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Project Publications: University of New Mexico: Modulation of Uranium and Arsenic Immune Dysregulation by Zinc

Superfund Research Program

Modulation of Uranium and Arsenic Immune Dysregulation by Zinc

Project Leader: Debra MacKenzie
Co-Investigators: Laurie G. Hudson, Esther Erdei
Grant Number: P42ES025589
Funding Period: 2017-2022
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  • Dashner-Titus EJ, Schilz JR, Simmons KA, Duncan TR, Alvarez SC, Hudson LG. 2020. Differential response of human T-lymphocytes to arsenic and uranium. Toxicol Lett 333:269-278. doi:10.1016/j.toxlet.2020.08.013 PMID:32866568 PMCID:PMC7590629
  • Lin Y, Hoover JH, Beene D, Erdei E, Liu Z. 2020. Environmental risk mapping of potential abandoned uranium mine contamination on the Navajo Nation, USA, using a GIS-based multi-criteria decision analysis approach. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int doi:10.1007/s11356-020-09257-3 PMID:32468361


  • Luo L, Hudson LG, Lewis JL, Lee J. 2019. Two-step approach for assessing the health effects of environmental chemical mixtures: application to simulated datasets and real data from the Navajo Birth Cohort Study. Environ Health 18(46):doi:10.1186/s12940-019-0482-6 PMID:31072361 PMCID:PMC6507239


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