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    1. Sanders, JM; Burka, LT; Chanas, B; Matthews, HB
      Comparative xenobiotic metabolism between Tg.AC and p53+/- genetically altered mice and their respective wild types

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Sanders, JM; Chen, LJ; Burka, LT; Matthews, HB
      Metabolism and disposition of luminol in the rat

      XENOBIOTICA
    3. Garner, CE; Burka, LT; Etheridge, AE; Matthews, HB
      Catechol metabolites of polychlorinated biphenyls inhibit the catechol-O-methyltransferase-mediated metabolism of catechol estrogens

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Garner, CE; Matthews, HB; Burka, LT
      Phenolphthalein metabolite inhibits catechol-O-methyltransferase-mediated metabolism of catechol estrogens: A possible mechanism for carcinogenicity

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Matthews, HB; Lucier, GW; Fisher, KD
      Medicinal herbs in the United States: Research needs

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    6. Garner, CE; Jefferson, WN; Burka, LT; Matthews, HB; Newbold, RR
      In vitro estrogenicity of the catechol metabolites of selected polychlorinated biphenyls

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    7. SANDERS JM; GRIFFIN RJ; BURKA LT; MATTHEWS HB
      DISPOSITION OF 2-METHYLIMIDAZOLE IN RATS

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A
    8. MATHEWS JM; ETHERIDGE AS; MATTHEWS HB
      DOSE-DEPENDENT METABOLISM OF BENZENE IN HAMSTERS, RATS, AND MICE

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    9. GARNER CE; MATTHEWS HB
      THE EFFECT OF CHLORINE SUBSTITUTION ON THE DERMAL ABSORPTION OF POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    10. MATTHEWS HB; RAWLINGS JB
      BATCH CRYSTALLIZATION OF A PHOTOCHEMICAL - MODELING, CONTROL, AND FILTRATION

      AIChE journal
    11. NOMEIR AA; MATTHEWS HB
      METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION OF DIMETHYL HYDROGEN PHOSPHITE IN RATS ANDMICE

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    12. MATHEWS JM; GARNER CE; BLACK SL; MATTHEWS HB
      DIETHANOLAMINE ABSORPTION, METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION IN RAT AND MOUSE FOLLOWING ORAL, INTRAVENOUS AND DERMAL ADMINISTRATION

      Xenobiotica
    13. PARHAM FM; KOHN MC; MATTHEWS HB; DEROSA C; PORTIER CJ
      USING STRUCTURAL INFORMATION TO CREATE PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED PHARMACOKINETIC MODELS FOR ALL POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS .1. TISSUE-BLOOD PARTITION-COEFFICIENTS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    14. MATHEWS JM; BLACK SL; MATTHEWS HB
      P,P'-DICHLORODIPHENYL SULFONE METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION IN RATS

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    15. SANDERS JM; BURKA LT; MATTHEWS HB
      COMPARATIVE METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION OF ETHOXYQUIN IN RAT AND MOUSE.1. DISPOSITION

      Xenobiotica
    16. BURKA LT; SANDERS JM; MATTHEWS HB
      COMPARATIVE METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION OF ETHOXYQUIN IN RAT AND MOUSE.2. METABOLISM

      Xenobiotica
    17. MATTHEWS HB; MILLER SM; RAWLINGS JB
      MODEL IDENTIFICATION FOR CRYSTALLIZATION - THEORY AND EXPERIMENTAL-VERIFICATION

      Powder technology
    18. MATHEWS JM; GARNER CE; MATTHEWS HB
      METABOLISM, BIOACCUMULATION, AND INCORPORATION OF DIETHANOLAMINE INTOPHOSPHOLIPIDS

      Chemical research in toxicology
    19. CUNNINGHAM ML; MATTHEWS HB
      CELL-PROLIFERATION AS A DETERMINING FACTOR FOR THE CARCINOGENICITY OFCHEMICALS - STUDIES WITH MUTAGENIC CARCINOGENS AND MUTAGENIC NONCARCINOGENS

      Toxicology letters
    20. CUNNINGHAM ML; SOLIMAN MS; BADR MZ; MATTHEWS HB
      ROTENONE, AN ANTICARCINOGEN, INHIBITS CELLULAR PROLIFERATION BUT NOT PEROXISOME PROLIFERATION IN MOUSE-LIVER

      Cancer letters
    21. SANDERS JM; GRIFFIN RJ; BURKA LT; MATTHEWS HB
      TOXICOKINETICS OF THE CHOLINOMIMETIC COMPOUND BENZYLTRIMETHYLAMMONIUMCHLORIDE IN THE MALE-RAT AND MOUSE

      Xenobiotica
    22. CUNNINGHAM ML; ELWELL MR; MATTHEWS HB
      RELATIONSHIP OF CARCINOGENICITY AND CELLULAR PROLIFERATION INDUCED BYMUTAGENIC NONCARCINOGENS VS CARCINOGENS .3. ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDES VS TRIS(2,3-DIBROMOPROPYL)PHOSPHATE

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    23. GHANAYEM BI; SANCHEZ IM; MATTHEWS HB; ELWELL MR
      DEMONSTRATION OF A TEMPORAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ETHYL ACRYLATE-INDUCED FORESTOMACH CELL-PROLIFERATION AND CARCINOGENICITY

      Toxicologic pathology
    24. MORGAN DL; DUNNICK JK; GOEHL T; JOKINEN MP; MATTHEWS HB; ZEIGER E; MENNEAR JH
      SUMMARY OF THE NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY PROGRAM BENZIDINE DYE INITIATIVE

      Environmental health perspectives
    25. MATTHEWS HB; EUSTIS SL; HASEMAN J
      TOXICITY AND CARCINOGENICITY OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE TO TRIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)PHOSPHATE

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    26. DIETER MP; MATTHEWS HB; JEFFCOAT RA; MOSEMAN RF
      COMPARISON OF LEAD BIOAVAILABILITY IN F344 RATS FED LEAD ACETATE, LEAD-OXIDE, LEAD SULFIDE, OR LEAD ORE CONCENTRATE FROM SKAGWAY, ALASKA

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    27. CUNNINGHAM ML; ELWELL MR; MATTHEWS HB
      SITE-SPECIFIC CELL-PROLIFERATION IN RENAL TUBULAR CELLS BY THE RENAL TUBULAR CARCINOGEN TRIS(2,3-DIBROMOPROPYL)PHOSPHATE

      Environmental health perspectives
    28. GHANAYEM BI; SANCHEZ IM; MARONPOT RR; ELWELL MR; MATTHEWS HB
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TIME OF SUSTAINED ETHYL ACRYLATE FORESTOMACHHYPERPLASIA AND CARCINOGENICITY

      Environmental health perspectives


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