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    1. Holbech, H; Andersen, L; Petersen, GI; Korsgaard, B; Pedersen, KL; Bjerregaard, P
      Development of an ELISA for vitellogenin in whole body homogenate of zebrafish (Danio rerio)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-TOXICOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Fawell, JK; Chipman, JK
      Potential endocrine disrupting substances from materials in contact with drinking water

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    3. Nicolopoulou-Stamati, P; Pitsos, MA
      The impact of endocrine disrupters on the female reproductive system

      HUMAN REPRODUCTION UPDATE
    4. Denslow, ND; Lee, HS; Bowman, CJ; Hemmer, MJ; Folmar, LC
      Multiple responses in gene expression in fish treated with estrogen

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Bell, EM; Hertz-Picciotto, I; Beaumont, JJ
      A case-control study of pesticides and fetal death due to congenital anomalies

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    6. Rivas, A; Fernandez, ME; Cerrillo, I; Ibarluzea, J; Olea-Serrano, MF; Pedraza, V; Olea, N
      Human exposure to endocrine disrupters: Standardisation of a marker of estrogenic exposure in adipose tissue

      APMIS
    7. Rivas, A; Fernandez, MF; Cerrillo, I; Ibarluzea, J; Olea-Serrano, MF; Pedraza, V; Olea, N
      Human exposure to endocrine disrupters: Standardisation of a marker of estrogenic exposure in adipose tissue

      APMIS
    8. Hossaini, A; Dalgaard, M; Vinggaard, AM; Frandsen, H; Larsen, JJ
      In utero reproductive study in rats exposed to nonylphenol

      REPRODUCTIVE TOXICOLOGY
    9. Newbold, RR; Jefferson, WN; Padilla-Banks, E; Walker, VR; Pena, DS
      Cell response endpoints enhance sensitivity of the immature mouse uterotropic assay

      REPRODUCTIVE TOXICOLOGY
    10. Fent, K
      Fish cell lines as versatile tools in ecotoxicology: assessment of cytotoxicity, cytochrome P4501A induction potential and estrogenic activity of chemicals and environmental samples

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    11. Okazaki, K; Okazaki, S; Nishimura, S; Nakamura, H; Kitamura, Y; Hatayama, K; Nakamura, A; Tsuda, T; Katsumata, T; Nishikawa, A; Hirose, M
      A repeated 28-day oral dose toxicity study of methoxychlor in rats, based on the 'Enhanced OECD Test Guideline 407' for screening endocrine-disrupting chemicals

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    12. Baker, ME
      Hydroxysteroid dehydrogenases: ancient and modern regulators of adrenal and sex steroid action

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Nellemann, C; Vinggaard, AM; Dalgaard, M; Hossaini, A; Larsen, JJ
      Quantification of antiandrogen effect determined by Lightcycler technology

      TOXICOLOGY
    14. Tanaka, H; Yakou, Y; Takahashi, A; Higashitani, T; Komori, K
      Comparison between estrogenicities estimated from DNA recombinant yeast assay and from chemical analyses of endocrine disruptors during sewage treatment

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    15. Meregalli, G; Pluymers, L; Ollevier, F
      Induction of mouthpart deformities in Chironomus riparius larvae exposed to 4-n-nonylphenol

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    16. Itoh, N; Kayama, F; Tatsuki, J; Tsukamoto, T
      Have sperm counts deteriorated over the past 20 years in healthy, young Japanese men? Results from the Sapporo area

      JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY
    17. Carnevali, MDC; Bonasoro, F; Patruno, M; Thorndyke, MC; Galassi, S
      PCB exposure and regeneration in crinoids (Echinodermata)

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    18. Wynne-Edwards, KE
      Evolutionary biology of plant defenses against herbivory and their predictive implications for endocrine disruptor susceptibility in vertebrates

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    19. Lindhe, O; Lund, BO; Bergman, A; Brandt, I
      Irreversible binding and adrenocorticolytic activity of the DDT metabolite3-methylsulfonyl-DDE examined in tissue-slice culture

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    20. Markey, CM; Michaelson, CL; Veson, EC; Sonnenschein, C; Soto, AM
      The mouse uterotrophic assay: A reevaluation of its validity in assessing the estrogenicity of bisphenol A

