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Who We Fund: Publication Detail

Project Title: DO XENOBIOTICS EXACERBATE IDIOPATHIC AUTOIMMUNITY?
PI: Pollard, Kenneth Michael
Institution: Scripps Research Institute
Grant Number: R21ES029263

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Publication Title Authors Grant Number(s) Journal (Pub date) PubMed Link Pub Year
Mercury-induced inflammation and autoimmunity.   Pollard, K Michael; Cauvi, David M; Toomey, Christopher B; Hultman, Per; Kono, Dwight H R21ES029263, UH3ES027679 Biochim Biophys Acta Gen Subj (2019 12) 30742953 Exiting the NIEHS site 2019 
Silica exposure and chronic virus infection synergistically promote lupus-like systemic autoimmunity ...   Gonzalez-Quintial, Rosana; Mayeux, Jessica M; Kono, Dwight H; Theofilopoulos, Argyrios N; Pollar ... R01ES029581, R21ES029263 Clin Immunol (2019 08) 31175964 Exiting the NIEHS site 2019 
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