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    1. Baldwin, CM; Houston, FP; Podgornik, MN; Young, RS; Barnes, CA; Witten, ML
      Effects of aerosol-vapor JP-8 jet fuel on the functional observational battery, and learning and memory in the rat

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    2. Rome, HP; Rome, JD
      Limbically augmented pain syndrome (LAPS): Kindling, corticolimbic sensitization, and the convergence of affective and sensory symptoms in chronic pain disorders

      PAIN MEDICINE
    3. Sparks, PJ
      Idiopathic environmental intolerances: Overview

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-STATE OF THE ART REVIEWS
    4. Dawes, MA; Antelman, SM; Vanyukov, MM; Giancola, P; Tarter, RE; Susman, EJ; Mezzich, A; Clark, DB
      Developmental sources of variation in liability to adolescent substance use disorders

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE
    5. Laruelle, M
      The role of endogenous sensitization in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia: implications from recent brain imaging studies

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    6. Graveling, RA; Pilkington, A; George, JPK; Butler, MP; Tannahill, SN
      A review of multiple chemical sensitivity

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    7. Kiesswetter, E
      'Multiple chemical sensitivity', the relevance of toxic, neurobiological and psychic effect mechanisms

      ZENTRALBLATT FUR HYGIENE UND UMWELTMEDIZIN
    8. Sorg, BA
      Multiple chemical sensitivity: Potential role for neural sensitization

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    9. Hornberg, C
      Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS)

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    10. Maschewsky, W
      MCS - chemophobia or chemical trauma?

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    11. Bell, IR; Baldwin, CM; Russek, LGS; Schwartz, GER; Hardin, EE
      Early life stress, negative paternal relationships, and chemical intolerance in middle-aged women: Support for a neural sensitization model

      JOURNAL OF WOMENS HEALTH
    12. SORG BA; WILLIS JR; SEE RE; HOPKINS B; WESTBERG HH
      REPEATED LOW-LEVEL FORMALDEHYDE EXPOSURE PRODUCES CROSS-SENSITIZATIONTO COCAINE - POSSIBLE RELEVANCE TO CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY IN HUMANS

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    13. THOMAS JG
      A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITIES

      Medical hypotheses
    14. BELL IR; PATARCA R; BALDWIN CM; KLIMAS NG; SCHWARTZ GER; HARDIN EE
      SERUM NEOPTERIN AND SOMATIZATION IN WOMEN WITH CHEMICAL INTOLERANCE, DEPRESSIVES, AND NORMALS

      Neuropsychobiology
    15. BELL IR; KLINE JP; SCHWARTZ GE; PETERSON JM
      QUANTITATIVE EEG PATTERNS DURING NOSE VERSUS MOUTH INHALATION OF FILTERED ROOM AIR IN YOUNG-ADULTS WITH AND WITHOUT SELF-REPORTED CHEMICAL ODOR INTOLERANCES

      International journal of psychophysiology
    16. ROWAT SC
      INTEGRATED DEFENSE SYSTEM OVERLAPS AS A DISEASE-MODEL - WITH EXAMPLESFOR MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY

      Environmental health perspectives
    17. BELL IR; WARGDAMIANI L; BALDWIN CM; WALSH ME; SCHWARTZ GER
      SELF-REPORTED CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY AND WARTIME CHEMICAL EXPOSURES IN GULF-WAR VETERANS WITH AND WITHOUT DECREASED GLOBAL HEALTH RATINGS

      Military medicine
    18. Browman, KE; Badiani, A; Robinson, TE
      Modulatory effect of environmental stimuli on the susceptibility to amphetamine sensitization: A dose-effect study in rats

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    19. BELL IR; SCHWARTZ GE; HARDIN EE; BALDWIN CM; KLINE JP
      DIFFERENTIAL RESTING QUANTITATIVE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ALPHA-PATTERN IN WOMEN WITH ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL INTOLERANCE, DEPRESSIVES, AND NORMALS

      Biological psychiatry
    20. BALDWIN CM; BELL IR
      INCREASED CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASE RISK IN A COMMUNITY-BASED SAMPLE WITH CHEMICAL ODOR INTOLERANCE - IMPLICATIONS FOR WOMENS HEALTH AND HEALTH-CARE UTILIZATION

      Archives of environmental health
    21. ANTELMAN SM; SOARES JC; GERSHON S
      TIME-DEPENDENT SENSITIZATION - POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS FOR CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

      Behavioural pharmacology
    22. SZAREK MJ; BELL IR; SCHWARTZ GE
      VALIDATION OF A BRIEF SCREENING MEASURE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY - THE CHEMICAL ODOR INTOLERANCE INDEX

      Journal of environmental psychology
    23. BELL IR; SCHWARTZ GE; BALDWIN CM; HARDIN EE; KLIMAS NG; KLINE JP; PATARCA R; SONG ZY
      INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN NEURAL SENSITIZATION AND THE ROLE OF CONTEXT IN ILLNESS FROM LOW-LEVEL ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL EXPOSURES

      Environmental health perspectives
    24. BELL IR; ROSSI J; GILBERT ME; KOBAL G; MORROW LA; NEWLIN DB; SORG BA; WOOD RW
      TESTING THE NEURAL SENSITIZATION AND KINDLING HYPOTHESIS FOR ILLNESS FROM LOW-LEVELS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICALS

      Environmental health perspectives
    25. HAHN M; BONKOVSKY HL
      MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY SYNDROME AND PORPHYRIA - A NOTE OF CAUTION AND CONCERN

