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    1. Zaccaro, MC; Salazar, C; de Caire, GZ; de Cano, MS; Stella, AM
      Lead toxicity in cyanobacterial porphyrin metabolism

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    2. Pande, M; Mehta, A; Pant, BP; Flora, SJS
      Combined administration of a chelating agent and an antioxidant in the prevention and treatment of acute lead intoxication in rats

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    3. Li, P; Rossman, TG
      Genes upregulated in lead-resistant glioma cells reveal possible targets for lead-induced developmental neurotoxicity

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Calabrese, EJ
      Overcompensation stimulation: A mechanism for hormetic effects

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN TOXICOLOGY
    5. Moreira, EG; Vassilieff, I; Vassilieff, VS
      Developmental lead exposure: behavioral alterations in the short and long term

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    6. Struzynska, L; Bubko, I; Walski, M; Rafalowska, U
      Astroglial reaction during the early phase of acute lead toxicity in the adult rat brain

      TOXICOLOGY
    7. Chen, XG; Poretz, RD
      Lead causes human fibroblasts to mis-sort arylsulfatase A

      TOXICOLOGY
    8. Tavakoli-Nezhad, M; Barron, AJ; Pitts, DK
      Postnatal inorganic lead exposure decreases the number of spontaneously active midbrain dopamine neurons in the rat

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    9. Deng, WB; McKinnon, RD; Poretz, RD
      Lead exposure delays the differentiation of oligodendroglial progenitors in vitro

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    10. Deng, WB; Poretz, RD
      Lead exposure affects levels of galactolipid metabolic enzymes in the developing rat brain

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Rubens, O; Logina, I; Kravale, I; Eglite, M; Donaghy, M
      Peripheral neuropathy in chronic occupational inorganic lead exposure: a clinical and electrophysiological study

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    12. Satyavathi, C; Rao, YP
      Inhibition of Na+,K+-ATPase in Penaeus indicus postlarvae by lead

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-TOXICOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Dabrowska-Bouta, B; Sulkowski, G; Walski, M; Struzynska, L; Lenkiewicz, A; Rafalowska, U
      Acute lead intoxication in vivo affects myelin membrane morphology and CNPase activity

      EXPERIMENTAL AND TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    14. Commissaris, RL; Tavakoli-Nezhad, M; Barron, AJ; Pitts, DK
      Effects of chronic low-level oral lead exposure on prepulse inhibition of acoustic startle in the rat

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    15. Quintanilla-Vega, B; Hoover, D; Bal, W; Silbergeld, EK; Waalkes, MP; Anderson, LD
      Lead effects on protamine-DNA binding

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    16. Levin, SM; Goldberg, M
      Clinical evaluation and management of lead-exposed construction workers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    17. Onalaja, AO; Claudio, L
      Genetic susceptibility to lead poisoning

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    18. Struzynska, L
      The protective role of astroglia in the early period of experimental lead toxicity in the rat

      ACTA NEUROBIOLOGIAE EXPERIMENTALIS
    19. Tong, S; von Schirnding, YE; Prapamontol, T
      Environmental lead exposure: a public health problem of global dimensions

      BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
    20. Taillefert, M; Lienemann, CP; Gaillard, JF; Perret, D
      Speciation, reactivity, and cycling of Fe and Pb in a meromictic lake

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    21. Deo, S; Godwin, HA
      A selective, ratiometric fluorescent sensor for Pb2+

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    22. Chandravathy, VM; Reddy, SLN
      Effect of lead on antioxidant enzyme activities and lipid peroxidation in old male mice Mus musculus.

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY
    23. Kanitz, MH; Witzmann, FA; Zhu, H; Fultz, CD; Skaggs, S; Moorman, WJ; Savage, RE
      Alterations in rabbit kidney protein expression following lead exposure asanalyzed by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    24. Singh, J; Parkash, P; Gupta, GS
      State of pregnancy modifies lead toxicity in mice

      BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH
    25. Campbell, JR; Schaffer, SJ
      Predicting the outcome of the CaNa(2)EDTA challenge test in children with moderately elevated blood lead levels

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    26. FLORA GJS; KUMAR P; SETH PK
      RECOVERY FROM LEAD-INDUCED BIOCHEMICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS FOLLOWING COMBINED TREATMENT WITH DMSA AND CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA IN RATS

