Air and environmental pollution
Characterisation and evaluation of chemical composition and potential genotoxicity of atmospheric particles and nanoparticles in large urban areas.
(Environmental genotoxicity markers)
Determination of the genotoxic potential of soil contaminated by heavy metals (Pb, Cd) and leachate from industrial waste.
(PARTICulate matter Lung cancer Effects)
Exposure to traffic-related urban air pollution particulate matter and lung carcinogenesis: identifying new relevant underlying mechanisms in susceptible experimental models
Toxicological assessment (ecotoxicity, genotoxicity, endocrine disruption) for green label ‘biodegradable and compostable’ food packaging.
Assessment of the toxicological impacts of fine particles (PM 2.5) and nanoparticles of environmental origin in the pathogenesis of chronic bronchopneumopathies (COPD, asthma).
In vivo research of the potential implications of particulate air pollution in lung carcinogenesis.
Nanoparticulate air pollutants: identification, physicochemical characterisation and testing for biomarkers of pulmonary pathogenicity.
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