Hypoxia depresses CYP1A induction and enhances DNA damage, but has minimal effects on antioxidant responses in sheepshead minnow (Cyprinodon variegatus) larvae exposed to dispersed crude oil – Research at the Nicholas School
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Hypoxia depresses CYP1A induction and enhances DNA damage, but has minimal effects on antioxidant responses in sheepshead minnow (Cyprinodon variegatus) larvae exposed to dispersed crude oil

Dasgupta, S., R.T. Di Giulio, B. Drollette, D. Plata, B.J. Brownawell, and A.E. McElroy. 2016. Aquatic Toxicology 177:250-260.

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