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    27. NARAHASHI T; TREISTMAN SN; SUSZKIW JB; MILETIC V; ATCHISON WD
      SYMPOSIUM OVERVIEW - CHEMICAL MODULATION OF NEURORECEPTORS AND CHANNELS VIA INTRACELLULAR COMPONENTS

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    28. FERGUSON SA; HOLSON RR; GAZZARA RA; SIITONEN PH
      MINIMAL BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS FROM MODERATE POSTNATAL LEAD TREATMENT IN RATS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    29. SNIDER DE; THACKER SB
      50 YEARS OF APPLIED POPULATION-BASED PREVENTION RESEARCH AT THE CENTERS-FOR-DISEASE-CONTROL AND PREVENTION

      American journal of preventive medicine
    30. HSU PC; LIU MY; HSU CC; CHEN LY; GUO YL
      EFFECTS OF VITAMIN-E AND OR VITAMIN-C ON REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES-RELATED LEAD TOXICITY IN THE RAT SPERM/

      Toxicology
    31. Pounds, JG; Leggett, RW
      The ICRP age-specific biokinetic model for lead: Validations, empirical comparisons, and explorations

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    32. Sole, E; Ballabriga, A; Dominguez, C
      Lead exposure in the general population of the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona: Blood levels and related factors

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    33. PURDY RE; SMITH JR; DING Y; OVEISI F; VAZIRI ND; GONICK HC
      LEAD-INDUCED HYPERTENSION IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ALTERED VASCULAR REACTIVITY IN-VITRO

      American journal of hypertension
    34. KRAMER JL; REDIG PT
      16 YEARS OF LEAD-POISONING IN EAGLES, 1980-95 - AN EPIZOOTIOLOGIC VIEW

      The Journal of raptor research
    35. BRAR RS; SANDHU HS; RANDHAWA SS; GREWAL GS
      EFFECT OF REPEATED ORAL TOXICITY OF LEAD ON ACTIVITIES OF SOME PLASMAENZYMES IN DOMESTIC-FOWLS

      Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
    36. HSU PC; LIU MY; HSU CC; CHEN LY; GUO YL
      LEAD-EXPOSURE CAUSES GENERATION OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES AND FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT IN RAT SPERM

      Toxicology
    37. FORST L; PERSKY V; FREELS S; WILLIAMS R; CONROY L
      LEAD-EXPOSURE IN IRONWORKERS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    38. CHANDRAVATHY VM; SRIDEVI B; REDDY SLN
      AGE-DEPENDENT HEMATOLOGICAL RESPONSES DURING LEAD NITRATE TOXICITY INMICE

      Journal of environmental biology
    39. TORAASON M; MOORMAN W; MATHIAS PI; FULTZ C; WITZMANN F
      2-DIMENSIONAL ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF MYOCARDIAL PROTEINS FROM LEAD-EXPOSED RABBITS

      Electrophoresis
    40. ESCRIBANO A; REVILLA M; HERNANDEZ ER; SECO C; GONZALEZRIOLA J; VILLA LF; RICO H
      EFFECT OF LEAD ON BONE-DEVELOPMENT AND BONE MASS - A MORPHOMETRIC, DENSITOMETRIC, AND HISTOMORPHOMETRIC STUDY IN GROWING RATS

      Calcified tissue international
    41. NEHRU B; DUA R; IYER A
      EFFECT OF SELENIUM ON LEAD-INDUCED ALTERATIONS IN RAT-BRAIN

      Biological trace element research
    42. ROCKE TE; BRAND CJ; MENSIK JG
      SITE-SPECIFIC LEAD-EXPOSURE FROM LEAD PELLET INGESTION IN SENTINEL MALLARDS

      The Journal of wildlife management
    43. TAYLOR SA; CHIVERS ID; PRICE RG; ARCETOMAS M; MILLIGAN P; FRANCINI I; ALINOVI R; CAVAZZINI S; BERGAMASCHI E; VITTORI M; MUTTI A; LAUWERYS RR; BERNARD AM; ROELS HA; DEBROE ME; NUYTS GD; ELSEVIERS MM; HOTTER G; RAMIS I; ROSELLO J; GELPI E; STOLTE H; EISENBERGER U; FELS LM
      THE ASSESSMENT OF BIOMARKERS TO DETECT NEPHROTOXICITY USING AN INTEGRATED DATABASE