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    21. Marx, A; Sherry, J; Hansen, PD; Hock, B
      A new monoclonal antibody against vitellogenin from rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      CHEMOSPHERE
    22. Piferrer, F
      Endocrine sex control strategies for the feminization of teleost fish

      AQUACULTURE
    23. Herath, CB; Watanabe, G; Katsuda, S; Yoshida, M; Suzuki, AK; Taya, K
      Exposure of neonatal female rats to p-tert-octylphenol disrupts afternoon surges of luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone and prolactin secretion, and interferes with sexual receptive behavior in adulthood

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    24. Lagana, A; Fago, G; Marino, A; Santarelli, D
      Liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry applied to the analysis of natural and synthetic steroids in environmental waters

      ANALYTICAL LETTERS
    25. de Alda, MJL; Barcelo, D
      Determination of steroid sex hormones and related synthetic compounds considered as endocrine disrupters in water by fully automated on-line solid-phase extraction-liquid chromatography-diode array detection

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    26. Aou, S; Li, XL; Kubo, K; Oomura, Y; Hori, T
      Thermoregulation as survival mechanism in individuals and species: Mutual control of body temperature, ingestion, and reproduction in the hypothalamus

      THERMOTHERAPY FOR NEOPLASIA INFLAMMATION, AND PAIN
    27. Sharpe, RM
      Environment, lifestyle and male infertility

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM
    28. Parks, LG; Ostby, JS; Lambright, CR; Abbott, BD; Klinefelter, GR; Barlow, NJ; Gray, LE
      The plasticizer diethylhexyl phthalate induces malformations by decreasingfetal testosterone synthesis during sexual differentiation in the male rat

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    29. Hodges, LC; Bergerson, JS; Hunter, DS; Walker, CL
      Estrogenic effects of organochlorine pesticides on uterine leiomyoma cellsin vitro

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    30. Sierra-Santoyo, A; Hernandez, M; Albores, A; Cebrian, ME
      Sex-dependent regulation of hepatic cytochrome P-450 by DDT

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    31. Laws, SC; Carey, SA; Ferrell, JM; Bodman, GJ; Cooper, RL
      Estrogenic activity of octylphenol, nonylphenol, bisphenol A and methoxychlor in rats

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    32. Matthews, J; Zacharewski, T
      Differential binding affinities of PCBs, HO-PCBs, and aroclors with recombinant human, rainbow trout (Onchorhynkiss mykiss), and green anole (Anolis carolinensis) estrogen receptors, using a semi-high throughput competitive binding assay

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    33. Valentin-Blasini, L; Blount, BC; Rogers, HS; Needham, LL
      HPLC-MS/MS method for the measurement of seven phytoestrogens in human serum and urine

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    34. Glynn, AW; Michaelsson, K; Lind, PM; Wolk, A; Aune, M; Atuma, S; Darnerud, PO; Mallmin, H
      Organochlorines and bone mineral density in Swedish men from the general population

      OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL
    35. Tully, DB; Cox, VT; Mumtaz, MM; Davis, VL; Chapin, RE
      Six high-priority organochlorine pesticides, either singly or in combination, are nonestrogenic in transfected HeLa cells

      REPRODUCTIVE TOXICOLOGY
    36. Nakamura, S; Takino, M; Daishima, S
      Determination of chlorophenols, bisphenol A and 17 beta-estradiol by gas chromatography/negative-ion chemical-ionization mass spectrometry

      BUNSEKI KAGAKU
    37. Baccarelli, A; Pesatori, AC; Bertazzi, PA
      Occupational and environmental agents as endocrine disrupters: Experimental and human evidence

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
    38. Kang, KS; Kim, HS; Ryu, DY; Che, JH; Lee, YS
      Immature uterotrophic assay is more sensitive than ovariectomized uterotrophic assay for the detection of estrogenicity of p-nonylphenol in Sprague-Dawley rats

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    39. Toyoda, K; Shibutani, M; Tamura, T; Koujitani, T; Uneyama, C; Hirose, M
      Repeated dose (28 days) oral toxicity study of flutamide in rats, based onthe draft protocol for the 'Enhanced OECD Test Guideline 407' for screening for endocrine-disrupting chemicals

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    40. Ahmed, SR
      The immune system as a potential target for environmental estrogens (endocrine disrupters): a new emerging field

      TOXICOLOGY
    41. Vinggaard, AM; Hnida, C; Larsen, JC
      Environmental polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons affect androgen receptor activation in vitro

