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Analysis of emerging and related pollutants in aquatic biota

AuthorsÁlvarez-Ruiz, R.; Picó, Yolanda
KeywordsAquatic biota
Liquid chromatography
Gas chromatography
Lipids removal
Issue DateMar-2020
CitationTrends in Analytical Chemistry 25: e00082 (2020)
AbstractWater bodies cover approximately 70 % of the earth s surface, making them ecosystems with a high environmental value and the habitat for numerous species of flora and fauna. Emerging pollutants (EPs) are ubiquitous anthropogenic compounds of environmental concern that can be found at different concentration levels in matrices such as sediment, water and aquatic biota. In addition, EPs can be bioaccumulated and biomagnified, inducing adverse effects on biota, and posing a risk to humans when contaminated biota is consumed. Unlike abiotic matrices, the occurrence of EPs in aquatic biota has not been widely studied. This is probably because their complexity, due to the presence of lipids, proteins and other organic compounds, makes the extraction and analysis of EPs difficult. This review gathers the most relevant analytical methods published between 2014 and 2019, comparing them and evaluating their strengths and weaknesses. It is intended to provide a better understanding of the development of new and improved methods, and to be a reference for researchers who are looking for the best methodology for their studies
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.teac.2020.e00082
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