      Environmental research
    44. GOMOT A
      EFFECTS OF HEAVY-METALS ON THE DEVELOPMEN T OF SNAILS - HEAVY-METAL POLLUTION BIOINDICATORS FOR HUMAN HEALTH

      Bulletin de l'Academie nationale de medecine
    45. CALDERONSALINAS JV; HERNANDEZLUNA G; VALDEZANAYA B; MALDONADOVEGA M; LOPEZMIRANDA A
      EVOLUTION OF LEAD TOXICITY IN A POPULATION OF CHILDREN

      Human & experimental toxicology
    46. CALDERONSALINAS JV; VALDEZANAYA B; MAZUNIGACHARLES; ALBORESMEDINA A
      LEAD-EXPOSURE IN A POPULATION OF MEXICAN CHILDREN

      Human & experimental toxicology
    47. BERNAL J; RUVALCABA S
      PHARMACOLOGICAL PREVENTION OF ACUTE LEAD-POISONING IN PARAMECIUM

      Toxicology
    48. ERCAL N; TREERATPHAN P; LUTZ P; HAMMOND TC; MATTHEWS RH
      N-ACETYLCYSTEINE PROTECTS CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY (CHO) CELLS FROM LEAD-INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS

      Toxicology
    49. TANDON SK; SINGH S; JAIN VK; PRASAD S
      CHELATION IN METAL INTOXICATION .38. EFFECT OF STRUCTURALLY DIFFERENTCHELATING-AGENTS IN TREATMENT OF NICKEL INTOXICATION IN RAT

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    50. BADMAN DG; JAFFE ER
      BLOOD AND AIR-POLLUTION - STATE OF KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH NEEDS

      Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery
    51. MCGUIRE S; DAGGETT D; BOSTAD E; SCHROEDER S; SIEGEL F; KORNGUTH S
      CELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASES IN RETINAS OF CONTROL AND LEAD-TREATED RATS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    52. SPURGEON DJ; HOPKIN SP
      RISK ASSESSMENT OF THE THREAT OF SECONDARY POISONING BY METALS TO PREDATORS OF EARTHWORMS IN THE VICINITY OF A PRIMARY SMELTING WORKS

      Science of the total environment
    53. CLINE HT; WITTE S; JONES KW
      LOW LEAD LEVELS STUNT NEURONAL GROWTH IN A REVERSIBLE MANNER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. WHITE SA; NARULA AA
      A COMPLICATION OF INDOOR PISTOL SHOOTING

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    55. DHAWAN D; SINGH B; CHAND B; SINGH N; MANGAL PC; TREHAN PN
      X-RAY-FLUORESCENCE IN THE ASSESSMENT OF INTER-ELEMENTAL INTERACTIONS IN RAT-LIVER FOLLOWING LEAD TREATMENT

      BioMetals
    56. MARTINEZGARCIA F; MARTINEZRUIZ F; VICENTE I; PENAFIEL R; CREMADES A
      EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL-TEMPERATURE ON TISSUE LEAD ACCUMULATION IN MICE REPEATEDLY TREATED WITH LEAD ACETATE

      European journal of pharmacology. Environmental toxicology and pharmacology section
    57. LASKY RE; MAIER MM; SNODGRASS EB; HECOX KE; LAUGHLIN NK
      THE EFFECTS OF LEAD ON OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN MONKEYS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    58. KUMAR BD; KRISHNASWAMY K
      DETECTION OF OCCUPATIONAL LEAD NEPHROPATHY USING EARLY RENAL MARKERS

      Journal of toxicology. Clinical toxicology
    59. QIAN YC; TIFFANYCASTIGLIONI E; HARRIS ED
      COPPER TRANSPORT AND KINETICS IN CULTURED C6 RAT GLIOMA-CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    60. GRUNDT IK; RISE M; NYLAND H
      DEFENSE-MECHANISMS PROTECTING GLIAL-CELL CULTURES AGAINST THE TOXICITY OF LEAD

      ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals
    61. CHANDRAVATHY VM; REDDY SLN
      IN-VIVO ALTERATIONS IN THE ACTIVITIES OF ION-SPECIFIC ATPASES IN THE TISSUES OF ANABAS SCANDENS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLETHAL LEAD NITRATE TOXICITY AND RECOVERY RESPONSES DURING POSTEXPOSURE PERIOD