      TOXICOLOGY
    42. Tryphonas, L; Gopinath, C
      A synopsis of the Third International Federation of Societies of Toxicologic Pathologists Conference

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    43. Kennedy, S
      Endocrine disrupters: Overview and a pathologist's perspective

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    44. Nilsson, R
      Endocrine modulators in the food chain and environment

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    45. Ashby, J
      Validation of in vitro and in vivo methods for assessing endocrine disrupting chemicals

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    46. Fenner-Crisp, PA
      Endocrine modulators: Risk characterization and assessment

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    47. Yoshida, A; Newbold, RR; Dixon, D
      Abnormal cell differentiation and p21 expression of endometrial epithelialcells following developmental exposure to diethylstilbestrol (DES)

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    48. Papoulias, DM; Noltie, DB; Tillitt, DE
      An in vivo model fish system to test chemical effects on sexual differentiation and development: exposure to ethinyl estradiol

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    49. Zoeller, RT; Crofton, KM
      Thyroid hormone action in fetal brain development and potential for disruption by environmental chemicals

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    50. Fang, H; Tong, WD; Perkins, R; Soto, AM; Prechtl, NV; Sheehan, DM
      Quantitative comparisons of in vitro assays for estrogenic activities

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    51. Edmunds, JSG; McCarthy, RA; Ramsdell, JS
      Permanent and functional male-to-female sex reversal in d-rR strain medaka(Oryzias latipes) following egg microinjection of o,p '-DDT

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    52. Ohtani, H; Miura, I; Ichikawa, Y
      Effects of dibutyl phthalate as an environmental endocrine disrupter on gonadal sex differentiation of genetic males of the frog Rana rugosa

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    53. Olden, K; Newbold, RR
      Women's health and the environment in the 21st century

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    54. Stoffel, MH; Wahli, T; Friess, AE; Burkhardt-Holm, P
      Exposure of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) to nonylphenol is associated with an increased chloride cell fractional surface area

      SCHWEIZER ARCHIV FUR TIERHEILKUNDE
    55. Brien, SE; Heaton, JPW; Racz, WJ; Adams, MA
      Effects of an environmental anti-androgen on erectile function in an animal penile erection model

      JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    56. Kloas, W; Schrag, B; Ehnes, C; Segner, H
      Binding of xenobiotics to hepatic estrogen receptor and plasma sex steroidbinding protein in the teleost fish, the common carp (Cyprinus carpio)

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    57. Vandelac, L; Bacon, MH
      Will we be taught ethics by our clones? The mutations of the living, from endocrine disruptors to genetics

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH IN CLINICAL OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
    58. Purchase, IFH
      Ethical review of regulatory toxicology guidelines involving experiments on animals: The example of endocrine disrupters

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    59. Zhou, T; John-Alder, HB; Weis, P; Weis, JS
      Thyroidal status of mummichogs (Fundulus heteroclitus) from a polluted versus a reference habitat

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    60. Yoshida, A; Newbold, RR; Dixon, D
      Effects of neonatal diethylstilbestrol (DES) exposure on morphology and growth patterns of endometrial epithelial cells in CD-1 mice

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    61. Sakabe, K; Okuma, M; Karaki, S; Matsuura, S; Yoshida, T; Aikawa, H; Izumi, S; Kayama, F
      Inhibitory effect of natural and environmental estrogens on thymic hormoneproduction in thymus epithelial cell culture

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY
    62. Mak, P; Dela Cruz, F; Chen, S
      A yeast screen system for aromatase inhibitors and ligands for androgen receptor: Yeast cells transformed with aromatase and androgen receptor

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    63. Ben-Jonathan, N; Cooper, RL; Foster, P; Hughes, CL; Hoyer, PB; Klotz, D; Kohn, M; Lamb, DJ; Stancel, GM
      An approach to the development of quantitative models to assess the effects of exposure to environmentally relevant levels of endocrine disrupters onhomeostasis in adults

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    64. Bigsby, R; Chapin, RE; Daston, GP; Davis, BJ; Gorski, J; Gray, LE; Howdeshell, KL; Zoeller, RT; vom Saal, FS
      Evaluating the effects of endocrine disrupters on endocrine function during development

