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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number
Deciphering the mechanisms of PARP1 activity in telomere integrity fouquerel, elise University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh K99ES027028
Ahr2 activation and sox9b function in forebrain and cerebral vascular development plavicki, jessica susan University Of Wisconsin-Madison K99ES023848
Disease-Induced Modification in Nanoparticle-Corona Identity and Toxicity shannahan, jonathan henry University Of Colorado Denver K99ES024392
Microcystin-LR toxicity in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis clarke, john daniel University Of Arizona K99ES024455
Epigenetic effects of adult and developmental exposure to parkinsonian toxicants bernstein, alison Emory University K99ES024570
Mitochondrial Mechanisms, Microvascular Function, and Gestational Nanotoxicology stapleton, phoebe West Virginia University K99ES024783
Identifying the Receptors of Environmentally Sensitive Epoxy-Eicosanoids with AMS lee, kin sing stephen University Of California At Davis K99ES024806
Mitochondrial Markers of Pollution, Stress, and Neurobehavior brunst, kelly j Icahn School Of Medicine At Mount Sinai K99ES024116
A mechanistic study of prenatal air pollution exposure and offspring obesity risk starling, anne University Of Colorado Denver K99ES025817
The role of omega-3 fatty acids and bioactive lipid signaling in airway inflammation and resolution following organic dust exposures nordgren, tara University Of Nebraska Medical Center K99ES025819
Endocrine Disruptors: Maternal Estrogen, Metabolism and Fetal Fatty Acid Supply strakovsky, rita University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign K99ES024795
Retinoic Acid Signaling Disruption by Phthalates in Human and Rodent Fetal Testis spade, daniel james Brown University K99ES025231
Systems approach to define AHR ligand toxicity on reproductive system development bugel, sean michael Oregon State University K99ES025280
Understanding natural production of polybrominated toxins and pollutants agarwal, vinayak University Of California San Diego K99ES026620
Defining the roles of ubiquitination during the environmental stress response silva, gustavo monteiro New York University K99ES025835
Mechanisms of mismatch repair mediated cell death after alkylating agent exposure goellner, eva marie Ludwig Institute For Cancer Res Ltd K99ES026653
Fluoride and human health: Assessing novel biomarkers in detecting bone disorder godebo, tewodros r Duke University K99ES023472
Long-term Effects of Early-Life Arsenic Exposure on Immunity sille, fenna University Of California Berkeley K99ES024808

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