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Applicability of Luminescent Assay Using Fresh Cells of Vibrio fischeri for Toxicity Evaluation
Journal of health science
Toxicities of antifouling chemicals and natural marine samples were evaluated by three assays, among which bioluminescence assay using freshly incubated Vibrio fischeri (V. fischeri) cells (NZ assay) and MicroTox were regarded as short-term assays, and growth inhibition assay was conducted as long-term assay. Short-term toxicity levels evaluated by NZ assay were in good agreement with those by MicroTox assay for all of the samples examined. Based on the EC 50 values of each chemical bydoi:10.1248/jhs.52.811 fatcat:xp73kzbezralnn5pff7vzzp7be