Luigi ViganĂ², Primo Ricercatore

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Address Via del Mulino, 19
20047 Brugherio (MB)
Telephone +39 039 21694212
Fax +39 039 2004692

Research Topics
Research activities / Ongoing Projects
Recent Publications
  • Viganò L., Farkas A., Guzzella L., Roscioli C., Erratico C. (2007). The accumulation levels of PAHs, PCBs and DDTs are related in an inverse way to the size of a benthic amphipod (Echinogammarus stammeri Karaman) in the River Po. Science of the Total Environment 373, 131-145.
  • Urbatzka R., Van Cauwenberge A., Maggioni S., Viganò L., Mandich A., Benfenati E., Lutz I., Kloas W. (2007). Androgenic and antiandrogenic activities in water and sediment samples from the river Lambro, Italy, detected by yeast androgen screen and chemical analyses. Chemosphere 67, 1080-1087.
  • Farkas A., Erratico C., Viganò L. (2007). Assessment of the environmental significance of heavy metal pollution in surficial sediments of the River Po. Chemosphere 78, 761-768.
  • Mandich A., Benfenati E., Bottero S., Cevasco A., Erratico C., Maggioni S., Massari A., Pedemonte F., Viganò L. (2007). In vivo exposure of carp to graded concentrations of bisphenol A. General and Comparative Endocrinology 153, 15-24.
  • Viganò L., Patrolecco L., Polesello S., Pagnotta R. (2008). Interactions between trophic and toxic factors in a polluted urban river. Ecotoxicology Environmental Safety, 69, 49-57.
  • Viganò L., Roscioli C., Erratico C., Guzzella L. (2008). Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in 0+ juvenile cyprinids and sediments of the River Po. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 55, 282-294.
  • Viganò L., Benfenati E., van Cauwenberge A., Eidem J.K., Erratico C., Goksøyr A., Kloas W., Maggioni S., Mandich A., Urbatzka R. (2008). Estrogenicity profile and estrogenic compounds determined in river sediments by chemical analysis, ELISA and yeast assays. Chemosphere 73, 1078-1089.
  • Viganò L., Roscioli C., Erratico C., Guzzella L., Farkas A. (2009). Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in gammarids, caddisflies, and bed sediments of the lowland River Po. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 82, 200-205.