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Fischereiökologie

DAIMON Toolbox Fact Sheet Table

ALL Fact Sheets 

1: Munitions detection and identification

1.1: Munition detection procedure with a hydroacoustic and magnetometry equipment

1.2: Identification and visual inspection of detected munitions-like objects

1.3: Munitions identification via Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA)

 

2: Hazardous substances

2.1: Chemical analysis of CWA-related compounds in sediment with LC-MS/MS

2.2: Chemical analysis of CWAs and degradation products in sediment with GC-MS/MS

2.3: Chemical analysis of conventional munitions in sediment with GC-MS/MS

2.4: Chemical analysis of CWA-related compounds in pore water with LC-MS/MS

2.5: Chemical analysis of CWA-related phenylarsenic chemicals in bile

2.6: Chemical analysis of CWA-related phenylarsenic chemicals in cut fillet

2.7: Chemical analysis of CWA-related phenylarsenic chemicals in fish liver

2.8: Chemical analysis of CWA-related phenylarsenic chemicals in fish gills

2.9: Chemical analysis of CWA-related phenylarsenic chemicals in mussel soft tissue

2.10: Extraction of explosives and metabolites from fish bile

2.11: Analysis of explosives and metabolites via HPLC-QQQ-MS

 

3: Biological effects

3.1: Sampling of wild fish

3.3: Homogenisation of fish liver and mussel digestive gland tissues

3.4: Homogenisation of fish muscle and mussel gill tissues

3.5: Fulton’s Condition Factor (CF) in Fish

3.6: Condition Index (CI)

3.7: Hepatosomatic Index (HSI) in Fish

3.8: Glycogen – accumulation of primary energy reserve in mussels

3.9: Hematology – blood glucose level

3.10: Lipid peroxidation

3.11: Superoxide dismutase activity

3.12: Catalase activity

3.13: Glutathione peroxidase activity

3.14: Glutathione reductase

3.15: Glutathione S-transferase activity

3.16: Externally visible fish diseases (EVFD)

3.17: Fish liver histopathology

3.18: Lysosome membrane stability

3.19: Lipofuscinosis – pathological accumulation of lysosomal lipofuscin

3.20: Lipidosis – pathological accumulation of neutral lipids

3.21: Hematology - erythrocytes, hemoglobin, hematocrit and leucocrit

3.22: Hematology - differential white blood cell count

3.24: Acetylcholinesterase inhibition

3.25: Macroscopic liver neoplasms (MLN)

3.26: Micronucleus Assay (MN)

3.27: Gene transcription

 

4: Other approaches

4.1: The mussel caging approach

4.2: The fish caging approach

4.3: Zebrafish embryo acute toxicity test (FET)

4.4: Comet Assay (applied to zebrafish embryos)

4.5: Mussels lab exposure to warfare agents

4.6: Fluorescence assay for the detection of the activity of ABC transporters induced by toxicants