      Archives of internal medicine
    26. WOLGIN DL; HUGHES KH
      ROLE OF BEHAVIORAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL VARIABLES IN THE LOSS OF TOLERANCE TO AMPHETAMINE HYPOPHAGIA

      Psychopharmacology
    27. WOLF C
      MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY (MCS) - IDIOPATHIC ENVIRONMENTAL INTOLERANCES (IEI)

      Environmental science and pollution research international
    28. ROSSI J
      SENSITIZATION INDUCED BY KINDLING AND KINDLING-RELATED PHENOMENA AS AMODEL FOR MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY

      Toxicology
    29. BELL IR
      CLINICALLY RELEVANT EEG STUDIES AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FINDINGS - POSSIBLE NEURAL MECHANISMS FOR MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY

      Toxicology
    30. BELL IR; SCHWARTZ GE; BALDWIN CM; HARDIN EE
      NEURAL SENSITIZATION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MARKERS IN MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    31. GNEGY ME; HEWLETT GHK; PIMPUTKAR G
      HALOPERIDOL AND MK-801 BLOCK INCREASES IN STRIATAL CALMODULIN RESULTING FROM REPEATED AMPHETAMINE TREATMENT

      Brain research
    32. BELL IR; BOOTZIN RR; RITENBAUGH C; WYATT JK; DEGIOVANNI G; KULINOVICH T; ANTHONY JL; KUO TF; RIDER SP; PETERSON JM; SCHWARTZ GE; JOHNSON KA
      A POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF SLEEP DISTURBANCE IN COMMUNITY ELDERLY WITH SELF-REPORTED ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL ODOR INTOLERANCE

      Biological psychiatry
    33. BELL IR; BOOTZIN RR; DAVIS TP; HAU V; RITENBAUGH C; JOHNSON KA; SCHWARTZ GE
      TIME-DEPENDENT SENSITIZATION OF PLASMA BETA-ENDORPHIN IN COMMUNITY ELDERLY WITH SELF-REPORTED ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL ODOR INTOLERANCE

      Biological psychiatry
    34. BELL IR; MILLER CS; SCHWARTZ GE; PETERSON JM; AMEND D
      NEUROPSYCHIATRIC AND SOMATIC CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUNG-ADULTS WITH ANDWITHOUT SELF-REPORTED CHEMICAL ODOR INTOLERANCE AND CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY

      Archives of environmental health
    35. BELL IR; HARDIN EE; BALDWIN CM; SCHWARTZ GE
      INCREASED LIMBIC SYSTEM SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND SENSITIZABILITY OF YOUNG-ADULTS WITH CHEMICAL AND NOISE SENSITIVITIES

      Environmental research
    36. CUNNICK JE; KOJIC LD; HUGHES RA
      STRESS-INDUCED CHANGES IN IMMUNE FUNCTION ARE ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED PRODUCTION OF AN INTERLEUKIN-1-LIKE FACTOR IN YOUNG DOMESTIC-FOWL

      Brain, behavior, and immunity
    37. BELL IR
      WHITE PAPER - NEUROPSYCHIATRIC ASPECTS OF SENSITIVITY TO LOW-LEVEL CHEMICALS - A NEURAL SENSITIZATION MODEL

      Toxicology and industrial health
    38. ANTELMAN SM
      TIME-DEPENDENT SENSITIZATION IN ANIMALS - A POSSIBLE MODEL OF MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY IN HUMANS

      Toxicology and industrial health
    39. MCALLISTER CG; CAGGIULA AR; KNOPF S; EPSTEIN LH; MILLER AL; ANTELMAN SM; PERKINS KA
      IMMUNOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION INRATS

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    40. SPARKS PJ; DANIELL W; BLACK DW; KIPEN HM; ALTMAN LC; SIMON GE; TERR AI
      MULTIPLE CHEMICAL-SENSITIVITY SYNDROME - A CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE .1. CASE-DEFINITION, THEORIES OF PATHOGENESIS, AND RESEARCH NEEDS

      Journal of occupational medicine
    41. BELL IR; SCHWARTZ GE; AMEND D; PETERSON JM; KASZNIAK AW; MILLER CS
      PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND SUBJECTIVE INTOLERANCE FOR XENOBIOTIC AGENTS OF NORMAL YOUNG-ADULTS WITH TRAIT SHYNESS AND DEFENSIVENESS - A PARKINSONIAN-LIKE PERSONALITY TYPE

      The Journal of nervous and mental disease
    42. BELL IR; SCHWARTZ GE; AMEND D; PETERSON JM; STINI WA
      SENSITIZATION TO EARLY-LIFE STRESS AND RESPONSE TO CHEMICAL ODORS IN OLDER ADULTS

      Biological psychiatry
    43. BELL IR; SCHWARTZ GE; PETERSON JM; AMEND D
      SYMPTOM AND PERSONALITY PROFILES OF YOUNG-ADULTS FROM A COLLEGE-STUDENT POPULATION WITH SELF-REPORTED ILLNESS FROM FOODS AND CHEMICALS

      Journal of the American College of Nutrition
    44. BELL IR; MARKLEY EJ; KING DS; ASHER S; MARBY D; KAYNE H; GREENWALD M; OGAR DA; MARGEN S
      POLYSYMPTOMATIC SYNDROMES AND AUTONOMIC REACTIVITY TO NONFOOD STRESSORS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH SELF-REPORTED ADVERSE FOOD REACTIONS

      Journal of the American College of Nutrition
    45. YEHUDA R; ANTELMAN SM
      CRITERIA FOR RATIONALLY EVALUATING ANIMAL-MODELS OF POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      Biological psychiatry


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