Alleviation of copper toxicity in Daphnia magna by hydrogen nanobubble water

In this study, combining nanobubbles (NBs) and hydrogen water, we investigate the effect and mechanism of hydrogen NB water on copper induced acute toxicity to water fleas (Daphnia magna). The 24-h lethal Cu concentrations at which 50% of the population die were 84 μg/L in hydrogen NB water and 45 μg/L in control water, confirming that hydrogen NB water effectively alleviated acute Cu toxicity in D. magna. The results were consistent with a significant reduction of Cu uptake and decrease of Cu accumulation in D. magna. As confirmed in fluorescence spectrophotometry and high-content screening system analysis, the hydrogen NB water also significantly reduced the oxidative damage and improved Cu tolerance in D. magna. From the results, it can be inferred that hydrogen NB water alleviates Cu stress in D. magna by depressing Cu bioaccumulation and reducing oxidative stress. The results provide basic data of hydrogen NB water for environmental toxicologists, and also a reference for the application of hydrogen NB water in the environment.Graphical Abstract
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