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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : EEQ / estradiol equivalent concentration

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Long Form:   estradiol equivalent concentration
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2018 Detection of estrogen active compounds in hops by planar yeast estrogen screen. EAC, EEA, PN, pYES, RGP
2018 Validation of Arxula Yeast Estrogen Screen assay for detection of estrogenic activity in water samples: Results of an international interlaboratory study. A-YES, LOD
2017 Development and assays estradiol equivalent concentration from prawn (p-EEQ) in river prawn, Macrobrachium nipponense, in Taiwan. p-EEQ, SPE-ELISA, VTG
2017 Distribution and bioaccumulation of endocrine disrupting chemicals in water, sediment and fishes in a shallow Chinese freshwater lake: Implications for ecological and human health risks. BAF, EDCs, NP
2017 Mathematical modeling for estrogenic activity prediction of 17beta-estradiol and 17alpha-ethynylestradiol mixtures in wastewater treatment plants effluent. CA, WWTP
2011 Occurrence of estrogenic chemicals in South Korean surface waters and municipal wastewaters. GC-MS, NP, OP, WWTPs
2011 Screening of multiple hormonal activities in surface water and sediment from the Pearl River system, South China, using effect-directed in vitro bioassays. DEQ, FEQ, TEQ
2007 Natural and synthetic endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) in water, sediment and biota of a coastal lagoon. EDCs, MDLs
2004 Estrogenic potential of the Venice, Italy, lagoon waters. EDCs, EEFs
10  2004 Identification of estrogenic compounds in wastewater effluent. STP
11  2003 Assessment of the estrogenicity of isoflavonoids, using MCF-7-ERE-Luc cells. ---
12  2000 Input/output balance of estrogenic active compounds in a major municipal sewage plant in Germany. ---
13  2000 Quantitative assessment of estrogenic activity in the water environment of Korea by the E-SCREEN assay. ---
14  1999 Development of a sensitive E-screen assay for quantitative analysis of estrogenic activity in municipal sewage plant effluents. ---