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作者:Luca Pretali , Michela Saracino ...
来源:[J].Radiation Physics and Chemistry(IF 1.375), 2017, Vol.141, pp.118-124
摘要:Abstract(#br)The performances of remediation processes initiated by ionizing radiation on ofloxacin are investigated in ambient conditions. The effectiveness of the decomposition of ofloxacin has been assessed both by γ-rays and electron beam in various aqueous solutions dif...
作者:Luca Pretali , Letizia Bernardo ...
来源:[J].Phytochemistry(IF 3.05), 2016, Vol.130, pp.56-63
摘要:Abstract(#br)Natural pesticides have attracted substantial interest due to the increase in organic agriculture and enhanced attention to environmental pollution. Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria (PGPB) are applied for both disease control and growth enhancement; PGPBs are known to...
作者:Luca Pretali , Elida Nora Ferri
来源:[J].Chemosphere(IF 3.137), 2015, Vol.134, pp.313-318
摘要:Abstract(#br)The photodegradation of Ciprofloxacin (CIP), Enrofloxacin (ENR), Danofloxacin (DAN), Marbofloxacin (MAR) and Levofloxacin (LEV), five widely used fluoroquinolones (FQs), was studied in urban WWTP secondary effluent, under solar light. The degradation profiles an...
作者:... Nicola Cimino , David Kane , Luca Pretali
来源:[J].International Journal of Mass Spectrometry(IF 2.142), 2015, Vol.392, pp.16-22
摘要:Abstract(#br)Triple quadrupole mass spectrometry (QqQ) is the most popular and widely used technique used to analyze pesticide residues in food and environmental compartments. However, recent advances in quadrupole-time-of-flight mass spectrometry (Q-TOF) may lead to this ap...
作者:Luca Pretali , Lorenzo Malavasi ...
来源:[J].Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, A: Chemistry(IF 2.416), 2015, Vol.299, pp.103-109
摘要:Abstract(#br)Fluoroquinolone antibiotics (FQs) are important “emerging” micropollutants, and their environmental diffusion is an issue of great concern. In this study, the photochemical degradation of marbofloxacin (MAR) and enrofloxacin (ENR) adsorbed on montmorillonite (MM...
作者:Luca Pretali , Elisa Fasani ...
来源:[J].Tetrahedron Letters(IF 2.397), 2010, Vol.51 (36), pp.4696-4698
摘要:Abstract(#br)The veterinary antimicrobial Marbofloxacin undergoes none of the general photoreactions of fluoroquinolones. Irradiation rather leads to homolytic cleavage of the N–N bond and loss of a fragment to give a phenoxy radical. The final products result from the dimer...
作者:Luca Pretali , Elisa Fasani ...
来源:[J].Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, B: Biology(IF 3.11), 2014, Vol.140, pp.57-68
摘要:Abstract(#br)The photobehavior of ciprofloxacin, lomefloxacin and ofloxacin fluoroquinolones was investigated using several in vitro methods to assess their cytotoxic, antiproliferative, and genotoxic potential against two human cancer cell lines. We focused our attention on the ...
作者:Luca Pretali , Antonella Profumo ...
来源:[J].Water Research(IF 4.655), 2012, Vol.46 (17), pp.5575-5582
摘要:Abstract(#br)The widespread presence of fluoroquinolone antibiotics (FQs) in natural ecosystems is a health hazard for humans and other living organisms. The role of sunlight in degrading FQs present in environmental waters has been studied. In particular, the photodegradati...
作者:Luca Pretali , Elisa Fasani
来源:[J].Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, A: Chemistry(IF 2.416), 2013, Vol.265, pp.41-48
摘要:Abstract(#br)Two non zwitterionic analogues of fluoroquinolone drugs, viz. 1-ethyl-7-piperidino-8-fluoroquinol-4-one-3-carboxylic acid and 1-ethyl-7-piperidino-6,8-difluoroquinol-4-one-3-carboxylic acids have been synthesized and their photochemistry has been investigated. Both c...
作者:Luca Pretali , Elisa Fasani
来源:[J].Chemosphere(IF 3.137), 2011, Vol.86 (2), pp.130-137
摘要:Abstract(#br)Marbofloxacin (MAR) and Enrofloxacin (ENR), two largely employed veterinary Fluoroquinolones (FQs), were found to be present at the micrograms per kilogram level in agricultural soils of South Lombardy (Italy) several months after manuring. Distribution coeffici...

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