alexa Baylor Toxicologist Identifies Pharmaceutical Contaminants in Texas Waters, Fish

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Baylor Toxicologist Identifies Pharmaceutical Contaminants in Texas Waters, Fish

Pharmaceutical contaminants found in tissues of fish got downstream from urban zones in a north Texas waterway could bring about behavioral changes in fish that effect their capacity to make due, as indicated by exploration by a Baylor University toxicologist. Community for Reservoir and Aquatic Systems Research, has measured fluoxetine, a fixing in antidepressants, in fish from Pecan Creek, north of Dallas. Fluoxetine is not controlled by EPA regulations for treated wastewater.

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