambia
P-20 Kota Mukai (Kyoto University) Characterization of Extractable Organohalogens (EOX) in Biological Samples
 
Mirella Kanerva (Ehime University) Differences in POPs, transcriptome and proteome of wild and hatchery-reared Baltic Salmons
 
Kraisiri Khidkhan (Hokkaido University) Characterization of CYP genes related-PCBs exposure in cats
 
Nguyen Minh Tue (Ehime University) Hormone disruptors in river water from Asian developing countries: Activity levels and major compounds
 
Akifumi Eguchi (Chiba University) Workflow of non-target metabolome analysis for body fluid samples in our study
 
Kazuki Takeda (Hokkaido University) Novel Mechanism of Rodenticide (warfarin) Resistance of Wild Rats in Tokyo ~ Enhanced Pentose Phosphate Pathway Causes Rapid Metabolism of Warfarin ~
 
Kohki Takaguchi (Ehime University) Polychlorinated biphenyl exposure increased thyroid hormone excretion in dogs

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