BioDetectors Conference 2016

The following presentations from the BioDetectors conference 2016 are now available:  



Introduction BioDetectors 2016

A. Brouwer

Current acceptance of in vitro toxicology tools and future prospects

C. Eskes

Toxicity profiling and effect-based safety assessment

B. v.d. Burg

Endocrine active substances in toys

C. Kirchnawy

DR-CALUX Remediation worker monitoring in Switzerland

L. Dubugnon

Occupational health & consumer products CALUX applications

V. Perret

Transcriptomic gender differences in newborns


Human monitoring in Tanzania

B. Müller

Regulatory acceptance & AOPs

R. FitzGerald

Toxicity profiles of heterocyclic aromatic amines

B. Seeger / P. Steinberg

Latest developments in bioassays combined with planar chromatography

G. Morlock

Current status and recent research for the official approval and use of the dioxin bioassays in Japan

G. Suzuki

The use of bioassays for process optimalization of waste water treatment plants

A. Simon

New developments in estrogen and EDC monitoring and regulatory options for surface and waste water quality management

R. Kase

DEMEAU project highlights

E. Simon

Waste water treatment and bioassays

P. Välitalo

Global Tour by CALUX – The last 365 days

P. Behnisch

Direct bioautography directly combined with mass spectrometry

G. Morlock

HPTLC: Faster, cheaper and more reliable, is also the best solution for biodetection

P. Bernard-Savary

Comprehensive safety screening of substances in European waste and surface waterbodies using a large panel of 25 CALUX bioassays


Validation and regulatory acceptance of bio-based (CALUX) analysis of endocrine disruptors


Application of the PPARy2 –CALUX assay to the biological detection of endocrine active chemicals

K. Fussell

Is there an added value to the incorporation of a metabolizing system in biodetection assays for endocrine active substances?

J. Mollergues

Degradation of halogenated xenobiotics by laccase-producing fungi isolated from Vietnam forests


The development of a panel of bacterial reporter strains for the detection of antimicrobial compounds at sub-inhibitory levels


Development of a simple system for on-site detection of hydrogen peroxide

J. Sauvain

Evaluation of toxic activities of selected nitrogen-containing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons PANH compared with their PAH analogues using in vitro cell-based bioassays


Bio-indicators monitoring of tertiary treatment performance for the removal of micro-pollutants from urban wastewater

G. Lemkine

Application of different reporter-gene assays for the determination of estrogen and androgen active substances of ozone treated hospital wastewater

L. Gehrmann