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Your Environment. Your Health.

Person Details: Dr. Thomas J. Keefe

Superfund Research Program

Dr. Thomas J. Keefe

Colorado State University
145 Environmental Health

Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1676
Phone: 970-491-5970
Fax: 970-491-2940
Email: tkeefe@cvmbs.colostate.edu

Projects

Publications

2002

  • Dean, Jr. CE, Benjamin SA, Chubb LS, Tessari JD, Keefe TJ. 2002. Nonadditive hepatic tumor promoting effects by a mixture of two structurally different polychlorinated biphenyls in female rat livers. Toxicol Sci 66(1):54-61. PMID:11861972

1999

  • Benjamin SA, Yang RH, Tessari JD, Chubb LS, Brown MD, Dean CE, Keefe TJ. 1999. Lack of promotional effects of groundwater contaminant mixtures on the induction of preneoplastic foci in rat liver. Toxicology 137(3):137-149. PMID:10522494

1997

  • Archibeque-Engle S, Tessari JD, Winn DT, Keefe TJ, Nett TM, Zheng T. 1997. Comparison of organochlorine pesticide and polychlorinated biphenyl residues in human breast adipose tissue and serum. J Toxicol Environ Health A 52:285-293. PMID:9354175

1996

  • Thomas RS, Bigelow PL, Keefe TJ, Yang RH. 1996. Variability in biological exposure indices using physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling and Monte Carlo simulation. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 57(1):23-32. PMID:8588550
  • Thomas RS, Lytle WE, Keefe TJ, Constan AA, Yang RH. 1996. Incorporating Monte Carlo simulation into physiologically based pharmacokinetic models using Advanced Continuous Simulation Language (ACSL): a computational method. Fundam Appl Toxicol 31(1):19-28. PMID:8998950
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