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Project Title: PCB-MEDIATED DYSBIOSIS OF THE GUT MICROBIOME: A MISSING LINK IN PCB-MEDIATED NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS?
PI: Lehmler, Hans-Joachim
Institution: University Of Iowa
Grant Number: R01ES031098

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Nontarget analysis reveals gut microbiome-dependent differences in the fecal PCB metabolite profiles ...   Li, Xueshu; Liu, Yanna; Martin, Jonathan W; Cui, Julia Yue; Lehmler, Hans-Joachim P30ES005605, P30ES007033, P42ES013661, R01ES014901, R01ES030197, R01ES031098 Environ Pollut (2021 Jan 01) 33032095 Exiting the NIEHS site 2021 
Fatty liver and impaired hepatic metabolism alter the congener-specific distribution of polychlorina ...   Li, Xueshu; Zhang, Chunyun; Wang, Kai; Lehmler, Hans-Joachim P30ES005605, P42ES013661, R01ES014901, R01ES030197, R01ES031098, R21ES027169 Environ Pollut (2020 Nov) 32712482 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
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