Harmonizing across environmental nanomaterial testing media for increased comparability of nanomaterial datasets

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Harmonizing across environmental nanomaterial testing media for increased comparability of nanomaterial datasets. / Geitner, Nicholas K.; Hendren, Christine Ogilvie; Cornelis, Geert; Kaegi, Ralf; Lead, Jamie R.; Lowry, Gregory V.; Lynch, Iseult; Nowack, Bernd; Petersen, Elijah; Bernhardt, Emily; Brown, Scott; Garidel-Thoron, Camille de; Hanson, Jaydee; Harper, Stacey; Jones, Kim; Kammer, Frank von der; Kennedy, Alan; Kidd, Justin; Matson, Cole; Metcalfe, Chris D.; Pedersen, Joel; Peijnenburg, Willie J. G. M.; Quik, Joris T. K.; Rodrigues, Sónia M.; Rose, Jerome; Sayre, Phil; Simonin, Marie; Svendsen, Claus; Tanguay, Robert; Tefenkji, Nathalie; Teunenbroek, Tom van; Thies, Gregory; Tian, Yuan; Rice, Jacelyn; Turner, Amalia; Liu, Jie; Unrine, Jason; Vance, Marina; White, Jason C.; Wiesner, Mark R.

In: Environmental Science: Nano, Vol. 7, No. 1, 01.2020, p. 13-36.

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Geitner, NK, Hendren, CO, Cornelis, G, Kaegi, R, Lead, JR, Lowry, GV, Lynch, I, Nowack, B, Petersen, E, Bernhardt, E, Brown, S, Garidel-Thoron, CD, Hanson, J, Harper, S, Jones, K, Kammer, FVD, Kennedy, A, Kidd, J, Matson, C, Metcalfe, CD, Pedersen, J, Peijnenburg, WJGM, Quik, JTK, Rodrigues, SM, Rose, J, Sayre, P, Simonin, M, Svendsen, C, Tanguay, R, Tefenkji, N, Teunenbroek, TV, Thies, G, Tian, Y, Rice, J, Turner, A, Liu, J, Unrine, J, Vance, M, White, JC & Wiesner, MR 2020, 'Harmonizing across environmental nanomaterial testing media for increased comparability of nanomaterial datasets', Environmental Science: Nano, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 13-36. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9EN00448C

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Geitner, N. K., Hendren, C. O., Cornelis, G., Kaegi, R., Lead, J. R., Lowry, G. V., Lynch, I., Nowack, B., Petersen, E., Bernhardt, E., Brown, S., Garidel-Thoron, C. D., Hanson, J., Harper, S., Jones, K., Kammer, F. V. D., Kennedy, A., Kidd, J., Matson, C., ... Wiesner, M. R. (2020). Harmonizing across environmental nanomaterial testing media for increased comparability of nanomaterial datasets. Environmental Science: Nano, 7(1), 13-36. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9EN00448C

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Geitner, Nicholas K. ; Hendren, Christine Ogilvie ; Cornelis, Geert ; Kaegi, Ralf ; Lead, Jamie R. ; Lowry, Gregory V. ; Lynch, Iseult ; Nowack, Bernd ; Petersen, Elijah ; Bernhardt, Emily ; Brown, Scott ; Garidel-Thoron, Camille de ; Hanson, Jaydee ; Harper, Stacey ; Jones, Kim ; Kammer, Frank von der ; Kennedy, Alan ; Kidd, Justin ; Matson, Cole ; Metcalfe, Chris D. ; Pedersen, Joel ; Peijnenburg, Willie J. G. M. ; Quik, Joris T. K. ; Rodrigues, Sónia M. ; Rose, Jerome ; Sayre, Phil ; Simonin, Marie ; Svendsen, Claus ; Tanguay, Robert ; Tefenkji, Nathalie ; Teunenbroek, Tom van ; Thies, Gregory ; Tian, Yuan ; Rice, Jacelyn ; Turner, Amalia ; Liu, Jie ; Unrine, Jason ; Vance, Marina ; White, Jason C. ; Wiesner, Mark R. / Harmonizing across environmental nanomaterial testing media for increased comparability of nanomaterial datasets. In: Environmental Science: Nano. 2020 ; Vol. 7, No. 1. pp. 13-36.

