Elizabeth Holton

Elizabeth Holton
University of Bath | UB · Department of Chemistry

MChem (Hons)

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Introduction
Elizabeth Holton currently works at the Department of Chemistry, University of Bath. Elizabeth does research in Biochemistry, and Analytical Chemistry. Their most recent publication is 'Erratum to: Characterisation of the protein corona using tunable resistive pulse sensing: determining the change and distribution of a particle’s surface charge'.

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Chemical pollution (including chemicals of emerging concern – CECs) continues to gain increasing attention as a global threat to human health and the environment, with numerous reports on the adverse and sometimes devastating effects upon ecosystems the presence of these chemicals can have. Whilst many studies have investigated presence of CECs in...
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The study evaluated the presence and fate of various contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) from a South African wastewater treatment works (WWTW) and surface waters located around an urban setting. A total of 45 CECs were quantified from nine sampling locations over an 11-month period. Daily loads (g/day) of the target analytes in the WWTW showed...
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Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) has potential to identify the epidemiological links between people, animals, and the environment, as part of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance. In this study, we investigated six wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) serving six communities located in two regions in Eastern China: Site A in Zhejiang and s...
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Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the most significant global health threats. Inappropriate and over-usage of antimicrobial agents (AAs) is a major driver for AMR. Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) is a promising tool for monitoring AA usage in communities. Two urban catchment areas have been investigated in this study, one city and one sm...
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Chemical pollution (including chemicals of emerging concern – CECs) continues to gain increasing attention as a global threat to human health and the environment, with numerous reports on the adverse and sometimes devasting effects upon ecosystems the presence of these chemicals can have. Whilst many studies have investigated presence of CECs in aq...
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Antimicrobial agent (AA) usage, excretion, and persistence are all important factors in association with the occurrence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Urban water profiling was utilised in the Eerste River catchment (South Africa) to establish AA usage in a region where comprehensive prescription records were not readily available a...
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Increasing usage of antimicrobials is a significant contributor to the emergence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Wastewater-based epidemiology is a useful tool for evaluating public health, via the monitoring of chemical and biological markers in wastewater influent, such as antibiotics. Sixteen antimicrobials and their metabolites w...
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Increasing usage of antimicrobials is a significant contributor to the emergence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Wastewater-based epidemiology is a useful tool for evaluating public health, via the monitoring of chemical and biological markers in wastewater influent, such as antibiotics. Chemical analyses are used to determine sample...
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Antibiotic usage, excretion, and persistence are all important factors in association with the occurrence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Urban water profiling was utilised in the Eerste River catchment (South Africa) to establish antibiotic usage in a catchment where comprehensive prescription records were not readily available and...
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Antibiotic usage, excretion, and persistence are all important factors in association with the occurrence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Urban water profiling was utilised in the Eerste River catchment (South Africa) to establish antibiotic usage in a catchment where comprehensive prescription records were not readily available and...
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Antibiotic usage, excretion, and persistence are all important factors in association with the occurrence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Urban water profiling was utilised in the Eerste River catchment (South Africa) to establish antibiotic usage in a catchment where comprehensive prescription records were not readily available and...
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Antibiotic usage, excretion, and persistence are all important factors in association with the occurrence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Urban water profiling was utilised in the Eerste River catchment (South Africa) to establish antibiotic usage in a catchment where comprehensive prescription records were not readily available and...
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This manuscript describes a new multiresidue method utilising ultra-performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS) via multiple reaction monitoring (MRM), for the identification and quantification of 58 antibiotics and their 26 metabolites, in various solid and liquid environmental matrices. The method was designed with a ‘...
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The zeta potential of the protein corona around carboxyl particles has been measured using tunable resistive pulse sensing (TRPS). A simple and rapid assay for characterising zeta potentials within buffer, serum and plasma is presented monitoring the change, magnitude and distribution of proteins on the particle surface. First, we measure the chang...
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THE EFFECTS OF VARIOUS BLOOD PROTEINS ON THE ZETA POTENTIAL OF POLYMER NANOPARTICLES AND PROTEIN CORONA FORMATION: AN ANALYSIS BY TUNABLE RESISTIVE PULSE SENSING Emma Blundell1, Matthew Healey1, Elizabeth Holton1, Muttuswamy Sivakumaran2, Mark Platt* 1 1Chemistry, Loughborough University, Loughborough, 2Haematology, Peterborough City Hospital, Pete...

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