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2015
  • Alexeeff, Stacey E., Joel Schwartz, I. Kloog, A. Chudnovsky, P. Koutrakis, and Brent A. Coull. 2015. Consequences of kriging and land use regression for PM2.5 predictions in epidemiologic analyses: Insights into spatial variability using high-resolution satellite data. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 25:138-144. doi:10.1038/jes.2014.40PMID:24896768
  • Jayasundara, N., Lindsey VT Garner, Joel N. Meyer, Kyle Erwin, and Richard T. Di Giulio. 2015. AHR2-mediated transcriptomic responses underlying the synergistic cardiac developmental toxicity of PAHs. Toxicological Sciences. 143(2):469-481. doi:10.1093/toxsci/kfu245PMID:25412620
  • Recio-Vega, Rogelio, Gonzalez-Cortes, Edgar Olivas-Calderon, Robert Clark Lantz, A Jay Gandolfi, and Cesar Gonzalez-De Alba. 2015. In utero and early childhood exposure to arsenic decreases lung function in children. Journal of Applied Toxicology. 35:358–366. doi:10.1002/jat.3023PMID:25131850
  • Slotkin, Theodore A., S. Skavicus, Edward D. Levin, and Fredric J. Seidler. 2015. Prenatal nicotine changes the response to postnatal chlorpyrifos: Interactions targeting serotonergic synaptic function and cognition. Brain Research Bulletin. 111:84-96. doi:10.1016/j.brainresbull.2015.01.003PMID:25592617
  • Van Winkle, Laura S., Keith J. Bein, Donald S. Anderson, Kent E. Pinkerton, Fern Tablin, Dennis Wilson, and Anthony S. Wexler. 2015. Biological dose response to PM2.5: Effect of particle extraction method on platelet and lung responses. Toxicological Sciences. 143(2):349-359. doi:10.1093/toxsci/kfu230PMID:25389146

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