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Articles from Environmental Health Perspectives (April 1, 2006)

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A brief targeted review of susceptibility factors, environmental exposures, asthma incidence, and recommendations for future asthma incidence research. Selgrade, Mary Jane 9772
A survival-adjusted quantal-response test for analysis of tumor incidence rates in animal carcinogenicity studies. Kissling, Grace E. 5321
Adding up to no good? Szpir, Michael 502
Ahoy there, EPA! Dooley, Erin E. 107
Airborne endotoxin is associated with respiratory illness in the first 2 years of life. Judek, Stan 6241
Antiestrogens inhibit xenoestrogen-induced brain aromatase activity but do not prevent xenoestrogen-induced feminization in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes). Brouwer, Marius 7544
Association of in utero organochlorine pesticide exposure and fetal growth and length of gestation in an agricultural population. Barr, Dana B. 7271
Beryllium exposure data: Rosenman et al. respond. Rossman, Milton 1081
Bisphenol A and the brain. Barrett, Julia R. 620
Breathing easier at school. Dooley, Erin E. 107
Calendar. Calendar 3934
Changes in breath trihalomethane levels resulting from household water-use activities. Singer, Philip C. 9147
Coal tar and paving products. Schulte, Paul A. 308
Color by soy: genistein linked to epigenetic effects. Weinhold, Bob 449
DERT science retreat 2005 report. 499
Disease investigation through specialized clinically oriented ventures in environmental research (DISCOVER) [P50]. Disease/Disorder overview 3278
Erratum. Correction notice 627
Evaluating beryllium exposure data. Kolanz, Marc 963
Evolutionary toxicology: population-level effects of chronic contaminant exposure on the marsh frogs (Rana ridibunda) of Azerbaijan. Bickham, John W. 6936
Genetic susceptibility, respiratory effects, and school absences. Tillett, Tanya 477
Hogging the air: CAFO emissions reach into schools. Barrett, Julia R. 498
How exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, outdoor air pollutants, and increased pollen burdens influences the incidence of asthma. Rogers, Christine A. 8008
How exposures to biologics influence the induction and incidence of asthma. Peden, David 9204
Induction of asthma and the environment: what we know and need to know. Yeatts, Karin B. Disease/Disorder overview 6424
International Maritime Organization. Dooley, Erin E. 520
Keeping kids' environments safe. Tillett, Tanya 492
Lead increases lipopolysaccharide-induced liver injury through tumor necrosis factor-[alpha] overexpression by monocytes/macrophages: role of protein kinase C and p42/44 mitogen-activated protein kinase. Liu, Ming-Yie 5473
Maternal genistein alters coat color and protects [A.sup.vy] mouse offspring from obesity by modifying the fetal epigenome. Jirtle, Randy L. 5531
Methylarsonous acid transport by aquaglyceroporins. Rosen, Barry P. 5418
Mold genomics. Dooley, Erin E. 105
Monensin improves the effectiveness of meso-dimercaptosuccinate when used to treat lead intoxication in rats. Pfeiffer, Douglas R. 10180
National prevalence and exposure risk for cockroach allergen in U.S. households. Zeldin, Darryl C. 6725
New books. 456
NIH launches genes and environment initiative. Tillett, Tanya 485
Occupational toluene exposure induces cytochrome P450 2E1 mRNA expression in peripheral lymphocytes. Albores, Arnulfo 6804
One less lead link? Exposure-hypertension association not replicated in young children. Washam, Cynthia 397
Organic diets and children's health. Avery, Alex 903
Organic diets: Lu et al. respond. Bravo, Roberto 579
Ozone overload: current standards may not protect health. Dahl, Richard 399
Perinatal immunotoxicity: why adult exposure assessment fails to predict risk. Piepenbrink, Michael S. 8829
PFOA to be eliminated. Dooley, Erin E. 116
Ports in a storm. Sharma, Dinesh C. 5098
Precautionary Tools for Reshaping Environmental Policy. Saunders, Peter 806
Profiles of global gene expression in ionizing-radiation--damaged human diploid fibroblasts reveal synchronization behind the [G.sub.1] checkpoint in a [G.sub.0]-like state of quiescence. Kaufmann, William K 8299
Race, poverty, and potential exposure of middle-school students to air emissions from confined swine feeding operations. Wilcosky, Timothy C. 6564
Renal and neurologic effects of cadmium, lead, mercury, and arsenic in children: evidence of early effects and multiple interactions at environmental exposure levels. Bernard, Alfred 8661
Safe harbor: protecting ports with shipboard fuel cells. Taylor, David A. 1701
Ships, trucks, and trains: effects of goods movement on environmental health. Hricko, Andrea M. 1802
Testing new mothers for toxicants. Dooley, Erin E. 105
The effect of chelation on blood pressure in lead-exposed children: a randomized study. Rogan, Walter J. Clinical report 5695
The effect of inhaled chromium on different exhaled breath condensate biomarkers among chrome-plating workers. Mutti, Antonio 5681
The exposure-response curve for ozone and risk of mortality and the adequacy of current ozone regulations. Dominici, Francesca 5767
The plaque of the matter. Haynes, Rebecca Clay 501
The relationship between ambient air pollution and heart rate variability differs for individuals with heart and pulmonary disease. Suh, Helen H. 7631
Translating translational biomedicine for environmental health. Martin, William J., II 776
Translocation of ultrafine particles. Nemery, Benoit 713
U.S. Ocean Policy Report Card. Tibbets, John 687
Ultrafine particles: Geiser et al. respond. Im Hof, Vinzenz 654
Unfair trade e-waste in Africa. Schmidt, Charles W. 1792
Urinary 1-hydroxypyrene as a biomarker of PAH exposure in 3-year-old Ukrainian children. Chislovska, Natalia 6111
Workgroup report: review of genomics data based on experience with mock submissions--view of the CDER pharmacology toxicology Nonclinical Pharmacogenomics Subcommittee. Thompson, Karol 5762
Zayed Prize winners. Dooley, Erin E. 110

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