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    1. Moser, VC; Barone, S; Smialowicz, RJ; Harris, MW; Davis, BJ; Overstreet, D; Mauney, M; Chapin, RE
      The effects of perinatal tebuconazole exposure on adult neurological, immunological, and reproductive function in rats

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Kihara, T; Surjono, TW; Sakamoto, M; Matsuo, T; Yasuda, Y; Tanimura, T
      Effects of prenatal rubratoxin-B exposure on behaviors of mouse offspring

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Moser, VC; Shafer, TJ; Ward, TR; Meacham, CA; Harris, MW; Chapin, RE
      Neurotoxicological outcomes of perinatal heptachlor exposure in the rat

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Parran, DK; Mundy, WR; Barone, S
      Effects of methylmercury and mercuric chloride on differentiation and cellviability in PC12 cells

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Sachana, M; Flaskos, J; Nikolaidis, E; Hargreaves, A; Alexaki-Tzivanidou, E
      Inhibition of rat platelet 5-hydroxytryptamine uptake by chlorpyrifos and carbaryl

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    6. Vorhees, CV; Weisenburger, WP; Minck, DR
      Neurobehavioral teratogenic effects of thalidomide in rats

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    7. Gultekin, F; Delibas, N; Yasar, S; Kilinc, I
      In vivo changes in antioxidant systems and protective role of melatonin and a combination of vitamin C and vitamin E on oxidative damage in erythrocytes induced by chlorpyrifos-ethyl in rats

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    8. Costa, LG; Guizzetti, M; Lu, H; Bordi, F; Vitalone, A; Tita, B; Palmery, M; Valeri, P; Silvestrini, B
      Intracellular signal transduction pathways as targets for neurotoxicants

      TOXICOLOGY
    9. Navarro, HA; Basta, PV; Seidler, FJ; Slotkin, TA
      Neonatal chlorpyrifos administration elicits deficits in immune function in adulthood: a neural effect?

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Raines, KW; Seidler, FJ; Slotkin, TA
      Alterations in serotonin transporter expression in brain regions of rats exposed neonatally to chlorpyrifos

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Levin, ED; Addy, N; Nakajima, A; Christopher, NC; Seidler, FJ; Slotkin, TA
      Persistent behavioral consequences of neonatal chlorpyrifos exposure in rats

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Qiao, D; Seidler, FJ; Slotkin, TA
      Developmental neurotoxicity of chlorpyrifos modeled in vitro: Comparative effects of metabolites and other cholinesterase inhibitors on DNA synthesisin PC12 and C6 cells

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    13. Whyatt, RM; Barr, DB
      Measurement of organophosphate metabolites in postpartum meconium as a potential biomarker of prenatal exposure: A validation study

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    14. Mileson, BE; Ferenc, SA
      Methods to identify and characterize developmental neurotoxicity for humanhealth risk assessment: Overview

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    15. Cory-Slechta, DA; Crofton, KM; Foran, JA; Ross, JF; Sheets, LP; Weiss, B; Mileson, B
      Methods to identify and characterize developmental neurotoxicity for humanhealth risk assessment. I: Behavioral effects

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    16. Dorman, DC; Allen, SL; Byczkowski, JZ; Claudio, L; Fisher, JE; Fisher, JW; Harry, GJ; Li, AA; Makris, SL; Padilla, S; Sultatos, LG; Mileson, BE
      Methods to identify and characterize developmental neurotoxicity for humanhealth risk assessment. III: Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic considerations

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    17. Vitiello, B
      Psychopharmacology for young children: Clinical needs and research opportunities

      PEDIATRICS
    18. Preston, BL; Warren, RC; Wooten, SM; Gragg, RD; Walker, B
      Environmental health and antisocial behavior: Implications for public policy

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    19. Kassa, H; Bisesi, MS
      Levels of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in fish: The influence on localdecision making about fish consumption

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    20. Slotkin, TA; Cousins, MM; Tate, CA; Seidler, FJ
      Persistent cholinergic presynaptic deficits after neonatal chlorpyrifos exposure

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Thrasher, JD; Kilburn, KH
      Embryo toxicity and teratogenicity of formaldehyde

