Bernd Sures
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Environmental parasitology: relevancy of parasites in monitoring environmental pollution
B Sures
Trends in parasitology 20 (4), 170-177, 2004
Impacts of multiple stressors on freshwater biota across spatial scales and ecosystems
S Birk, D Chapman, L Carvalho, BM Spears, HE Andersen, C Argillier, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (8), 1060-1068, 2020
Parasite responses to pollution: what we know and where we go in ‘Environmental Parasitology’
B Sures, M Nachev, C Selbach, DJ Marcogliese
Parasites & vectors 10, 1-19, 2017
Parasites as accumulation indicators of heavy metal pollution
B Sures, R Siddall, H Taraschewski
Parasitology Today 15 (1), 16-21, 1999
Can parasites really reveal environmental impact?
VM Vidal-Martinez, D Pech, B Sures, ST Purucker, R Poulin
Trends in parasitology 26 (1), 44-51, 2010
Accumulation of heavy metals by intestinal helminths in fish: an overview and perspective
B Sures
Parasitology 126 (7), S53-S60, 2003
The use of fish parasites as bioindicators of heavy metals in aquatic ecosystems: a review
B Sures
Aquatic Ecology 35, 245-255, 2001
Pomphorhynchus laevis: the intestinal acanthocephalan as a lead sink for its fish host, chub (Leuciscus cephalus)
B Sures, R Siddall
Experimental Parasitology 93 (2), 66-72, 1999
Environmental parasitology. Interactions between parasites and pollutants in the aquatic environment
B Sures
Parasite 15 (3), 434-438, 2008
First report on the uptake of automobile catalyst emitted palladium by European eels (Anguilla anguilla) following experimental exposure to road dust
B Sures, S Zimmermann, J Messerschmidt, A Von Bohlen, F Alt
Environmental Pollution 113 (3), 341-345, 2001
Cephalosporin antibiotics in the aquatic environment: A critical review of occurrence, fate, ecotoxicity and removal technologies
AR Ribeiro, B Sures, TC Schmidt
Environmental pollution 241, 1153-1166, 2018
How parasitism and pollution affect the physiological homeostasis of aquatic hosts
B Sures
Journal of helminthology 80 (2), 151-157, 2006
The intestinal parasite Pomphorhynchus laevis (Acanthocephala) from barbel as a bioindicator for metal pollution in the Danube River near Budapest, Hungary
F Thielen, S Zimmermann, F Baska, H Taraschewski, B Sures
Environmental Pollution 129 (3), 421-429, 2004
Review of hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD) with a focus on legislation and recent publications concerning toxicokinetics and-dynamics
C Koch, T Schmidt-Kötters, R Rupp, B Sures
Environmental Pollution 199, 26-34, 2015
Host–parasite interactions in polluted environments
B Sures
Journal of fish Biology 73 (9), 2133-2142, 2008
Cadmium concentrations in two adult acanthocephalans,Pomphorhynchus laevis andAcanthocephalus lucii, as compared with their fish hosts and cadmium and lead levels …
B Sures, H Taraschewski
Parasitology Research 81, 494-497, 1995
Molecular prospecting for European Diplostomum (Digenea: Diplostomidae) reveals cryptic diversity
S Georgieva, M Soldánová, A Pérez-del-Olmo, DR Dangel, J Sitko, ...
International Journal for Parasitology 43 (1), 57-72, 2013
Influence of platinum, palladium and rhodium as compared with cadmium, nickel and chromium on cell viability and oxidative stress in human bronchial epithelial cells
M Schmid, S Zimmermann, HF Krug, B Sures
Environment international 33 (3), 385-390, 2007
Swimmer's itch: etiology, impact, and risk factors in Europe
M Soldánová, C Selbach, M Kalbe, A Kostadinova, B Sures
Trends in parasitology 29 (2), 65-74, 2013
Concentrations of 17 elements in the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha), in different tissues of perch (Perca fluviatilis), and in perch intestinal parasites (Acanthocephalus …
B Sures, W Steiner, M Rydlo, H Taraschewski
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 18 (11 …, 1999
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