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    1. Voss, TC; Goldman, LR; Seek, SL; Miller, TL; Mayo, KE; Somogyvari-Vigh, A; Arimura, A; Hurley, DL
      GH mRNA levels are elevated by forskolin but not GH releasing hormone in GHRH receptor-expressing MtT/S somatotroph cell line

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    2. Goldman, LR; Newbold, R; Swan, SH
      Exposure to soy-based formula in infancy

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    3. Bradman, A; Eskenazi, B; Sutton, P; Athanasoulis, M; Goldman, LR
      Iron deficiency associated with higher blood lead in children living in contaminated environments

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    4. Goldman, LR; Shannon, MW
      Technical report: Mercury in the environment: Implications for pediatricians

      PEDIATRICS
    5. Goldman, LR
      The clinical presentation of environmental health problems and the role ofthe pediatric provider - What do I do when I see children who might have an environmentally related illness?

      PEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    6. Goldman, LR; Harnly, M; Flattery, J; Patterson, DG; Needham, LL
      Serum polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans among people eating contaminated home-produced eggs and beef

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    7. Goldman, LR; Koduru, S
      Chemicals in the environmental and developmental toxicity to children: A public health and policy perspective

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    8. Harnly, ME; Petreas, MX; Flattery, J; Goldman, LR
      Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin and polychlorinated dibenzofuran contamination in soil and home-produced chicken eggs near pentachlorophenol sources

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    9. Etzel, RA; Balk, SJ; Bearer, CF; Miller, MD; Shannon, MW; Shea, KM; Falk, H; Goldman, LR; Miller, RW; Rogan, W; Coven, B
      Ultraviolet light: A hazard to children

      PEDIATRICS
    10. GOLDMAN LR
      LINKING RESEARCH AND POLICY TO ENSURE CHILDRENS ENVIRONMENTAL-HEALTH

      Environmental health perspectives
    11. GOLDMAN LR
      CHEMICALS AND CHILDRENS ENVIRONMENT - WHAT WE DONT KNOW ABOUT RISKS

      Environmental health perspectives
    12. GOLDMAN LR; FARLAND WH
      METHYLMERCURY RISKS

      Science
    13. Goldman, LR
      Lead regulation

      SCIENCE
    14. ETZEL RA; BALK SJ; BEARER CF; MILLER MD; SHANNON MW; SHEA KM; FALK H; GOLDMAN LR; MILLER RW; ROGAN W; COVEN B; HARVEY B; SIMON P
      SCREENING FOR ELEVATED BLOOD LEAD LEVELS

      Pediatrics
    15. ETZEL RA; BALK SJ; BEARER CF; MILLER MD; SHANNON MW; SHEA KM; FALK H; GOLDMAN LR; MILLER RW; ROGAN W; COVEN B; FEDEYKO HJ
      TOXIC EFFECTS OF INDOOR MOLDS

      Pediatrics
    16. GOLDMAN LR
      NEW APPROACHES FOR ASSESSING THE ETIOLOGY AND RISKS OF DEVELOPMENTAL ABNORMALITIES FROM CHEMICAL-EXPOSURE

      Reproductive toxicology
    17. GOLDMAN LR
      CONSTRUCTING INEQUALITY - THE FABRICATION OF A HIERARCHY OF VIRTUE AMONG THE ETORO - KELLY,RC

      Oceania
    18. GOLDMAN LR
      INFORMATION THE KEY TO PREVENTING CHILDHOOD LEAD-POISONING

      Journal of environmental health
    19. MENDELL MJ; FISK WJ; DEDDENS JA; SEAVEY WG; SMITH AH; SMITH DF; HODGSON AT; DAISEY JM; GOLDMAN LR
      ELEVATED SYMPTOM PREVALENCE ASSOCIATED WITH VENTILATION TYPE IN OFFICE BUILDINGS

      Epidemiology
    20. REYNOLDS P; SMITH DF; SATARIANO E; NELSON DO; GOLDMAN LR; NEUTRA RR
      THE 4-COUNTY STUDY OF CHILDHOOD-CANCER - CLUSTERS IN CONTEXT

      Statistics in medicine
    21. GOLDMAN LR
      EPA SEEKS PUBLIC-HEALTH VIEWS ON NEW PESTICIDE LAW

      Public health reports
    22. GOLDMAN LR; HUGGETT RJ; OLDEN K; MEDFORD RL; ROSENSTOCK L; JOHNSON BL; SCHULTZ WB; HUNKER JA
      UNTITLED - RESPONSE-2

      Archives of environmental health
    23. GOLDMAN LR
      CASE-STUDIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS TO CHILDREN

      The Future of children
    24. GOLDMAN LR
      CHILDHOOD LEAD-POISONING IN 1994 - REPLY

