Postdoctoral fellow in the Division of Toxicology at Wageningen University & Research
Areas of expertise
- Alternatives to animal testing
- High-throughput screening
- Marine biotoxins
- Nicolas, J., Bovee, T. F. H., Kamelia, L., Rietjens, I. M. C. M. and Hendriksen, P. J. M., Exploration of new functional endpoints in neuro-2a cells for the detection of marine neurotoxins. Toxicol In Vitro.
- Nicolas, J., Hendriksen, P. J. M., Gerssen, A., Bovee, T. F. H. and Rietjens, I. M. C. M. (2014), Marine neurotoxins: State of the art, bottlenecks, and perspectives for mode of action based methods of detection in seafood. Mol. Nutr. Food Res., 58: 87–100.
- Nicolas, J., Hendriksen, P. J. M., de Haan, L. H., Koning, R., Rietjens, I. M. C. M. and Bovee, T. F. H. (2014), In vitro detection of cardiotoxins or neurotoxins affecting ion channels or pumps using beating cardiomyocytes as alternative for animal testing. Toxicol In Vitro, 29(2): 281-8.
- Nicolas, J., Hendriksen, P. J. M., van Kleef, R. G. D. M., de Groot, A., Bovee, T. F. H., Rietjens, I. M. C. M. and Westerink, R. H. S. (2014), Detection of marine neurotoxins in food safety testing using a multielectrode array. Mol. Nutr. Food Res., 58(12): 2369-78.
Dr. Jonathan Nicolas is Postdoctoral fellow in the Division of Toxicology at Wageningen UR. He received his MSc from the University of Western Brittany (France) and PhD from Wageningen UR in 2011 and 2015, respectively.