NewsPlastic nanoparticles make larval zebrafish
hyperactive

24th October 2019by admin0
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Nanoplastics influence the behaviour of larval
zebrafish, says new research by the Institute of Biology Leiden
(IBL) and the Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML). The
researchers observed that a certain type of nanoparticles leads to
stress reactions in the sugar balance, resulting in hyperactivity
in the fish larvae. The study was published on 18 October in Nature
Communications Biology.

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