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Risk Assessment for Quaternary Ammonium Compounds (QAC).

Abstract
Risk Assessment for Quaternary Ammonium Compounds (QAC).
Project leader
Grillitsch Britta
Duration
01.01.03-31.12.05
Type of Research
Applied research
Vetmed Research Units
Institute for Medical Biochemistry
Projekt partner
Technische Universität Wien, Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Wien, Austria
Universität für Bodenkultur, Gregor Mendel Strasse 33, A Wien, Austria
Funded by
BM für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft - Ö, Wien, Austria
4 Publications

Grillitsch, B; Kreuzinger, N; Gans, O; Kucera-Hirzinger, V; Lesueur, C; Uhl, M; Zornig, H; Untersteiner, H; Scharf, S; Fuerhacker, M (2006): Aquatic ecotoxicity of quaternary ammonium compounds. 12th Symposium of the Austrian Pharmacological Society (APHAR), Vienna, Austria, Austria, November 23-25, 2006. Pharmacology (78), 3 155-155.

Ferk, F; Misík, M; Hoelzl, C; Uhl, M; Fuerhacker, M; Grillitsch, B; Parzefall, W; Nersesyan, A; Micieta, K; Grummt, T; Ehrlich, V; Knasmüller, S (2007): Benzalkonium chloride (BAC) and dimethyldioctadecyl-ammonium bromide (DDAB), two common quaternary ammonium compounds, cause genotoxic effects in mammalian and plant cells at environmentally relevant concentrations. Mutagenesis. 2007; 22(6):363-370
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Fuerhacker, M; Kreuzinger, N; Uhl, M; Gans, O; Grillitsch, B (2005): Quaternary Ammonium Compounds: exposure and effect characterisation for waste water and surface water in Austria. EMCO (Emerging Contaminants) Workshop: Analysis and removal of contaminants from wastewaters for the implementation of the Water Framework Directive, Dubrovnik, 20.-21.10.2005. EMCO (Emerging Contaminants) Workshop: Analysis and removal of contaminants from wastewaters for the implementation of the Water Framework Directive, Dubrovnik, 20.-21.10.2005.

Grillitsch, B (2005): Quaternäre Ammoniumverbindungen - Wirkungsanalyse. Uni Vet Wien Report (2005), 3 4-4.

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