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    25. GOLDMAN LR
      CHILDREN - UNIQUE AND VULNERABLE - ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS FACING CHILDREN AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RESPONSE

      Environmental health perspectives
    26. GOLDMAN LR; ANTONCULVER H; KHARRAZI M; BLAKE E
      BANKING OF HUMAN TISSUE FOR BIOMONITORING AND EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT - UTILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY AND SURVEILLANCE

      Environmental health perspectives
    27. GOLDMAN LR
      EPA AND BIOTECHNOLOGY REGULATION

      Science
    28. GOLDMAN LR
      FUNGICIDE REGULATION AND FOOD SAFETY

      Science
    29. REIGART JR; ETZEL RA; GOLDMAN LR; HENDRICK JG; MOFENSON HC; SIMON PR
      THE HAZARDS OF CHILD LABOR

      Pediatrics
    30. GOLDMAN LR; EMMISON M
      MAKE-BELIEVE PLAY AMONG HULI CHILDREN - PERFORMANCE, MYTH, AND IMAGINATION

      Ethnology
    31. SUTTON PM; ATHANASOULIS M; FLESSEL P; GUIRGUIS G; HAAN M; SCHLAG R; GOLDMAN LR
      LEAD LEVELS IN THE HOUSEHOLD ENVIRONMENT OF CHILDREN IN 3 HIGH-RISK COMMUNITIES IN CALIFORNIA

      Environmental research
    32. GOLDMAN LR
      ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT AND NATIONAL POLICY - KEEPING THE PROCESS FAIR, EFFECTIVE, AND AFFORDABLE

      University of Cincinnati law review
    33. BRADMAN MA; HARNLY ME; GOLDMAN LR; MARTY MA; DAWSON SV; DIBARTOLOMEIS MJ
      MALATHION AND MALAOXON ENVIRONMENTAL LEVELS USED FOR EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT AND RISK CHARACTERIZATION OF AERIAL APPLICATIONS TO RESIDENTIAL AREAS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 1989-1990

      Journal of exposure analysis and environmental epidemiology
    34. GOLDMAN LR; CARRA J
      CHILDHOOD LEAD-POISONING IN 1994

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    35. REIGART JR; ETZEL RA; GOLDMAN LR; HENDRICK JG; MOFENSON HC; SIMON PR; FALK H; MILLER RW; ROGAN WJ
      PCBS IN BREAST-MILK

      Pediatrics
    36. GOLDMAN LR
      THE LANGUAGE GAME - PAPERS IN MEMORY OF LAYCOCK,DONALD,C. - DUTTON,T,ROSS,M, TRYON,D

      Oceania
    37. GOLDMAN LR
      VOICES OF CONFLICT - STRATHERN,A

      Man
    38. KAUFFMAN RE; BANNER W; BERLIN CM; BLUMER JL; GORMAN RL; LAMBERT GH; WILSON GS; BENNETT DR; CORDERO JF; KAUFMAN P; LICATA SA; TOMICH P; TROENDLE G; YAFFE SJ; COTE CJ; TEMPLE AR; REIGART JR; ETZEL RA; GOLDMAN LR; HENDRICK JG; MOFENSON HD; SIMON PR; FALK H; MILLER RW; ROGAN W; JACKSON RJ
      USE OF CHLORAL HYDRATE FOR SEDATION IN CHILDREN

      Pediatrics
    39. REIGART JR; ETZEL RA; GOLDMAN LR; HENDRICK JG; MOFENSON HC; SIMON PR
      LEAD-POISONING - FROM SCREENING TO PRIMARY PREVENTION

      Pediatrics
    40. REIGART JR; ETZEL RA; GOLDMAN LR; HENDRICK JG; MOFENSON HC; SIMON PR; FALK H; MILLER RW; ROGAN W; NEEDLEMAN HL; JACKSON RJ; LANDRIGAN P; LIPSETT M
      AMBIENT AIR-POLLUTION - RESPIRATORY HAZARDS TO CHILDREN

      Pediatrics
    41. GOLDMAN LR; CUMMINS SK
      SKEPTICAL ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF LOW-LEVELS OF LEAD - REPLY

      Pediatrics
    42. HATCH DL; GOLDMAN LR
      REDUCED SEVERITY OF EOSINOPHILIA-MYALGIA-SYNDROME ASSOCIATED WITH THECONSUMPTION OF VITAMIN-CONTAINING SUPPLEMENTS BEFORE ILLNESS

      Archives of internal medicine
    43. KHARRAZI M; SMITH DF; BLAKE E; VANCE WA; GOLDMAN LR
      REAL-TIME SURVEILLANCE DURING THE TRIAL EXCAVATION OF A TOXIC-WASTE SITE

      American journal of epidemiology


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