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Person Details: Jack Bodwell

Superfund Research Program

Jack Bodwell

Dartmouth College
Department of Physiology
7700 Borwell, Room 750W
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, New Hampshire 03756-1000
Phone: 603-650-7734
Fax: 603-650-6130
Email: Jack.E.Bodwell@Dartmouth.Edu




  • Gosse JA, Taylor VF, Jackson BP, Hamilton JW, Bodwell J. 2014. Monomethylated trivalent arsenic species disrupt steroid receptor interactions with their DNA response elements at non-cytotoxic cellular concentrations. J Appl Toxicol 34(5):498-505. doi:10.1002/jat.2898 PMID:23765520 PMCID:PMC3884051


  • Bodwell J, Gosse JA, Hamilton JW, Davey JC. 2007. Arsenic as an endocrine disruptor: effects of arsenic on estrogen receptor-mediated gene expression in vivo and in cell culture. Toxicol Sci 98(1):75-86. doi:10.1093/toxsci/kfm013 PMID:17283378


  • Bodwell J, Gosse JA, Nomikos AP, Hamilton JW. 2006. Arsenic disruption of steroid receptor gene activation: complex dose-response effects are shared by several steroid receptors. Chem Res Toxicol 19(12):1619-1629. doi:10.1021/tx060122q PMID:17173375 PMCID:PMC2556599


  • Bodwell J, Kingsley LA, Hamilton JW. 2004. Arsenic at very low concentrations alters glucocorticoid receptor (GR)-mediated gene activation but not GR-mediated gene repression: complex dose-response effects are closely correlated with levels of activated GR and require a functional GR DNA binding domain. Chem Res Toxicol 17(8):1064-1076. PMID:15310238


  • Hamilton JW, Bodwell J, Kingsley LA, Barnet CS, Davey JC. 2003. Arsenic alters hormone-mediated positive, but not negative, regulatory effects of steroid receptors. Toxicol Sci 72(S1):16.


  • Hamilton JW, Bodwell J, Kaltreider RC, Davis AM, Davey JC, Kingsley LA, Lariviere JP. 2002. Arsenic is an endocrine disruptor, blocking hormone-mediated gene regulation by the estrogen and glucocorticoid receptors in vivo. Toxicol Sci 66(S1):85.
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