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Metabolism and excretion kinetics of 14C-labeled and non-labeled difloxacin in pigs after oral administration, and antimicrobial activity of manure containing difloxacin and its metabolites.

Sukul, P.; Lamshöft, M.; Kusari, S.; Zühlke, S.; Spiteller, M. (2009): Metabolism and excretion kinetics of 14C-labeled and non-labeled difloxacin in pigs after oral administration, and antimicrobial activity of manure containing difloxacin and its metabolites. Environmental Research 109, 225-231.

Transport and transformation of sulfadiazine in soil columns packed with a silty loam and a loamy sand.

Unold, M.; Kasteel, R.; Groeneweg, J.; Vereecken, H. (2009): Transport and transformation of sulfadiazine in soil columns packed with a silty loam and a loamy sand. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 103, 38-47.

Transport of Manure-Based Applied Sulfadiazine and Its Main Transformation Products in Soil Columns.

Unold, M.; Simunek, J.; Kasteel, R.; Groeneweg, J.; Vereecken, H. (2009): Transport of Manure-Based Applied Sulfadiazine and Its Main Transformation Products in Soil Columns. Vadose Zone Journal 8, 677-689.

A conceptual model describing the fate of sulfadiazine and its metabolites observed in manure-amended soils.

Zarfl C, Klasmeier J, Matthies M. (2009): A conceptual model describing the fate of sulfadiazine and its metabolites observed in manure-amended soils. Chemosphere 77, 720-726.

Similar bacterial community structure and high abundance of sulfonamide resistance genes in field-scale manures. Manure: Management, Uses and Environmental Impact

Binh, C.T.T., Heuer, H., Marcial Gomes, N.C., Kaupenjohann, M., Smalla, K. (2010): Similar bacterial community structure and high abundance of sulfonamide resistance genes in field-scale manures. Manure: Management, Uses and Environmental Impact,(Dellaguardia, C.S., Ed.), 141-166. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY, USA.

The mechanistic link between sulfonamide uptake and effect on the growth of bacteria: Model development and application to experimental data from two soil microorganisms.

Focks A, Klasmeier J, Matthies M (2010): The mechanistic link between sulfonamide uptake and effect on the growth of bacteria: Model development and application to experimental data from two soil microorganisms. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 29, 1445-1452.

Effects of Veterinary Medicines Introduced via Manure into Soil on Microbial Communities.

Heuer, H., Binh, C.T.T., Kopmann, C., Zimmerling, U., Krögerrecklenfort, E., Smalla, K. (2010): Effects of Veterinary Medicines Introduced via Manure into Soil on Microbial Communities. In: Hanamura, M., Suzuki, S., Mendo, S., Barroso, C.M., Iwata, H, Tanabe, S. (Eds.): Interdisciplinary Studies on Environmental Chemistry — Biological Responses to Contaminants. Terrapub, Tokyo, 9-13.

Transformation and sorption of the veterinary antibiotic sulfadiazine in two soils: a short-term batch study.

Kasteel, R., C.M. Mbo, M. Unold, J. Groeneweg, J. Vanderborght & H. Vereecken. (2010): Transformation and sorption of the veterinary antibiotic sulfadiazine in two soils: a short-term batch study. Environmental Science & Technology 44, 4651-4657.

Effect of sulfadiazine on abundance and diversity of denitrifying bacteria by determining nirK and nirS genes in two arable soils.

Kleineidam, K., Sharma, S., Kotzerke, A., Heuer, H., Thiele-Bruhn, S., Smalla, K., Wilke, B.M., Schloter, M. (2010): Effect of sulfadiazine on abundance and diversity of denitrifying bacteria by determining nirK and nirS genes in two arable soils. Microbial Ecology 60, 703-707.

Manure contaminated with the antibiotic sulfadiazine impairs the abundance of nirK- and nirS-type denitrifiers in the gut of the earthworm Eisenia fetida.

Kotzerke, A, Kleineidam, K, Horn, M, Drake, H, Wilke, BM, Schloter, M. (2010): Manure contaminated with the antibiotic sulfadiazine impairs the abundance of nirK- and nirS-type denitrifiers in the gut of the earthworm Eisenia fetida. Biology Fertility of Soils 46, 415-418.

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