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abstract = "The chemical composition and properties of environmental media determine nanomaterial (NM) transport, fate, biouptake, and organism response. To compare and interpret experimental data, it is essential that sufficient context be provided for describing the physical and chemical characteristics of the setting in which a nanomaterial may be present. While the nanomaterial environmental, health and safety (NanoEHS) field has begun harmonization to allow data comparison and re-use (e.g. using standardized materials, defining a minimum set of required material characterizations), there is limited guidance for standardizing test media. Since most of the NM properties driving environmental behaviour and toxicity are medium-dependent, harmonization of media is critical. A workshop in March 2016 at Duke University identified five categories of test media: aquatic testing media, soil and sediment testing media, biological testing media, engineered systems testing media and product matrix testing media. For each category of test media, a minimum set of medium characteristics to report in all NM tests is recommended. Definitions and detail level of the recommendations for specific standardized media vary across these media categories. This reflects the variation in the maturity of their use as a test medium and associated measurement techniques, variation in utility and relevance of standardizing medium properties, ability to simplify standardizing reporting requirements, and in the availability of established standard reference media. Adoption of these media harmonization recommendations will facilitate the generation of integrated comparable datasets on NM fate and effects. This will in turn allow testing of the predictive utility of functional assay measurements on NMs in relevant media, support investigation of first principles approaches to understand behavioral mechanisms, and support categorization strategies to guide research, commercial development, and policy.",
author = "Geitner, {Nicholas K.} and Hendren, {Christine Ogilvie} and Geert Cornelis and Ralf Kaegi and Lead, {Jamie R.} and Lowry, {Gregory V.} and Iseult Lynch and Bernd Nowack and Elijah Petersen and Emily Bernhardt and Scott Brown and Garidel-Thoron, {Camille de} and Jaydee Hanson and Stacey Harper and Kim Jones and Kammer, {Frank von der} and Alan Kennedy and Justin Kidd and Cole Matson and Metcalfe, {Chris D.} and Joel Pedersen and Peijnenburg, {Willie J. G. M.} and Quik, {Joris T. K.} and Rodrigues, {S{\'o}nia M.} and Jerome Rose and Phil Sayre and Marie Simonin and Claus Svendsen and Robert Tanguay and Nathalie Tefenkji and Teunenbroek, {Tom van} and Gregory Thies and Yuan Tian and Jacelyn Rice and Amalia Turner and Jie Liu and Jason Unrine and Marina Vance and White, {Jason C.} and Wiesner, {Mark R.}",
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AU - Hendren, Christine Ogilvie

AU - Cornelis, Geert

AU - Kaegi, Ralf

AU - Lead, Jamie R.

AU - Lowry, Gregory V.

AU - Lynch, Iseult

AU - Nowack, Bernd

AU - Petersen, Elijah

AU - Bernhardt, Emily

AU - Brown, Scott

AU - Garidel-Thoron, Camille de

AU - Hanson, Jaydee

AU - Harper, Stacey

AU - Jones, Kim

AU - Kammer, Frank von der

AU - Kennedy, Alan

AU - Kidd, Justin

AU - Matson, Cole

AU - Metcalfe, Chris D.

AU - Pedersen, Joel

AU - Peijnenburg, Willie J. G. M.

AU - Quik, Joris T. K.

AU - Rodrigues, Sónia M.

AU - Rose, Jerome

AU - Sayre, Phil

AU - Simonin, Marie

AU - Svendsen, Claus

AU - Tanguay, Robert

AU - Tefenkji, Nathalie

AU - Teunenbroek, Tom van

AU - Thies, Gregory

AU - Tian, Yuan

AU - Rice, Jacelyn

AU - Turner, Amalia

AU - Liu, Jie

AU - Unrine, Jason

AU - Vance, Marina

AU - White, Jason C.

AU - Wiesner, Mark R.

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N2 - The chemical composition and properties of environmental media determine nanomaterial (NM) transport, fate, biouptake, and organism response. To compare and interpret experimental data, it is essential that sufficient context be provided for describing the physical and chemical characteristics of the setting in which a nanomaterial may be present. While the nanomaterial environmental, health and safety (NanoEHS) field has begun harmonization to allow data comparison and re-use (e.g. using standardized materials, defining a minimum set of required material characterizations), there is limited guidance for standardizing test media. Since most of the NM properties driving environmental behaviour and toxicity are medium-dependent, harmonization of media is critical. A workshop in March 2016 at Duke University identified five categories of test media: aquatic testing media, soil and sediment testing media, biological testing media, engineered systems testing media and product matrix testing media. For each category of test media, a minimum set of medium characteristics to report in all NM tests is recommended. Definitions and detail level of the recommendations for specific standardized media vary across these media categories. This reflects the variation in the maturity of their use as a test medium and associated measurement techniques, variation in utility and relevance of standardizing medium properties, ability to simplify standardizing reporting requirements, and in the availability of established standard reference media. Adoption of these media harmonization recommendations will facilitate the generation of integrated comparable datasets on NM fate and effects. This will in turn allow testing of the predictive utility of functional assay measurements on NMs in relevant media, support investigation of first principles approaches to understand behavioral mechanisms, and support categorization strategies to guide research, commercial development, and policy.

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