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R&D et collaborative
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  LABORATOIRE
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  en Europe
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Perturbateurs Endocriniens

ATHENA


European Consortium aims to mobilise the scientific progress made in recent years to develop and validate new OCDE methods for thyroid hormone axis disrupting-chemicals. Watchfrog Laboratory will develop the automation of its XETA test, TG OECD 248.

Partners:
Brunel University London, Danmarks Tekniske University, Charite University Berlin, CNRS, Stiching VU, Karolinska Institute, Karlstads University, Erasmus University center Rotterdam.

Financing:
European Union’s Horizon 2020

THYROGENOX


Screening of the activity of plant protection products on thyroid hormones signaling.
Amphibian models are combined with toxicogenomics approaches to study possible impacts on neurodevelopment.



Partners:
Laboratoire Watchfrog, ENS of Lyon

Financing:
ANSES

SVEH (Hospital Water Monitoring)


The aim of SVEH was to create a mobile platform to monitor industrial waste water, in particular in the context of hospital and healthcare institutions. A laboratory van has been built integrating bioassays and innovative chemical analytical tools. It is available for measuring the environmental impact of chemical pollution of water.

Partners:
Laboratoire Watchfrog, TOXEM, PROFILOMIC, ALYXAN, Centre Hospitalier Sud Francilien d’Evry, PIREN SEINE, UNIV BORDEAUX 1 UMR CNRS EPOC, UNIV PARIS-SUD EQUIPE SPE UMR 8079, NOVA GREEN

Financing:
AP ECO INDUSTRIE (Ministry of Industry)

SOLUTIONS


European consortium to achieve the development of methods and strategies to help the authorities defining new water and environmental regulation to address chemical pollution. This consortium has published many guidance documents describing methodologies and suggesting how and when to apply these approaches.



Partners :
UFZ, Deltares, EI, IVL, JRC, KWR, Eawag, NIVA, LMC, OEKO, SU, RIVM, Alterra, CSIC, FB, Brunel, VITO, UNOL, Watchfrog, UNSPMF, MAXX, INERIS, UU, SYNCHEM, UOB, ULIV, ICPDR, DYNEX, NJU, RWTH, MU, Mermayde, IPB, HAM, UGOT, KOCMOC, UB, UQ, UNICAMP, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Financing :
UE FP7

TOXSYN


Development of tools to study combination and low dose effects of endocrine active substances.
Focus on endocrine mechanisms related to the nuclear receptors PPAR and PXR known to be involved in physiological responses to drugs.

Partners:
Laboratoire Watchfrog, CNRS, ENS of Lyon, Inserm, University of Montpellier

Financing:
ANR


AMBRe (Alternative Models for Brain Research)


The aim of AMBRe was to develop amphibian models of neurodegenerative lesions to contribute towards screening of therapeutic drugs. The results of the project have led to the establishment of a service for the screening of drug candidates for neurodegenerative diseases.



Partners :
Laboratoire Watchfrog, CNRS, INSERM, Museum of Natural History, University of Orsay

Financing :
FUI (Ministry of Industry, IDF Region, Essonne Department)

THYPEST


Testing of the activity of two plant protection products on thyroid hormones signaling.
Amphibian models are combined with behavioral observations, histology, and gene expression approaches.

Partners:
Laboratoire Watchfrog, CNRS / Museum of Natural History

Financing:
ANSES




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