Maruya KA1, Smalling KL, Vetter W.
Environ Sci Technol. 2005 Jun 1;39(11):3999-4004.Recent advances in enantioselective separation techniques have enabled scientists to investigate environmental fate processes of chiral pollutants. In this study, congener- and enantiomer-specific toxaphene residues were monitored in captive, naturally contaminated fish (Fundulus heteroclitus) to characterize the effect of temperature and compound structure on the enantioselectivity of the elimination process. Read More