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Person Details: Patrick Larkin

Superfund Research Program

Patrick Larkin

University of Florida
12085 Research Drive
Alachua, Florida 32615
Phone: 386-418-1400
Fax: 352-392-4441
Email: pmlarkin@ufl.edu

Projects

Publications

2004

  • Blum JL, Knoebl I, Larkin P, Kroll KJ, Denslow ND. 2004. Use of suppressive subtractive hybridization and cDNA arrays to discover patterns of altered gene expression in the liver of dihydrotestosterone and 11-ketotestosterone exposed adult male largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides). Mar Environ Res 58(2-5):565-569. PMID:15178083

2003

  • Denslow ND, Knoebl I, Larkin P. 2003. Approaches in proteomics and genomics for eco-toxicology. Chapter Vol. 6 in: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Fishes-Environmental Toxicology. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Larkin P, Folmar LC, Hemmer MJ, Poston AJ, Denslow ND. 2003. Expression profiling of estrogenic compounds using a sheepshead minnow cDNA macroarray. EHP Toxicogenomics 111(1T):29-36. PMID:12735107
  • Larkin P, Knoebl I, Denslow ND. 2003. Differential gene expression analysis in fish exposed to endocrine disrupting compounds. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part B: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 136(2):149-161. PMID:14529741
  • Larkin P, Sabo-Attwood TL, Kelso J, Denslow ND. 2003. Analysis of gene expression patterns in largemouth bass throughout their reproductive cycle and with exposure to p, p ' DDE using gene arrays. In: Society of Toxicology, 42nd Annual Meeting, March. Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Larkin P, Sabo-Attwood TL, Kelso J, Denslow ND. 2003. Analysis of gene expression patterns in largemouth bass throughout their reproductive cycle and with exposure to p, p ' DDE using gene arrays. Ecotoxicology 72(1):738Suppl.S.
  • Larkin P, Sabo-Attwood TL, Kelso J, Denslow ND. 2003. Analysis of gene expression profiles in largemouth bass exposed to 17-beta-estradiol and to anthropogenic contaminants that behave as estrogens. Ecotoxicology 12(6):463-468. PMID:14680325

2002

  • Larkin P, Folmar LC, Hemmer MJ, Poston AJ, Lee HS, Denslow ND. 2002. Array Technology as a tool to monitor exposure of fish to xenoestrogens. Mar Environ Res 54(3-5):395-399. PMID:12408593
  • Larkin P, Sabo-Attwood TL, Kelso J, Denslow ND. 2002. Expression profiling of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) exposed to estradiol, nonylphenol, and p,p'-DDE. In: Proceedings of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETC), 23rd Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 16 - 20.
  • Larkin P, Sabo-Attwood TL, Kelso J, Denslow ND. 2002. Gene expression analysis of largemouth bass exposed to estradiol, nonylphenol, and p,p'-DDE. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part B: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 133(4):543-557. PMID:12470818
  • Sabo-Attwood TL, Larkin P, Kelso J, Denslow ND. 2002. Changes in largemouth bass gene expression following acute exposure to nonylphenol. In: Proceedings of the Society of Toxicology and Chemistry, November. Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Sabo-Attwood TL, Larkin P, Kelso J, Denslow ND. 2002. Gene Expression Profiles of Largemouth Bass Exposed to Nonylphenol and ICI 182,780. In: Proceedings of the International Congress on the Biology of Fish, July 21-26. Vancouver, Canada.
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