A marine mesocosm study on the environmental fate of silver nanoparticles and toxicity effects on two endobenthic species: the ragworm Hediste diversicolor and the bivalve mollusc Scrobicularia plana

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A marine mesocosm study on the environmental fate of silver nanoparticles and toxicity effects on two endobenthic species : the ragworm Hediste diversicolor and the bivalve mollusc Scrobicularia plana. / Buffet, Pierre-Emmanuel; Zalouk-Vergnoux, Aurore; Châtel, Amélie; Berthet, Brigitte; Métais, Isabelle; Perrein-Ettajani, Hanane; Poirier, Laurence; Luna-Acosta, Andrea; Thomas-Guyon, Hélène; Risso-de Faverney, Christine; Guibbolini, Marielle; Gilliland, Douglas; Valsami-Jones, Eugenia; Mouneyrac, Catherine.

In: Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 470-471, 01.02.2014, p. 1151-9.

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Buffet, P-E, Zalouk-Vergnoux, A, Châtel, A, Berthet, B, Métais, I, Perrein-Ettajani, H, Poirier, L, Luna-Acosta, A, Thomas-Guyon, H, Risso-de Faverney, C, Guibbolini, M, Gilliland, D, Valsami-Jones, E & Mouneyrac, C 2014, 'A marine mesocosm study on the environmental fate of silver nanoparticles and toxicity effects on two endobenthic species: the ragworm Hediste diversicolor and the bivalve mollusc Scrobicularia plana', Science of the Total Environment, vol. 470-471, pp. 1151-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.10.114

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Buffet, Pierre-Emmanuel ; Zalouk-Vergnoux, Aurore ; Châtel, Amélie ; Berthet, Brigitte ; Métais, Isabelle ; Perrein-Ettajani, Hanane ; Poirier, Laurence ; Luna-Acosta, Andrea ; Thomas-Guyon, Hélène ; Risso-de Faverney, Christine ; Guibbolini, Marielle ; Gilliland, Douglas ; Valsami-Jones, Eugenia ; Mouneyrac, Catherine. / A marine mesocosm study on the environmental fate of silver nanoparticles and toxicity effects on two endobenthic species : the ragworm Hediste diversicolor and the bivalve mollusc Scrobicularia plana. In: Science of the Total Environment. 2014 ; Vol. 470-471. pp. 1151-9.

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title = "A marine mesocosm study on the environmental fate of silver nanoparticles and toxicity effects on two endobenthic species: the ragworm Hediste diversicolor and the bivalve mollusc Scrobicularia plana",
abstract = "Silver nanoparticles are widely used in a range of products and processes for their antibacterial properties, electrical and thermal conductivity. The fate and effects of Ag nanoparticles were examined in two endobenthic species (Scrobicularia plana, Hediste diversicolor), under environmentally realistic conditions in outdoor mesocosms exposed to Ag at 10 μg L(-1) in nanoparticulate (Ag NPs) or soluble salt (AgNO3) forms for 21 days. Labile Ag was determined in water and sediment by using diffusive gradient in thin films. Ag levels were equivalent in contaminated Ag NPs mesocosms to those contaminated with the soluble form. Bioaccumulation of Ag was observed for both species exposed to either Ag in the nanoparticulate or ionic forms. Concerning biomarker responses, both soluble and nanoparticulate Ag forms, induced defenses against oxidative stress, detoxification, apoptosis, genotoxicity and immunomodulation. Nevertheless, DNA damages measured by the comet assay in the digestive gland of S. plana, and Phenoloxidase and lysozyme activities in S. plana and H. diversicolor, respectively, were higher in the presence of Ag NPs compared to soluble Ag suggesting a specific nano effect.",
keywords = "Animals, Biological Markers, Bivalvia, Ecosystem, Environmental Monitoring, Metal Nanoparticles, Polychaeta, Silver, Water Pollutants, Chemical",
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AU - Buffet, Pierre-Emmanuel

AU - Zalouk-Vergnoux, Aurore

AU - Châtel, Amélie

AU - Berthet, Brigitte

AU - Métais, Isabelle

AU - Perrein-Ettajani, Hanane

AU - Poirier, Laurence

AU - Luna-Acosta, Andrea

AU - Thomas-Guyon, Hélène

AU - Risso-de Faverney, Christine

AU - Guibbolini, Marielle

AU - Gilliland, Douglas

AU - Valsami-Jones, Eugenia

AU - Mouneyrac, Catherine

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PY - 2014/2/1

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N2 - Silver nanoparticles are widely used in a range of products and processes for their antibacterial properties, electrical and thermal conductivity. The fate and effects of Ag nanoparticles were examined in two endobenthic species (Scrobicularia plana, Hediste diversicolor), under environmentally realistic conditions in outdoor mesocosms exposed to Ag at 10 μg L(-1) in nanoparticulate (Ag NPs) or soluble salt (AgNO3) forms for 21 days. Labile Ag was determined in water and sediment by using diffusive gradient in thin films. Ag levels were equivalent in contaminated Ag NPs mesocosms to those contaminated with the soluble form. Bioaccumulation of Ag was observed for both species exposed to either Ag in the nanoparticulate or ionic forms. Concerning biomarker responses, both soluble and nanoparticulate Ag forms, induced defenses against oxidative stress, detoxification, apoptosis, genotoxicity and immunomodulation. Nevertheless, DNA damages measured by the comet assay in the digestive gland of S. plana, and Phenoloxidase and lysozyme activities in S. plana and H. diversicolor, respectively, were higher in the presence of Ag NPs compared to soluble Ag suggesting a specific nano effect.

AB - Silver nanoparticles are widely used in a range of products and processes for their antibacterial properties, electrical and thermal conductivity. The fate and effects of Ag nanoparticles were examined in two endobenthic species (Scrobicularia plana, Hediste diversicolor), under environmentally realistic conditions in outdoor mesocosms exposed to Ag at 10 μg L(-1) in nanoparticulate (Ag NPs) or soluble salt (AgNO3) forms for 21 days. Labile Ag was determined in water and sediment by using diffusive gradient in thin films. Ag levels were equivalent in contaminated Ag NPs mesocosms to those contaminated with the soluble form. Bioaccumulation of Ag was observed for both species exposed to either Ag in the nanoparticulate or ionic forms. Concerning biomarker responses, both soluble and nanoparticulate Ag forms, induced defenses against oxidative stress, detoxification, apoptosis, genotoxicity and immunomodulation. Nevertheless, DNA damages measured by the comet assay in the digestive gland of S. plana, and Phenoloxidase and lysozyme activities in S. plana and H. diversicolor, respectively, were higher in the presence of Ag NPs compared to soluble Ag suggesting a specific nano effect.

KW - Animals

KW - Biological Markers

KW - Bivalvia

KW - Ecosystem

KW - Environmental Monitoring

KW - Metal Nanoparticles

KW - Polychaeta

KW - Silver

KW - Water Pollutants, Chemical

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