Vivian R. Dayeh, Ph.D.

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2004 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada 
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Cell Biology, Environmental Engineering, Toxicology
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Niels C. Bols grad student 2004 University of Waterloo
 (Development of similar methodologies for evaluating the toxicity of environmental contaminants with fish cell lines and Tetrahymena.)
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Pumputis PG, Dayeh VR, Lee LEJ, et al. (2018) Responses of rainbow trout intestinal epithelial cells to different kinds of nutritional deprivation. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry
Bols NC, Pham PH, Dayeh VR, et al. (2017) Invitromatics, invitrome, and invitroomics: introduction of three new terms for in vitro biology and illustration of their use with the cell lines from rainbow trout. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. Animal
Dayeh VR, Bols NC, Tanneberger K, et al. (2013) The use of fish-derived cell lines for investigation of environmental contaminants: an update following OECD's fish toxicity testing framework No. 171. Current Protocols in Toxicology / Editorial Board, Mahin D. Maines (Editor-in-Chief) ... [Et Al.]. Unit1.5
Dayeh VR, Schirmer K, Bols NC. (2009) Ammonia-containing industrial effluents, lethal to rainbow trout, induce vacuolisation and Neutral Red uptake in the rainbow trout gill cell line, RTgill-W1. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals : Atla. 37: 77-87
Lee LE, Dayeh VR, Schirmer K, et al. (2009) Applications and potential uses of fish gill cell lines: examples with RTgill-W1. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. Animal. 45: 127-34
Lee LE, Dayeh VR, Schirmer K, et al. (2008) Fish cell lines as rapid and inexpensive screening and supplemental tools for whole effluent testing. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. 4: 372-4
Pinheiro MDO, Power ME, Butler BJ, et al. (2008) Inactivation of the bacteriophage MS2 by the ciliated protozoan, Tetrahymena thermophila Water Quality Research Journal of Canada. 43: 69-76
Pinheiro MD, Power ME, Butler BJ, et al. (2007) Use of Tetrahymena thermophila to study the role of protozoa in inactivation of viruses in water. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 73: 643-9
Power ME, Sotornik D, Pinheiro MDO, et al. (2006) Development of a fluorescent multiwell assay for evaluating the capacity of the ciliated protozoan tetrahymena for bacterivory in water samples Water Quality Research Journal of Canada. 41: 307-315
Dayeh VR, Lynn DH, Bols NC. (2005) Cytotoxicity of metals common in mining effluent to rainbow trout cell lines and to the ciliated protozoan, Tetrahymena thermophila. Toxicology in Vitro : An International Journal Published in Association With Bibra. 19: 399-410
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