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Project Title: EPIGENETIC STRESS AND CHROMATE CARCINOGENESIS
PI: Costa, Max
Institution: New York University School Of Medicine
Grant Number: R01ES029359

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Publication Title Authors Grant Number(s) Journal (Pub date) PubMed Link Pub Year
Formaldehyde, Epigenetics, and Alzheimer's Disease.   Wang, Fei; Chen, Danqi; Wu, Peipei; Klein, Catherine; Jin, Chunyuan P30ES000260, R01ES029359 Chem Res Toxicol (2019 05 20) 30964647 Exiting the NIEHS site 2019 
Mechanisms of Chromium-Induced Toxicity.   DesMarais, Thomas L; Costa, Max P30ES000260, R01ES029359 Curr Opin Toxicol (2019 Apr) 31511838 Exiting the NIEHS site 2019 
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