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    22. Maurissen, JPJ; Hoberman, AM; Garman, RH; Hanley, TR
      Lack of selective developmental neurotoxicity in rat pups from dams treated by gavage with chlorpyrifos

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    23. Lamb, JC; Brown, SM
      Chemical testing strategies for predicting health hazards to children

      REPRODUCTIVE TOXICOLOGY
    24. Kroes, R; Galli, C; Munro, I; Schilter, B; Tran, LA; Walker, R; Wurtzen, G
      Threshold of toxicological concern for chemical substances present in the diet: A practical tool for assessing the need for toxicity testing

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    25. Ponce, RA; Bartell, SM; Wong, EY; LaFlamme, D; Carrington, C; Lee, RC; Patrick, DL; Faustman, EM; Bolger, M
      Use of quality-adjusted life year weights with dose-response models for public health decisions: A case study of the risks and benefits of fish consumption

      RISK ANALYSIS
    26. Dorman, DC; Struve, MF; Vitarella, D; Byerly, FL; Goetz, J; Miller, R
      Neurotoxicity of manganese chloride in neonatal and adult CD rats following subchronic (21-day) high-dose oral exposure

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    27. Duffell, SJ; Soames, AR; Gunby, S
      Morphometric analysis of the developing rat brain

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    28. Auman, JT; Seidler, FJ; Slotkin, TA
      Neonatal chlorpyrifos exposure targets multiple proteins governing the hepatic adenylyl cyclase signaling cascade: implications for neurotoxicity

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Davidson, PW; Weiss, B; Myers, GJ; Cory-Slechta, DA; Brockel, BJ; Young, EC; Orlando, M; Loiselle, D; Palumbo, D; Pittelli, R; Sloan-Reeves, J
      Evaluation of techniques for assessing neurobehavioral development in children

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    30. Green, JT; Rogers, RF; Goodlett, CR; Steinmetz, JE
      Impairment in eyeblink classical conditioning in adult rats exposed to ethanol as neonates

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    31. Adams, J; Barone, S; LaMantia, A; Philen, R; Rice, DC; Spear, L; Susser, E
      Workshop to identify critical windows of exposure for children's health: Neurobehavioral work group summary

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    32. Monnet-Tschudi, F; Zurich, MG; Schilter, B; Costa, LG; Honegger, P
      Maturation-dependent effects of chlorpyrifos and parathion and their oxygen analogs on acetylcholinesterase and neuronal and glial markers in aggregating brain cell cultures

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    33. Claudio, L; Kwa, WC; Russell, AL; Wallinga, D
      Testing methods for developmental neurotoxicity of environmental chemicals

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    34. Eriksson, P; Ankarberg, E; Fredriksson, A
      Exposure to nicotine during a defined period in neonatal life induces permanent changes in brain nicotinic receptors and in behaviour of adult mice

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    35. Simar, MR
      Perinatal exposure to CNS-active medications - Neurodevelopmental risks

      CNS DRUGS
    36. Newland, MC; Reile, PA
      Blood and brain mercury levels after chronic gestational exposure to methylmercury in rats

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    37. Kimbrough, RD; Doemland, ML; LeVois, ME
      Evidence of excess cancer mortality in a cohort of workers exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls - The authors reply

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    38. Cao, CJ; Mioduszewski, RJ; Menking, DE; Valdes, JJ; Katz, EJ; Eldefrawi, ME; Eldefrawi, AT
      Cytotoxicity of organophosphate anticholinesterases

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL
    39. Vorhees, CV; Morford, LL; Inman, SL; Reed, TM; Schilling, MA; Cappon, GD; Moran, MS; Nebert, DW
      Genetic differences in spatial learning between Dark Agouti and Sprague-Dawley strains: Possible correlation with the CYP2D2 polymorphism in rats treated neonatally with methamphetamine

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    40. Virgolini, MB; Cancela, LM; Fulginiti, S
      Behavioral responses to ethanol in rats perinatally exposed to low lead levels

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    41. Hass, U; Lund, SP; Hougaard, KS; Simonsen, L
      Developmental neurotoxicity after toluene inhalation exposure in rats

