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    • Biological responses in fish exposed to municipal wastewater treatment plant effluent in situ 

      Tetreault, G .R.; Kleywegt, S.; Marjan, P.; Bragg, L.; Arlos, M.; Fuzzen, Meghan; Smith, B.; Moon, T.; Massarsky, A.; Metcalfe, C.; Oakes, K.; McMaster, M. E.; Servos, Mark. R. (IWA Publishing, 2021-04-16)
      Effluents from municipal wastewater treatment plants (MWTPs) are complex mixtures of chemicals including endocrine-disrupting compounds (EDCs) and 17α-ethynylestradiol (EE2). The objective of this study was to evaluate ...
    • Community Surveillance of Omicron in Ontario: Wastewater-based Epidemiology Comes of Age 

      Arts, Eric; Brown, Stephen; Bulir, David; Charles, Trevor C.; DeGroot, Christopher T.; Delatolla, Robert; Desaulniers, Jean-Paul; Edwards, Elizabeth A.; Fuzzen, Meghan; Gilbride, Kimberly; Gilchrist, Jodi; Goodridge, Lawrence; Graber, Tyson E.; Habash, Marc; Jüni, Peter; Kirkwood, Andrea; Knockleby, James; Kyle, Christopher; Landgraff, Chrystal; Mangat, Chand; Manuel, Douglas G.; McKay, R. Michael; Mejia, Edgard; Mloszewska, Aleksandra; Ormeci, Banu; Oswald, Claire; Payne, Sarah Jane; Peng, Hui; Peterson, Shelley; Poon, Art F. Y.; Servos, Mark. R.; Simmons, Denina; Sun, Jianxian; Yang, Minqing; Ybazeta, Gustavo (Research Square, 2022-03-15)
      Wastewater-based surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 RNA has been implemented at building, neighbourhood, and city levels throughout the world. Implementation strategies and analysis methods differ, but they all aim to provide rapid ...
    • Modeling the exposure of wild fish to endocrine active chemicals: Potential linkages of total estrogenicity to field-observed intersex 

      Arlos, Maricor J.; Parker, Wayne J.; Bicudo, José R.; Law, Pam; Hicks, Keegan A.; Fuzzen, Meghan; Andrews, Susan A.; Servos, Mark. R. (Elsevier, 2018-08-01)
      Decades of studies on endocrine disruption have suggested the need to manage the release of key estrogens from municipal wastewater treatment plants (WWTP). However, the proposed thresholds are below the detection limits ...
    • Multiple Stressors in the Environment: The Effects of Exposure to an Antidepressant (Venlafaxine) and Increased Temperature on Zebrafish Metabolism 

      Mehdi, Hossein; Bragg, Leslie M.; Servos, Mark R.; Craig, Paul M. (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2019-11-19)
      Aquatic organisms are continuously exposed to multiple environmental stressors working cumulatively to alter ecosystems. Wastewater-dominated environments are often riddled by a myriad of stressors, such as chemical and ...
    • The Reproductive Effects of Municipal Wastewater Effluents 

      Van Der Kraak, Glen; Matsumoto, Jacquie; Schilling, Cory; Servos, Mark R. (University of Guelph, 2017-03-01)
      There is a growing concern that pharmaceuticals and other chemicals present in the effluents (sewage discharged into a river) from municipal wastewater treatment plants enter the aquatic environment, where they may affect ...
    • Wastewater to clinical case (WC) ratio of COVID-19 identifies insufficient clinical testing, onset of new variants of concern and population immunity in urban communities 

      D'Aoust, Patrick M.; Tian, Xin; Towhid, Syeda Tasneem; Xiao, Amy; Mercier, Elisabeth; Hegazy, Nada; Jia, Jian-Jun; Wan, Shen; Kabir, Md Pervez; Fang, Wanting; Fuzzen, Meghan; Hasing, Maria; Yang, Minqing Ivy; Sun, Jianxian; Plaza-Diaz, Julio; Zhang, Zhihao; Cowan, Aaron; Eid, Walaa; Stephenson, Sean; Servos, Mark. R.; Wade, Matthew J.; MacKenzie, Alex E.; Peng, Hui; Edwards, Elizabeth A.; Alm, Eric J.; Graber, Tyson E.; Delatolla, Robert (medRxiv, 2022-04-20)
      Clinical testing has been the cornerstone of public health monitoring and infection control efforts in communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. With the extant and anticipated reduction of clinical testing as the ...


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