Beate Escher
Beate Escher
Department Cell Toxicology, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
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The challenge of micropollutants in aquatic systems
RP Schwarzenbach, BI Escher, K Fenner, TB Hofstetter, CA Johnson, ...
Science 313 (5790), 1072-1077, 2006
Environmental toxicology and risk assessment of pharmaceuticals from hospital wastewater
BI Escher, R Baumgartner, M Koller, K Treyer, J Lienert, CS McArdell
Water research 45 (1), 75-92, 2011
Modes of action in ecotoxicology: their role in body burdens, species sensitivity, QSARs, and mixture effects
BI Escher, JLM Hermens
Environmental science & technology 36 (20), 4201-4217, 2002
Reducing uncertainty and confronting ignorance about the possible impacts of weathering plastic in the marine environment
A Jahnke, HPH Arp, BI Escher, B Gewert, E Gorokhova, D Kühnel, ...
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 4 (3), 85-90, 2017
Tracking complex mixtures of chemicals in our changing environment
BI Escher, HM Stapleton, EL Schymanski
Science 367 (6476), 388-392, 2020
Recent advances in environmental risk assessment of transformation products
BI Escher, K Fenner
Environmental science & technology 45 (9), 3835-3847, 2011
Benchmarking organic micropollutants in wastewater, recycled water and drinking water with in vitro bioassays
BI Escher, M Allinson, R Altenburger, PA Bain, P Balaguer, W Busch, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (3), 1940-1956, 2014
Ozonation and biological activated carbon filtration of wastewater treatment plant effluents
J Reungoat, BI Escher, M Macova, FX Argaud, W Gernjak, J Keller
Water research 46 (3), 863-872, 2012
Removal of micropollutants and reduction of biological activity in a full scale reclamation plant using ozonation and activated carbon filtration
J Reungoat, M Macova, BI Escher, S Carswell, JF Mueller, J Keller
Water research 44 (2), 625-637, 2010
Effect-directed analysis supporting monitoring of aquatic environments—an in-depth overview
W Brack, S Ait-Aissa, RM Burgess, W Busch, N Creusot, C Di Paolo, ...
Science of the Total Environment 544, 1073-1118, 2016
Screening method for ecotoxicological hazard assessment of 42 pharmaceuticals considering human metabolism and excretory routes
J Lienert, K Güdel, BI Escher
Environmental science & technology 41 (12), 4471-4478, 2007
Future water quality monitoring—Adapting tools to deal with mixtures of pollutants in water resource management
R Altenburger, S Ait-Aissa, P Antczak, T Backhaus, D Barceló, TB Seiler, ...
Science of the total environment 512, 540-551, 2015
Elimination of β-blockers in sewage treatment plants
M Maurer, BI Escher, P Richle, C Schaffner, AC Alder
Water research 41 (7), 1614-1622, 2007
IL4I1 is a metabolic immune checkpoint that activates the AHR and promotes tumor progression
A Sadik, LFS Patterson, S Öztürk, SR Mohapatra, V Panitz, PF Secker, ...
Cell 182 (5), 1252-1270. e34, 2020
Biofiltration of wastewater treatment plant effluent: Effective removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products and reduction of toxicity
J Reungoat, BI Escher, M Macova, J Keller
Water research 45 (9), 2751-2762, 2011
Peer reviewed: internal exposure: linking bioavailability to effects
BI Escher, JLM Hermens
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (23), 455A-462A, 2004
Capacities of membrane lipids to accumulate neutral organic chemicals
S Endo, BI Escher, KU Goss
Environmental science & technology 45 (14), 5912-5921, 2011
Reducing micropollutants with source control: substance flow analysis of 212 pharmaceuticals in faeces and urine
J Lienert, T Bürki, BI Escher
Water Science and Technology 56 (5), 87-96, 2007
Towards the review of the European Union Water Framework Directive: recommendations for more efficient assessment and management of chemical contamination in European surface …
W Brack, V Dulio, M Ċgerstrand, I Allan, R Altenburger, M Brinkmann, ...
Science of the Total Environment 576, 720-737, 2017
Bioanalytical tools in water quality assessment
P Neale, F Leusch, B Escher
IWA publishing, 2021
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