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Thomas Backhaus

Professor

Thomas Backhaus
Professor
thomas.backhaus@bioenv.gu.se
+46 31 786 2734

Postal Address: Box 461, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Carl Skottsbergs gata 22B , 41319 Göteborg


Department of Biological & Environmental Sciences (More Information)
Box 463
405 30 Göteborg
www.bioenv.gu.se
bioenv@bioenv.gu.se
Visiting Address: Medicinaregatan 18 , 413 90 Göteborg

About Thomas Backhaus

Latest publications

Improved component-based methods for mixture risk assessment are key to characterize complex chemical pollution in surface waters
L. Posthuma, R. Altenburger, Thomas Backhaus, A. Kortenkamp, C. Muller et al.
Environmental Sciences Europe, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Modelling vs. experimental testing of chemical toxicity of environmental mixtures of pesticides on freshwater algae
Anton Sandblom, Thomas Backhaus, Natàlia Corcoll
SETAC Helsinki - SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting, 26 - 30 May 2019, Helsinki, Finland, Poster 2019
Poster

Overview of known plastic packaging-associated chemicals and their hazards.
Ksenia J Groh, Thomas Backhaus, Bethanie Carney Almroth, Birgit Geueke, Pedro Inostroza et al.
The Science of the Total Environment, Review article 2019
Review article

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2009

REACH missar nano!
Martin Hassellöv, Thomas Backhaus, Sverker Molander
Miljöforskning, Magazine article 2009
Magazine article

Interactions in pharmaceutical mixtures -a challenge for predictive mixture ecotoxicology?
Sara Brosché, Thomas Backhaus
Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry annual meeting, 31 May-4 June, Göteborg, Sweden, Conference paper 2009
Conference paper

Analysis of behavior and toxicity to Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata of Titanium Dioxide nanoparticles
Julian A. Gallego-Urrea, Martin Hassellöv, Thomas Backhaus, Jenny Perez-Holmberg, Henrik Johansson et al.
4th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials. Vienna, Austria, September 2009, Poster 2009
Poster

Single substance and mixture toxicity of 5 pharmaceuticals and personal care products to marine periphyton communities
Thomas Backhaus, Tobias Porsbring, Åsa Arrhenius, Hans Blanck
On Toxicant-Induced Succession in Periphyton Communities: Effects of Single Chemicals and Chemical Mixtures. Ph.D. thesis, Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Magazine article 2009
Magazine article

Mixture toxicity from PSII inhibitors on microalgal community succession is predictable by Concentration Addition
Tobias Porsbring, Thomas Backhaus, Per Johansson, Mats Kuylenstierna, Hans Blanck
On Toxicant-Induced Succession in Periphyton Communities: Effects of Single Chemicals and Chemical Mixtures. Ph.D. thesis, Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Magazine article 2009
Magazine article

Toxic masking and synergistic modulation of the estrogenic activity of chemical mixtures in a yeast estrogen screen (YES).
Tobias Frische, Michael Faust, Wiebke Meyer, Thomas Backhaus
Environmental science and pollution research international, Journal article 2009
Journal article

Mixture toxicity of 180 binary combinations of seven different antifouling agents to microbial communities - synergistic, additivite or antagonistic effects?
Åsa Arrhenius, Thomas Backhaus, Åke Granmo, Annelie Hilvarsson, Katherine Langford et al.
the SETAC Europe 19th Annual Meeting in Göteborg May until 4 June 2009, Göteborg, Sweden (oral presentation), Conference paper 2009
Conference paper

A cocktail of fungicides – Demethylase inhibitors and their mixture toxicity to the crustacean Daphnia magna
Enken Hassold, Thomas Backhaus
Annual SETAC Europe Conference, Den Haag, 2006 (oral presentation), Conference paper 2009
Conference paper

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