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Superfund Research Program

This list features a few recent publications from SRP grantees. For a database of grantee-authored publications from currently funded and previously funded centers and programs dating back to 1995, see the grantee publications page.

2019

  • Hayek EE, Brearley AJ, Howard T, Hudson P, Torres C, Spilde MN, Cabaniss S, Ali AS, Cerrato JM. 2019. Calcium in carbonate water facilitates the transport of U(VI) in brassica juncea roots and enables root-to-shoot translocation. ACS Earth Space Chem 3:2190-2196. doi:10.1021/acsearthspacechem.9b00171 PMCID:PMC6859903
  • Ju C, Benkeser D, van der Laan MJ. 2019. Robust inference on the average treatment effect using the outcome highly adaptive lasso. Biometrics 10:PMID:31350906
  • Karaye I, Stone KW, Casillas GA, Newman G, Horney JA. 2019. A spatial analysis of possible environmental exposures in recreational areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey flooding, Harris County, Texas. Environ Manage doi:10.1007/s00267-019-01204-4 PMID:31515572 PMCID:PMC6790291
  • Pandolfi EC, Breuer JA, Huu VN, Talluri T, Nguyen D, Lee JS, Hu R, Bharti K, Skowronska-Krawczyk D, Gorman MR, Mellon PL, Hoffmann HM. 2019. The homeodomain transcription factors vax1 and six6 are required for scn development and function. Mol Neurobiol 1-16. doi:10.1007/s12035-019-01781-9 PMID:31705443
  • Wang H, Abel GM, Storm D, Xia Z. 2019. Cadmium exposure impairs adult hippocampal neurogenesis. Toxicol Sci 171:501-514. doi:10.1093/toxsci/kfz152 PMID:31271426
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