Toxicity and removal of parabens from water: A critical review

Volume: 792, Pages: 148092 - 148092
Published: Oct 1, 2021
Abstract
Parabens are biocides used as preservatives in food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. They possess antibacterial and antifungal activity due to their ability to disrupt cell membrane and intracellular proteins, and cause changes in enzymatic activity of microbial cells. Water, one of our most valuable natural resource, has become a huge reservoir for parabens. Halogenated parabens from chlorination/ozonation of water contaminated with parabens...
Paper Details
Title
Toxicity and removal of parabens from water: A critical review
Published Date
Oct 1, 2021
Volume
792
Pages
148092 - 148092
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