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    42. Hatta, T; Ohmori, H; Murakami, T; Takano, M; Yamashita, K; Yasuda, M
      Neurotoxic effects of phenytoin on postnatal mouse brain development following neonatal administration

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    43. Dam, K; Seidler, FJ; Slotkin, TA
      Chlorpyrifos releases norepinephrine from adult and neonatal rat brain synaptosomes

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    44. Davidson, PW; Myers, GJ; Shamlaye, C; Cox, C; Gao, P; Axtell, C; Morris, D; Sloane-Reeves, J; Cernichiari, E; Choi, A; Palumbo, D; Clarkson, TW
      Association between prenatal exposure to methylmercury and developmental outcomes in seychellois children: Effect modification by social and environmental factors

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    45. Brenneman, KA; Cattley, RC; Ali, SF; Dorman, DC
      Manganese-induced developmental neurotoxicity in the CD rat: Is oxidative damage a mechanism of action?

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    46. Eskenazi, B; Bradman, A; Castorina, R
      Exposures of children to organophosphate pesticides and their potential adverse health effects

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    47. Das, KP; Barone, S
      Neuronal differentiation in PC12 cells is inhibited by chlorpyrifos and its metabolites: Is acetylcholinesterase inhibition the site of action?

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    48. Slotkin, T
      Untitled - Reply

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    49. Slotkin, TA; Andrews, JE
      More on chlorpyrifos: Response to the letter of Hanley et al. ([1999] Teratology 59 : 323-324), concerning the article by Roy et al. ([1998] Teratology 58 : 62-68)

      TERATOLOGY
    50. Hanley, TR; Shurdut, BA; Nolan, RJ
      Comments on an article by Roy et al (Teratology 58 : 62-68,1998)

      TERATOLOGY
    51. Ohmori, H; Ogura, H; Yasuda, M; Nakamura, S; Hatta, T; Kawano, K; Michikawa, T; Yamashita, K; Mikoshiba, K
      Developmental neurotoxicity of phenytoin on granule cells and Purkinje cells in mouse cerebellum

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    52. Seegal, RF
      Are PCBs the major neurotoxicant in Great Lakes salmon?

      ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    53. ERIKSSON P; FREDRIKSSON A
      NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS IN ADULT MICE NEONATALLY EXPOSED TO 3,3'4,4'5-PENTACHLOROBIPHENYL OR 2,3,3'4,4'-PENTACHLOROBIPHENYL - CHANGES IN BRAIN NICOTINIC RECEPTORS AND BEHAVIOR

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    54. DAWSON R; MARSCHALL EG; CHAN KC; MILLARD WJ; EPPLER B; PATTERSON TA
      NEUROCHEMICAL AND NEUROBEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF NEONATAL ADMINISTRATION OF BETA-N-METHYLAMINO-L-ALANINE AND 3,3'-IMINODIPROPIONITRILE

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    55. OLIN SS
      RESEARCH NEEDS - RECOMMENDATIONS OF AN ILSI WORKING GROUP ON AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN SUSCEPTIBILITY

      Food additives and contaminants
    56. Castoldi, AF; Barni, S; Randine, G; Costa, LG; Manzo, L
      Ethanol selectively interferes with the trophic action of NMDA and carbachol on cultured cerebellar granule neurons undergoing apoptosis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    57. SKLADCHIKOVA G; BEREZIN V; BOCK E
      VALPROIC ACID, BUT NOT ITS NON-TERATOGENIC ANALOG 2-ISOPROPYLPENTANOIC ACID, AFFECTS PROLIFERATION, VIABILITY AND NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION OF THE HUMAN TERATOCARCINOMA CELL-LINE NTERA-2

      Neurotoxicology
    58. LYUBIMOV AV; BABIN VV; KARTASHOV AI
      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY AND IMMUNOTOXICITY OF 2,4,6-TRIBROMOPHENOL IN WISTAR RATS

      Neurotoxicology
    59. STANTON ME; GOODLETT CR
      NEONATAL ETHANOL EXPOSURE IMPAIRS EYEBLINK CONDITIONING IN WEANLING RATS

