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Project Title: MECHANISMS OF AHR METABOLIC TOXICITY
PI: Rifkind, Arleen B.
Institution: Weill Medical Coll Of Cornell Univ
Grant Number: R01ES027488

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Organ-specific effects on glycolysis by the dioxin-activated aryl hydrocarbon receptor.   Diani-Moore, Silvia; Marques Pedro, Tiago; Rifkind, Arleen B R01ES027488 PLoS One (2020) 33320884 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
NAD+ loss, a new player in AhR biology: prevention of thymus atrophy and hepatosteatosis by NAD+ rep ...   Diani-Moore, Silvia; Shoots, Jenny; Singh, Rubi; Zuk, Joshua B; Rifkind, Arleen B R01ES027488 Sci Rep (2017 05 23) 28536482 Exiting the NIEHS site 2017 
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