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Uptake, localization and clearance of quantum dots in ciliated protozoa Tetrahymena thermophila

Mortimer, M.; Kahru, A., Slaveykova, V.I. (2014). Uptake, localization and clearance of quantum dots in ciliated protozoa Tetrahymena thermophila. Environmental Pollution, 190, 58−64.
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Mortimer, M.; Kahru, A., Slaveykova, V.I.
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Environmental Pollution
190
2014
5864
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From: Environmental Pollution < envpol@elsevier.com > Date: 2014-03-20 13:26 GMT-07:00 Subject: Confirming acceptance of your submission ENVPOL-D-14-00023R1 To: monika.mortimer@kbfi.ee Cc: nowack@empa.ch Ms. Ref. No.: ENVPOL-D-14-00023R1 Title: Uptake, localization and clearance of quantum dots in ciliated protozoa Tetrahymena thermophila Environmental Pollution Dear Dr. Mortimer, As AE Bernd Nowack has accepted it, I am very pleased to inform you that your manuscript entitled: "Uptake, localization and clearance of quantum dots in ciliated protozoa Tetrahymena thermophila" has been accepted for publication in Environmental Pollution. Your manuscript has been sent to Elsevier for processing and proof preparation. They will contact you in the near future regarding any editorial changes that may be required. All future correspondence about your manuscript should be with Elsevier. For information regarding the progress of your paper, you may access the Author Gateway at http://www.elsevier.com/authors When your paper is published on ScienceDirect, you want to make sure it gets the attention it deserves. To help you get your message across, Elsevier has developed a new, free service called AudioSlides: brief, webcast-style presentations that are shown (publicly available) next to your published article. This format gives you the opportunity to explain your research in your own words and attract interest. You will receive an invitation email to create an AudioSlides presentation shortly. For more information and examples, please visit http://www.elsevier.com/audioslides. Thank you for sending your manuscript to Environmental Pollution. Sincerely yours, William J. Manning, Ph D Editor-in-Chief Environmental Pollution