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    60. RAYBURN WF; CHRISTENSEN HD
      THE MOUSE AS A MODEL TO INVESTIGATE NEUROBEHAVIORAL EFFECTS FROM PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS

      Journal of maternal-fetal investigation
    61. WISE LD; ALLEN HL; HOE CML; VERBEKE DR; GERSON RJ
      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY EVALUATION OF THE AVERMECTIN PESTICIDE, EMAMECTIN BENZOATE, IN SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    62. NELSON BK; MOORMAN WJ; SCHRADER SM; SHAW PB; KRIEG EF
      PATERNAL EXPOSURE OF RABBITS TO LEAD - BEHAVIORAL DEFICITS IN OFFSPRING

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    63. MANDYS V; JIRSOVA K; VRANA J
      NEUROTOXICITY OF 7 MEIC CHEMICALS EVALUATED IN ORGANOTYPIC CULTURES OF CHICK EMBRYONIC DORSAL-ROOT GANGLIA

      ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals
    64. PATRO N; MISHRA SK; CHATTOPADHYAY M; PATRO IK
      NEUROTOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF DELTAMETHRIN ON THE POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF CEREBELLUM OF RAT

      Journal of Biosciences
    65. ERIKSSON P; FREDRIKSSON A
      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY OF 4 ORTHO-SUBSTITUTED POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS IN THE NEONATAL MOUSE

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    66. ERIKSSON P; FREDRIKSSON A
      NEONATAL EXPOSURE TO 2,2',5,5'-TETRACHLOROBIPHENYL CAUSES INCREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY IN THE CHOLINERGIC TRANSMITTER SYSTEM AT ADULT AGE

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    67. HENCK JW; FRAHM DT; ANDERSON JA
      VALIDATION OF AUTOMATED BEHAVIORAL-TEST SYSTEMS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    68. SCHILTER B; RENWICK AG; HUGGETT AC
      LIMITS FOR PESTICIDE-RESIDUES IN INFANT FOODS - A SAFETY-BASED PROPOSAL

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    69. NAGYMAJTENYI L; SCHULZ H; DESI I
      ELECTROCORTICOGRAM CHANGES CAUSED BY SUBCHRONIC LEAD TREATMENT OF RATS

      Neurotoxicology
    70. SOBOTKA TJ; EKELMAN KB; SLIKKER W; RAFFAELE K; HATTAN DG
      FOOD-AND-DRUG-ADMINISTRATION PROPOSED GUIDELINES FOR NEUROTOXICOLOGICAL TESTING OF FOOD CHEMICALS

      Neurotoxicology
    71. DEDUFFARD AME; DUFFARD R
      BEHAVIORAL-TOXICOLOGY, RISK ASSESSMENT, AND CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS

      Environmental health perspectives
    72. WATANABE C; SATOH H
      EVOLUTION OF OUR UNDERSTANDING OF METHYLMERCURY AS A HEALTH THREAT

      Environmental health perspectives
    73. TILSON HA; MACPHAIL RC; CROFTON KM
      SETTING EXPOSURE STANDARDS - A DECISION-PROCESS

      Environmental health perspectives
    74. GUIZZETTI M; COSTA LG
      INHIBITION OF MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR-STIMULATED GLIAL-CELL PROLIFERATIONBY ETHANOL

      Journal of neurochemistry
    75. MONNETTSCHUDI F; ZURICH MG; HONEGGER P
      COMPARISON OF THE DEVELOPMENTAL EFFECTS OF 2 MERCURY-COMPOUNDS ON GLIAL-CELLS AND NEURONS IN AGGREGATE CULTURES OF RAT TELENCEPHALON

      Brain research
    76. BOIVIN MJ; GIORDANI B
      A RISK-EVALUATION OF THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF CHILDHOOD LEADTOXICITY

      Developmental neuropsychology
    77. VORHEES CV; ACUFFSMITH KD; SCHILLING MA; MORAN MS
      PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO SODIUM PHENYTOIN IN RATS INDUCES COMPLEX MAZE-LEARNING DEFICITS COMPARABLE TO THOSE INDUCED BY EXPOSURE TO PHENYTOIN ACID AT HALF THE DOSE

