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Who We Fund: Publication Detail

Project Title: TMAO IS A BIOMARKER OF DIOXIN-LIKE POLLUTANT EXPOSURE AND CARDIOMETABOLIC DISEASE
PI: Petriello, Michael Curtis
Institution: Wayne State University
Grant Number: R00ES028734

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A Review of Volatile Organic Compound Contamination in Post-Industrial Urban Centers: Reproductive H ...   Miller, Carol J; Runge-Morris, Melissa; Cassidy-Bushrow, Andrea E; Straughen, Jennifer K; Dittri ... P30ES020957, R00ES028734, R00ES028734 Int J Environ Res Public Health (2020 11 25) 33255777 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
Prebiotic inulin consumption reduces dioxin-like PCB 126-mediated hepatotoxicity and gut dysbiosis i ...   Hoffman, Jessie B; Petriello, Michael C; Morris, Andrew J; Mottaleb, M Abdul; Sui, Yipeng; Zhou ... P42ES007380, R00ES028734, R00ES028734, R01ES023470, R01ES023470 Environ Pollut (2020 Jun) 32105967 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
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