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Lebrun J, Leroy D, Giusti A, Gourlay-Francé C, Thomé J-P.  2014.  Bioaccumulation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in Gammarus pulex: Relative importance of different exposure routes and multipathway modeling. Aquatic Toxicology. 154:107-113.
Urien N, Uher E, Billoir E., Geffard O, Fechner LC, Lebrun J.  2015.  A biodynamic model predicting waterborne lead bioaccumulation in Gammarus pulex: Influence of water chemistry and in situ validation. Environmental Pollution. 203:22-30.
Lebrun J, Ayrault S, Drouet A, Bordier L, Fechner LC, Uher E, Chaumont C, Tournebize J.  2019.  Ecodynamics and bioavailability of metal contaminants in a constructed wetland within an agricultural drained catchment. Ecological Engineering. 136:108-117.
Urien N, Lebrun J, Fechner LC, Uher E, François A., Quéau H., Coquery M., Chaumot A., Geffard O.  2016.  Environmental relevance of laboratory-derived kinetic models to predict trace metal bioaccumulation in gammarids: Field experimentation at a large spatial scale (France). Water Research. 95:330-339.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Insights into the development of fungal biomarkers for metal ecotoxicity assessment: Case of Trametes versicolor exposed to copper. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 29(4):902-908.
[Anonymous].  2009.  Nouvelles avancées vers la compréhension des données biologiques. Étude et Gestion des Sols. 16(3):275-287.
Lebrun J, Demont-Caulet N, Cheviron N, Laval K, Trinsoutrot-Gattin I, Mougin C.  2016.  Oxidoreductases provide a more generic response to metallic stressors (Cu and Cd) than hydrolases in soil fungi: new ecotoxicological insights. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 23(4):3036-3041.
Lebrun J, Geffard O, Urien N, François A, Uher E, Fechner LC.  2015.  Seasonal variability and inter-species comparison of metal bioaccumulation in caged gammarids under urban diffuse contamination gradient: Implications for biomonitoring investigations. Science of The Total Environment. 511:501-508.