Ionan Marigómez focuses on Bivalvia, Mytilus, Mussel, Ecology and Environmental chemistry. His research investigates the link between Bivalvia and topics such as Water pollution that cross with problems in Water column and Environmental monitoring. His research investigates the connection between Mytilus and topics such as Anatomy that intersect with problems in Epithelium and Metallothionein.
His study looks at the intersection of Mussel and topics like Bay with Estuary and Tissue level. His research in Ecology tackles topics such as Zoology which are related to areas like Histopathology and Condition index. His studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Zinc, Pollutant, Pollution and Cadmium.
Ionan Marigómez mainly focuses on Ecology, Environmental chemistry, Mytilus, Mussel and Toxicity. His Estuary study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ecology, is frequently linked to Environmental stress, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research integrates issues of Soil water, Metal and Pollutant in his study of Environmental chemistry.
The various areas that Ionan Marigómez examines in his Mytilus study include Epithelium, Biochemistry, Molecular biology, Basophilic and Bivalvia. His Mussel research includes elements of Biomarker, Bay and Lysosomal membrane. The concepts of his Toxicity study are interwoven with issues in Toxicology and Catalase.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mytilus, Mussel, Pollutant, Salinity and Zoology. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Mytilus, focusing on Bioaccumulation and, on occasion, Oxidative stress, Endocrinology, Calcium and Connective tissue. His Mussel research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biomarker, Digestion and Mytilus trossulus.
His Pollutant research is within the category of Ecology. Ionan Marigómez studied Zoology and Phylogenetic tree that intersect with Host and Simkaniaceae. Ionan Marigómez frequently studies issues relating to Catalase and Environmental chemistry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pollution, Mangrove, Ecology, Biomonitoring and Ecosystem health. Ionan Marigómez combines subjects such as Oyster and Pollutant with his study of Pollution. His work deals with themes such as Environmental chemistry, Ecotoxicology, Synthetic musk and Contamination, which intersect with Pollutant.
He studies Environmental chemistry, namely Bioaccumulation. Ionan Marigómez interconnects Sentinel species, Polymesoda, Wet season, Crassostrea and Dry season in the investigation of issues within Biomonitoring. Ionan Marigómez integrates Ecosystem health with Ecosystem in his research.
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Cellular and subcellular distribution of metals in molluscs.
Ionan Marigómez;Manu Soto;Miren P. Cajaraville;Eduardo Angulo.
Microscopy Research and Technique (2002)
Pollutant-specific and general lysosomal responses in digestive cells of mussels exposed to model organic chemicals.
Ionan Marigómez;Lurraine Baybay-Villacorta.
Aquatic Toxicology (2003)
Assessment of biological effects of environmental pollution along the NW Mediterranean Sea using mussels as sentinel organisms
Izaskun Zorita;Itxaso Apraiz;Maren Ortiz-Zarragoitia;Amaia Orbea.
Environmental Pollution (2007)
Cell and tissue biomarkers in mussel, and histopathology in hake and anchovy from Bay of Biscay after the Prestige oil spill (Monitoring Campaign 2003).
Ionan Marigómez;Manu Soto;Ibon Cancio;Amaia Orbea.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2006)
In vitro activities in mussel hemocytes as biomarkers of environmental quality: a case study in the Abra Estuary (Biscay Bay).
M.P. Cajaraville;I. Olabarrieta;I. Marigomez.
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (1996)
Water column monitoring near oil installations in the North Sea 2001-2004.
Ketil Hylland;Ketil Hylland;Knut-Erik Tollefsen;Anders Ruus;Grete Jonsson.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2008)
Marine ecosystem health status assessment through integrative biomarker indices: a comparative study after the Prestige oil spill “Mussel Watch”
Ionan Marigómez;Larraitz Garmendia;Manu Soto;Amaia Orbea.
responses of basophilic cells of the digestive gland of mussels to petroleum hydrocarbon exposure
M. P. Cajaraville;G. Diez;I. A. Marigomez;E. Angulo.
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms (1990)
Effects of exposure to Prestige-like heavy fuel oil and to perfluorooctane sulfonate on conventional biomarkers and target gene transcription in the thicklip grey mullet Chelon labrosus
E. Bilbao;D. Raingeard;O. Diaz de Cerio;M. Ortiz-Zarragoitia.
Aquatic Toxicology (2010)
Combined use of native and caged mussels to assess biological effects of pollution through the integrative biomarker approach.
Ionan Marigómez;Izaskun Zorita;Urtzi Izagirre;Maren Ortiz-Zarragoitia.
Aquatic Toxicology (2013)
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