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Your Environment. Your Health.

Program Publications: Louisiana State University: Development of a Demonstrable Model of Dioxin Formation

Superfund Research Program

Development of a Demonstrable Model of Dioxin Formation

Project Leader: Barry Dellinger
Grant Number: R01ES015450
Funding Period: 2006-2009

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Publications

2011

  • Nganai S, Lomnicki S, Dellinger B. 2011. Formation of PCDD/Fs from the copper oxide-mediated pyrolysis and oxidation of 1,2-dichlorobenzene. Environ Sci Technol 45(3):1034-1040. doi:10.1021/es102948f PMID:21174454

2010

  • Khachatryan L, Burcat A, Dellinger B. 2010. The role of chlorine atoms and hydroxyl radicals in the formation of PCDDs from the oxidative pyrolysis of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol. Int J Chem Kinet 42:90-97. doi:10.1002/kin.20461
  • Truong H, Lomnicki S, Dellinger B. 2010. Potential for misidentification of environmentally persistent free radicals as molecular pollutants in particulate matter. Environ Sci Technol 44:1933-1939. doi:10.1021/es902648t PMID:20155937 PMCID:PMC4315178

2009

2008

  • Lomnicki S, Truong H, Vejerano E, Dellinger B. 2008. Copper oxide-based model of persistent free radical formation on combustion-derived particulate matter. Environ Sci Technol 42:4982-4988. doi:10.1021/es071708h PMID:18678037
  • Naura A, Hans C, Zerfaoui M, You D, Cormier SA, Oumouna M, Boulares A. 2008. Post-allergen challenge inhibition of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase harbors therapeutic potential for treatment of allergic airway inflammation. Clinical and Experimental Allergy 38:839-846. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2222.2008.02943.x PMID:18261157 PMCID:PMC2740645
  • Wang K, You D, Balakrishna S, Ripple M, Ahlert TA, Fahmy B, Becnel D, Daly M, Subra W, McElduff JS, Lomax LG, Troxclair D, Cormier SA. 2008. Sediment from Hurricane Katrina: potential to produce pulmonary dysfunction in mice. Int J Clin Exp Pathol 1:130-144. PMID:19079667
  • You D, Ripple M, Balakrishna S, Troxclair D, Sandquist D, Ding L, Ahlert TA, Cormier SA. 2008. Inchoate CD8+ T cell responses in neonatal mice permit influenza-induced persistent pulmonary dysfunction. J Immunol 181(5):3486-3494. PMID:18714021 PMCID:PMC2659373

2007

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