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    65. Palanza, P; Parmigiani, S; Liu, HF; Vom Saal, FS
      Prenatal exposure to low doses of the estrogenic chemicals diethylstilbestrol and o,p '-DDT alters aggressive behavior of male and female house mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    66. Maymo, AC; Cervera, A; Garcera, MD; Martinez, R
      Sequiterpene-related compounds as endocrine disrupters in Oncopeltus fasciatus, and potential reduced glutathione synthesis modifiers

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    67. Yadetie, F; Arukwe, A; Goksoyr, A; Male, R
      Induction of hepatic estrogen receptor in juvenile Atlantic salmon in vivoby the environmental estrogen, 4-nonylphenol

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    68. Rollerova, E; Urbancikova, M
      Estrogenic potential of environmental compounds

      BIOLOGIA
    69. Nakai, M; Tabira, Y; Asai, D; Yakabe, Y; Shimyozu, T; Noguchi, M; Takatsuki, M; Shimohigashi, Y
      Binding characteristics of dialkyl phthalates for the estrogen receptor

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    70. Fent, K; Woodin, BR; Stegeman, JJ
      Effects of triphenyltin and other organotins on hepatic monooxygenase system in fish

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    71. Kolar, R
      OECD pushes antiquated animal test for endocrine disrupting activity

      ALTEX-ALTERNATIVEN ZU TIEREXPERIMENTEN
    72. NAVAS JM; SEGNER H
      ANTIESTROGENIC ACTIVITY OF ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL CHEMICALS

      Environmental science and pollution research international
    73. YAMANAKA S; ARIZONO K; MATSUDA Y; SOYANO K; URUSHITANI H; IGUCHI T; SAKAKIBARA R
      DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF AN EFFECTIVE DETECTION METHOD FOR FISHPLASMA VITELLOGENIN INDUCED BY ENVIRONMENTAL ESTROGENS

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    74. SKAKKEBAEK NE; RAJPERTDEMEYTS E; JORGENSEN N; CARLSEN E; PETERSEN PM; GIWERCMAN A; ANDERSEN AG; JENSEN TK; ANDERSSON AM; MULLER J
      GERM-CELL CANCER AND DISORDERS OF SPERMATOGENESIS - AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONNECTION

      APMIS. Acta pathologica, microbiologica et immunologica Scandinavica
    75. CRAIN DA; GUILLETTE LJ
      REPTILES AS MODELS OF CONTAMINANT-INDUCED ENDOCRINE DISRUPTION

      Animal reproduction science
    76. Strauss, L; Santti, R; Saarinen, N; Streng, T; Joshi, S; Makela, S
      Dietary phytoestrogens and their role in hormonally dependent disease

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    77. ASCHENGRAU A; COOGAN PF; QUINN MM; CASHINS LJ
      OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO ESTROGENIC CHEMICALS AND THE OCCURRENCE OF BREAST-CANCER - AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    78. STAHLSCHMIDTALLNER P; ALLNER B; ROMBKE J; KNACKER T
      ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS IN THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT

      Environmental science and pollution research international
    79. MCEWEN SA; MCNAB WB
      CONTAMINANTS OF NONBIOLOGICAL ORIGIN IN FOODS FROM ANIMALS

      Revue scientifique et technique - Office international des epizooties
    80. TILSON HA; KAVLOCK RJ
      THE WORKSHOP ON ENDOCRINE DISRUPTER RESEARCH NEEDS - A REPORT

      Neurotoxicology
    81. EDMUNDS JSG; FAIREY ER; RAMSDELL JS
      A RAPID AND SENSITIVE HIGH-THROUGHPUT REPORTER GENE ASSAY FOR ESTROGENIC EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS

      Neurotoxicology
    82. LEBLANC GA
      ARE ENVIRONMENTAL SENTINELS SIGNALING

      Environmental health perspectives
    83. COLBORN T
      ENVIRONMENTAL ESTROGENS - HEALTH IMPLICATIONS FOR HUMANS AND WILDLIFE

      Environmental health perspectives
    84. COLBORN T
      PESTICIDES - HOW RESEARCH HAS SUCCEEDED AND FAILED TO TRANSLATE SCIENCE INTO POLICY - ENDOCRINOLOGIC EFFECTS ON WILDLIFE

      Environmental health perspectives
    85. FACEMIRE CF; GROSS TS; GUILLETTE LJ
      REPRODUCTIVE IMPAIRMENT IN THE FLORIDA PANTHER - NATURE OR NURTURE

      Environmental health perspectives


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