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Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters: a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues

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Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters : a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues. / González-Rubio, Soledad; Vike-Jonas, Kristine; Gonzalez, Susana V.; Ballesteros-Gómez, Ana; Sonne, Christian; Dietz, Rune; Boertmann, David; Rasmussen, Lars Maltha; Jaspers, Veerle L.B.; Asimakopoulos, Alexandros G.

I: Science of the total Environment, Bind 741, 140330, 11.2020.

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González-Rubio, S, Vike-Jonas, K, Gonzalez, SV, Ballesteros-Gómez, A, Sonne, C, Dietz, R, Boertmann, D, Rasmussen, LM, Jaspers, VLB & Asimakopoulos, AG 2020, 'Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters: a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues', Science of the total Environment, bind 741, 140330. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.140330

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González-Rubio, S., Vike-Jonas, K., Gonzalez, S. V., Ballesteros-Gómez, A., Sonne, C., Dietz, R., Boertmann, D., Rasmussen, L. M., Jaspers, V. L. B., & Asimakopoulos, A. G. (2020). Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters: a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues. Science of the total Environment, 741, [140330]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.140330

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González-Rubio S, Vike-Jonas K, Gonzalez SV, Ballesteros-Gómez A, Sonne C, Dietz R, Boertmann D, Rasmussen LM, Jaspers VLB, Asimakopoulos AG. 2020. Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters: a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues. Science of the total Environment. 741:Article 140330. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.140330

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González-Rubio S, Vike-Jonas K, Gonzalez SV, Ballesteros-Gómez A, Sonne C, Dietz R o.a. Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters: a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues. Science of the total Environment. 2020 nov;741. 140330. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.140330

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González-Rubio, Soledad ; Vike-Jonas, Kristine ; Gonzalez, Susana V. ; Ballesteros-Gómez, Ana ; Sonne, Christian ; Dietz, Rune ; Boertmann, David ; Rasmussen, Lars Maltha ; Jaspers, Veerle L.B. ; Asimakopoulos, Alexandros G. / Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters : a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues. I: Science of the total Environment. 2020 ; Bind 741.

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title = "Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters: a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues",
abstract = "Environmental exposure to bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters has received considerable attention due to the ubiquitous occurrence of these contaminants in the environment and their potential adverse health effects. The occurrence of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters is well established in human populations, but data is scarce for wildlife, and especially for raptors (birds of prey, falcons and owls). In this study, concentrations of eight bisphenols and five benzophenone UV filters were determined in six raptor tissues, including muscle, kidney, liver, brain, preen gland (uropygial gland) and adipose. The tissue samples (n = 44) were taken from dead raptor species (1997–2011), including Eurasian sparrowhawks (Accipiter nisus, n = 2) and long-eared owls (Asio otus, n = 2), both from France, and white-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla, n = 16) from Greenland. Overall, six bisphenols and four benzophenone UV filters were found in the samples. Bisphenol A (BPA), bisphenol F (BPF), benzophenone-8 (BzP-8) and 4-hydroxybenzophenone (4-OH-BzP) were the most abundant contaminants, accounting for median concentrations of 67.5, 3.01, 27.1 and 9.70 ng/g wet weight (w.w.), respectively. The potential role of the preen gland as a major excretory organ for bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters was suggested since the median sum concentration of the two contaminant classes in the white-tailed eagle tissues showed higher bioaccumulation potential in the preen gland (5.86 ng/g w.w.) than the liver (2.92) and kidney (0.71). The concentrations of these contaminants in the tissues of the three raptor species indicated a pattern of increasing detection rates and median concentrations with an increase of the species size and their expected trophic position. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first peer-reviewed study to document multiresidues of both contaminant classes in raptor tissues.",
keywords = "Benzophenone UV filters, Birds of prey, Bisphenols, Europe, Greenland, Owls",
author = "Soledad Gonz{\'a}lez-Rubio and Kristine Vike-Jonas and Gonzalez, {Susana V.} and Ana Ballesteros-G{\'o}mez and Christian Sonne and Rune Dietz and David Boertmann and Rasmussen, {Lars Maltha} and Jaspers, {Veerle L.B.} and Asimakopoulos, {Alexandros G.}",
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journal = "Science of the Total Environment",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Bioaccumulation potential of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters

T2 - a multiresidue approach in raptor tissues

AU - González-Rubio, Soledad

AU - Vike-Jonas, Kristine

AU - Gonzalez, Susana V.

