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Insights into the nature of uranium target proteins within zebrafish gills after chronic and acute waterborne exposures: Uranium target proteins in zebrafish gills

Abstract : New data on the nature of the protein targets of uranium (U) within zebrafish gills were collected after waterborne exposure, with the aim of a better understanding of U toxicity mechanisms. Some common characteristics of the U protein target binding properties were found, such as their role in the regulation of other essential metals and their phosphorus content. In total, 21 potential protein targets, including hemoglobin, are identified and discussed in terms of the literature.
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Guillaume Bucher, Sandra Mounicou, Olivier Simon, Magali Floriani, Ryszard Lobinski, et al.. Insights into the nature of uranium target proteins within zebrafish gills after chronic and acute waterborne exposures: Uranium target proteins in zebrafish gills. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Wiley, 2016, 35 (3), pp.736--741. ⟨10.1002/etc.3249⟩. ⟨hal-01498746⟩

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