      Journal of environmental biology
    62. KIM R; HU H; ROTNITZKY A; BELLINGER D; NEEDLEMAN H
      A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY OF CHRONIC LEAD-EXPOSURE AND PHYSICAL GROWTH IN BOSTON CHILDREN

      Environmental health perspectives
    63. CHALEVELAKIS G; BOURONIKOU H; YALOURIS AG; ECONOMOPOULOS T; ATHANASELIS S; RAPTIS S
      DELTA-AMINOLEVULINIC-ACID DEHYDRATASE AS AN INDEX OF LEAD TOXICITY - TIME FOR A REAPPRAISAL

      European journal of clinical investigation
    64. KHALILMANESH F; TARTAGLIAERLER J; GONICK HC
      EXPERIMENTAL-MODEL OF LEAD NEPHROPATHY .4. CORRELATION BETWEEN RENAL FUNCTIONAL-CHANGES AND HEMATOLOGICAL INDEXES OF LEAD TOXICITY

      Journal of trace elements and electrolytes in health and disease
    65. GERR F; FRUMKIN H; HODGINS P
      HEMOLYTIC-ANEMIA FOLLOWING SUCCIMER ADMINISTRATION IN A GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE-DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENT PATIENT

      Journal of toxicology. Clinical toxicology
    66. TUTUNJI MF; ALMAHASNEH QM
      DISAPPEARANCE OF HEME METABOLITES FOLLOWING CHELATION-THERAPY WITH MESO 2,3-DIMERCAPTOSUCCINIC ACID (DMSA)

      Journal of toxicology. Clinical toxicology
    67. CHANDRAVATHY VM; REDDY SLN
      IN-VIVO RECOVERY OF PROTEIN-METABOLISM IN GILL AND BRAIN OF A FRESH-WATER FISH, ANABAS-SCANDENS AFTER EXPOSURE TO LEAD NITRATE

      Journal of environmental biology
    68. WIERZBICKA M
      RESUMPTION OF MITOTIC-ACTIVITY IN ALLIUM-CEPA L ROOT-TIPS DURING TREATMENT WITH LEAD SALTS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    69. PREUSS HG
      A REVIEW OF PERSISTENT, LOW-GRADE LEAD CHALLENGE - NEUROLOGICAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR CONSEQUENCES

      Journal of the American College of Nutrition
    70. FRUMKIN H; GERR F
      DIMERCAPTOSUCCINIC ACID IN THE TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION FOLLOWING LEAD-EXPOSURE

      American journal of industrial medicine
    71. TIFFANYCASTIGLIONI E
      CELL-CULTURE MODELS FOR LEAD TOXICITY IN NEURONAL AND GLIAL-CELLS

      Neurotoxicology
    72. SIMONS TJB
      LEAD-CALCIUM INTERACTIONS IN CELLULAR LEAD TOXICITY

      Neurotoxicology
    73. SILBERGELD EK; SAUK J; SOMERMAN M; TODD A; MCNEILL F; FOWLER B; FONTAINE A; VANBUREN J
      LEAD IN BONE - STORAGE SITE, EXPOSURE SOURCE, AND TARGET ORGAN

      Neurotoxicology
    74. CHURCH HJ; DAY JP; BRAITHWAITE RA; BROWN SS
      THE SPECIATION OF LEAD IN ERYTHROCYTES IN RELATION TO LEAD TOXICITY -CASE-STUDIES OF 2 LEAD-EXPOSED WORKERS

      Neurotoxicology
    75. DESTOMBE C; GODIN J; NOCHER M; RICHERD S; VALERO M
      DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE BETWEEN HAPLOID AND DIPLOID ISOMORPHIC PHASESOF GRACILARIA-VERRUCOSA (RHODOPHYTA, GIGARTINALES) EXPOSED TO ARTIFICIAL ENVIRONMENTAL-CONDITIONS

      Hydrobiologia
    76. LEUNG FY; BRADLEY C; PELLAR TG
      REFERENCE INTERVALS FOR BLOOD LEAD AND EVALUATION OF ZINC PROTOPORPHYRIN AS A SCREENING-TEST FOR LEAD TOXICITY

      Clinical biochemistry


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