AU - Ballesteros-Gómez, Ana

AU - Sonne, Christian

AU - Dietz, Rune

AU - Boertmann, David

AU - Rasmussen, Lars Maltha

AU - Jaspers, Veerle L.B.

AU - Asimakopoulos, Alexandros G.

PY - 2020/11

Y1 - 2020/11

N2 - Environmental exposure to bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters has received considerable attention due to the ubiquitous occurrence of these contaminants in the environment and their potential adverse health effects. The occurrence of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters is well established in human populations, but data is scarce for wildlife, and especially for raptors (birds of prey, falcons and owls). In this study, concentrations of eight bisphenols and five benzophenone UV filters were determined in six raptor tissues, including muscle, kidney, liver, brain, preen gland (uropygial gland) and adipose. The tissue samples (n = 44) were taken from dead raptor species (1997–2011), including Eurasian sparrowhawks (Accipiter nisus, n = 2) and long-eared owls (Asio otus, n = 2), both from France, and white-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla, n = 16) from Greenland. Overall, six bisphenols and four benzophenone UV filters were found in the samples. Bisphenol A (BPA), bisphenol F (BPF), benzophenone-8 (BzP-8) and 4-hydroxybenzophenone (4-OH-BzP) were the most abundant contaminants, accounting for median concentrations of 67.5, 3.01, 27.1 and 9.70 ng/g wet weight (w.w.), respectively. The potential role of the preen gland as a major excretory organ for bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters was suggested since the median sum concentration of the two contaminant classes in the white-tailed eagle tissues showed higher bioaccumulation potential in the preen gland (5.86 ng/g w.w.) than the liver (2.92) and kidney (0.71). The concentrations of these contaminants in the tissues of the three raptor species indicated a pattern of increasing detection rates and median concentrations with an increase of the species size and their expected trophic position. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first peer-reviewed study to document multiresidues of both contaminant classes in raptor tissues.

AB - Environmental exposure to bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters has received considerable attention due to the ubiquitous occurrence of these contaminants in the environment and their potential adverse health effects. The occurrence of bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters is well established in human populations, but data is scarce for wildlife, and especially for raptors (birds of prey, falcons and owls). In this study, concentrations of eight bisphenols and five benzophenone UV filters were determined in six raptor tissues, including muscle, kidney, liver, brain, preen gland (uropygial gland) and adipose. The tissue samples (n = 44) were taken from dead raptor species (1997–2011), including Eurasian sparrowhawks (Accipiter nisus, n = 2) and long-eared owls (Asio otus, n = 2), both from France, and white-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla, n = 16) from Greenland. Overall, six bisphenols and four benzophenone UV filters were found in the samples. Bisphenol A (BPA), bisphenol F (BPF), benzophenone-8 (BzP-8) and 4-hydroxybenzophenone (4-OH-BzP) were the most abundant contaminants, accounting for median concentrations of 67.5, 3.01, 27.1 and 9.70 ng/g wet weight (w.w.), respectively. The potential role of the preen gland as a major excretory organ for bisphenols and benzophenone UV filters was suggested since the median sum concentration of the two contaminant classes in the white-tailed eagle tissues showed higher bioaccumulation potential in the preen gland (5.86 ng/g w.w.) than the liver (2.92) and kidney (0.71). The concentrations of these contaminants in the tissues of the three raptor species indicated a pattern of increasing detection rates and median concentrations with an increase of the species size and their expected trophic position. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first peer-reviewed study to document multiresidues of both contaminant classes in raptor tissues.

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KW - Birds of prey

KW - Bisphenols

KW - Europe

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