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    78. VORHEES CV; REED TM; ACUFFSMITH KD; SCHILLING MA; CAPPON GD; FISHER JE; PU CF
      LONG-TERM LEARNING-DEFICITS AND CHANGES IN UNLEARNED BEHAVIORS FOLLOWING IN-UTERO EXPOSURE TO MULTIPLE DAILY DOSES OF COCAINE DURING DIFFERENT EXPOSURE PERIODS AND MATERNAL PLASMA COCAINE CONCENTRATIONS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    79. GOLDEY ES; HUGH A; CROFTON KM
      IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF NEONATAL BIRTH-WEIGHT, GROWTH, VIABILITY, AND SURVIVAL-DATA FOR PREDICTING DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY - A SURVEY OF THE LITERATURE

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    80. MULLENIX PJ; DENBESTEN PK; SCHUNIOR A; KERNAN WJ
      NEUROTOXICITY OF SODIUM-FLUORIDE IN RATS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    81. WISE LD; GORDON LR; SOPER KA; DUCHAI DM; MORRISSEY RE
      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY EVALUATION OF ACRYLAMIDE IN SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    82. MARIEN K; LAFLAMME DM
      DETERMINATION OF A TOLERABLE DAILY INTAKE OF DDT FOR CONSUMERS OF DDTCONTAMINATED FISH FROM THE LOWER YAKIMA RIVER, WASHINGTON

      Risk analysis
    83. TAN XX; COSTA LG
      POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR-STIMULATED PHOSPHOINOSITIDE METABOLISM IN MOUSE CEREBRAL-CORTEX - SENSITIVITY TO ETHANOL

      Developmental brain research
    84. TAN XX; COSTA LG
      LONG-LASTING MICRENCEPHALY FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO COCAINE DURING THE BRAIN GROWTH SPURT IN THE RAT

      Developmental brain research
    85. EISENBRANDT DL; ALLEN SL; BERRY PH; CLASSEN W; BURY D; MELLERT W; MILLISCHER RJ; SCHUH W; BONTINCK WJ
      EVALUATION OF THE NEUROTOXIC POTENTIAL OF CHEMICALS IN ANIMALS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    86. STANTON ME; MUNDY WR; WARD T; DULCHINOS V; BARRY CC
      TIME-DEPENDENT EFFECTS OF ACUTE CHLORPYRIFOS ADMINISTRATION ON SPATIAL DELAYED ALTERNATION AND CHOLINERGIC NEUROCHEMISTRY IN WEANLING RATS

      Neurotoxicology
    87. BERNSTEIN JH
      ASSESSMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY - NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL BATTERIES

      Environmental health perspectives
    88. VORHEES CV
      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY INDUCED BY THERAPEUTIC AND ILLICIT DRUGS

      Environmental health perspectives
    89. NEWLAND MC; YEZHOU S; LOGDBERG B; BERLIN M
      PROLONGED BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF IN-UTERO EXPOSURE TO LEAD OR METHYL MERCURY - REDUCED SENSITIVITY TO CHANGES IN REINFORCEMENT CONTINGENCIESDURING BEHAVIORAL TRANSITIONS AND IN STEADY-STATE

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    90. DAMM D; GRANDJEAN P; LYNGBYE T; TRILLINGSGAARD A; HANSEN ON
      EARLY LEAD-EXPOSURE AND NEONATAL JAUNDICE - RELATION TO NEUROBEHAVIORAL PERFORMANCE AT 15 YEARS OF AGE

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    91. ADAMS J
      PRINCIPLES OF NEUROBEHAVIORAL TERATOLOGY

      Reproductive toxicology
    92. TAN XX; CASTOLDI AF; MANZO L; COSTA LG
      INTERACTION OF ETHANOL WITH MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR-STIMULATED PHOSPHOINOSITIDE METABOLISM DURING THE BRAIN GROWTH SPURT IN THE RAT - ROLE OF ACETALDEHYDE

      Neuroscience letters
    93. BELLINGER DC; STILES KM
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC APPROACHES TO ASSESSING THE DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY OF LEAD

      Neurotoxicology


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