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2020 Acetylbritannilactone attenuates contrast-induced acute kidney injury through its anti-pyroptosis effects. ABL, ASC, CI-AKI, CM, GSDMD, IL, LDH, NLRP3, PI
2020 Resolving the kinetic and intrinsic constraints of heat-activated peroxydisulfate oxidation of iopromide in aqueous solution. AOPs, PDS
2019 Detection of artificial sweeteners and iodinated X-ray contrast media in wastewater via LC-MS/MS and their potential use as anthropogenic tracers in flowing waters. ACE, AS, DTZ, ICM, WWTP
2019 Improved reductive transformation of iopromide by magnetite containing reduced graphene oxide nanosacks as electron shuttles. HRTEM, MNP, MrGO-N
2018 Novel application of magnetic nano-carbon composite as redox mediator in the reductive biodegradation of iopromide in anaerobic continuous systems. HPLC-MS, MNS, UASB
2017 Tailoring partially reduced graphene oxide as redox mediator for enhanced biotransformation of iopromide under methanogenic and sulfate-reducing conditions. GO, rGO, RM
2016 Immobilization of biogenic Pd(0) in anaerobic granular sludge for the biotransformation of recalcitrant halogenated pollutants in UASB reactors. 3-CNB, HPLC-MS, UASB
2016 Photodecomposition of iodinated contrast media and subsequent formation of toxic iodinated moieties during final disinfection with chlorinated oxidants. HOI, I-DBPs, ICM, NOM
2014 Biodegradation of the X-ray contrast agent iopromide and the fluoroquinolone antibiotic ofloxacin by the white rot fungus Trametes versicolor in hospital wastewaters and identification of degradation products. HWW, OFLOX, TPs
10  2014 Co-metabolic oxidation of pharmaceutical compounds by a nitrifying bacterial enrichment. AMO, CBZ, DXM, IBP, KTP
11  2014 [Study on the iopromide-degrading characteristics of strain Pseudomonas sp. I-24 via co-metabolism]. ETSA
12  2011 Sorption of carbamazepine, 17alpha-ethinylestradiol, iopromide and trimethoprim to biomass involves interactions with exocellular polymeric substances. CBZ, EPS, NAS, TMP