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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Abamectin induces rapid and reversible hypoactivity within early zebrafish embryos Raftery, Tara D.
2015
49 C p. 10-18
9 p.
artikel
2 Adverse outcome pathway on: Binding of pyrethroids to voltage-gated sodium channels induces acute neurotoxicity Shafer, Timothy
2015
49 C p. 118-
1 p.
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3 Age and sex differences in starting nicotine self-administration in early, mid or late adolescence vs. adulthood: Cause and effect relationships determined in a rat model Levin, Edward D.
2015
49 C p. 140-
1 p.
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4 Alteration of juvenile rat emotional behavior and social play following preweanling exposure to inhibitors of FAAH Carr, R.L.
2015
49 C p. 120-
1 p.
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5 Alzheimer's disease: Environmental risk factors and epigenetic mechanisms Renehan, William
2015
49 C p. 144-145
2 p.
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6 A retrospective of studies on toxic induced loss of color vision and contrast sensitivity: What have we learned? Mergler, Donna
2015
49 C p. 113-
1 p.
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7 Assessing exposure to organophosphate pesticides, biomarkers and neuropsychological outcomes in rural populations of Chile Ramírez-Santana, Muriel
2015
49 C p. 128-
1 p.
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8 Assessment of the short-term neurobehavioral toxicity of a perinatal exposure to the hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) α-isomer in rats Maurice, Nicolas
2015
49 C p. 123-
1 p.
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9 A study of the object-in-place visual recognition paradigm for measuring memory impairment in young C57BL6J mice with early chronic low-level lead exposure Flores-Montoya, Mayra Gisel
2015
49 C p. 133-
1 p.
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10 Avian species as alternate models to understand the neurodevelopmental effects of methylmercury Basu, Nil
2015
49 C p. 142-
1 p.
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11 Behavioral effects in male and female mice following high-dose taurine consumption during adolescence Curran, Christine
2015
49 C p. 146-
1 p.
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12 Binding of antagonist to NMDA receptors during brain development (synaptogenesis) induces impairment of learning and memory abilities Price, Anna
2015
49 C p. 117-
1 p.
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13 Binding of epigallocatechin gallate to the laminin–β-integrin binding site decreases neural progenitor cell adhesion and migration: Adverse outcome pathway framework supporting neurodevelopmental toxicity research and risk assessment Barenys, Marta
2015
49 C p. 117-118
2 p.
artikel
14 Brain epigenetic and telomere alterations associated with early-life adversity Roth, Tania L.
2015
49 C p. 144-
1 p.
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15 Brain GABA concentrations and their relation to exposure, movement and cognition in occupational manganese exposure Dydak, Ulrike
2015
49 C p. 147-
1 p.
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16 Can ozone-initiated chemistry explain symptoms among air crewmembers? Wolkoff, Peder
2015
49 C p. 102-103
2 p.
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17 Can zebrafish be used to identify developmentally neurotoxic chemicals? Padilla, Stephanie
2015
49 C p. 109-110
2 p.
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18 Carbon monoxide pollution and neurodevelopment: A public health concern Levy, Richard J.
2015
49 C p. 31-40
10 p.
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19 Characterizations of 3′ splice variants of acetylcholinesterase (AchE) gene in rat: Implications for neurotoxicology studies Padhi, Bhaja K.
2015
49 C p. 124-
1 p.
artikel
20 Childhood and adolescent fish consumption and adult neuropsychological performance: An analysis from the Cape Cod Health Study Butler, Lindsey
2015
49 C p. 137-
1 p.
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21 Chronic MPTP treatment produces hyperactivity in male mice which is not alleviated by concurrent trehalose treatment Ferguson, Sherry
2015
49 C p. 132-133
2 p.
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22 Chronic solvent-induced encephalopathy: Course and prognostic factors van Valen, Evelien
2015
49 C p. 126-
1 p.
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23 Cognitive and motivational impacts of developmental PBDE exposure in rats Driscoll, Lori
2015
49 C p. 105-106
2 p.
artikel
24 Combined effects of prenatal polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and material hardship on child IQ Vishnevetsky, Julia
2015
49 C p. 74-80
7 p.
artikel
25 Combined exposure to impulse noise and styrene Campo, Pierre
2015
49 C p. 119-120
2 p.
artikel
26 Decreased brain volumes in manganese-exposed welders Kim, Yangho
2015
49 C p. 148-149
2 p.
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27 Decreased brain volumes in manganese-exposed welders Kim, Yangho
2015
49 C p. 148-
1 p.
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28 Deficits in neural responses to manganese exposure in Huntington's disease models Tidball, A.M.
2015
49 C p. 105-
1 p.
artikel
29 Delayed neurobehavioral effects caused by zebrafish embryonic exposure to low levels of PCB-126 Glazer, L.
2015
49 C p. 129-
1 p.
artikel
30 Detection and validation of molecular biomarkers for neurotoxicity in fish embryos Fenske, Martina
2015
49 C p. 110-
1 p.
artikel
31 Developing and evaluating AOPs for research and regulatory application Meek, Bette
2015
49 C p. 117-
1 p.
artikel
32 Developmental causes and consequences of drug abuse Stanwood, Gregg
2015
49 C p. 111-
1 p.
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33 Developmental dopamine D2 receptor effects on interneuron development and behavior Ross, Emily
2015
49 C p. 131-
1 p.
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34 Developmental exposure to ultrafine particle air pollution produces features of the autism phenotype Cory-Slechta, Deborah
2015
49 C p. 101-
1 p.
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35 Developmental toxicity of methylmercury is associated with reduced antioxidant status and cofilin phosphorylation Caballero, Beatriz
2015
49 C p. 142-143
2 p.
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36 Development of an in vitro co-culture model of the chicken hypothalamic–pituitary–gonadal–liver (HPG–L) axis to study neuroendocrine disruption Mittal, Krittika
2015
49 C p. 146-
1 p.
artikel
37 DNA methylation mediating the impact of exposure on behavior Szyf, Moshe
2015
49 C p. 144-
1 p.
artikel
38 DNTox-21c 3D brain models to predict DNT and study neurodegeneration Smirnova, L.
2015
49 C p. 125-126
2 p.
artikel
39 Does administration of thimerosal-containing vaccines to infant rhesus macaques result in an autism-like neuropathology? Hewitson, Laura
2015
49 C p. 135-136
2 p.
artikel
40 Domoic acid targets developing oligodendrocytes to potentially mediate toxicity in the nervous system Panlilio, Jennifer Martinez
2015
49 C p. 130-131
2 p.
artikel
41 Do peripheral inflammatory responses link early chronic low-level lead exposure and later psychiatric disease? Sobin, Christina
2015
49 C p. 116-
1 p.
artikel
42 Early-life exposure to organophosphate flame retardants alters behavior in adult zebrafish: A comparison with organophosphate pesticides Oliveri, Anthony
2015
49 C p. 130-
1 p.
artikel
43 Early life lead exposure and schizophrenia neuropathology: Effects on parvalbumin-positive GABAergic interneurons and subcortical dopaminergic activity Guilarte, Tomas
2015
49 C p. 116-117
2 p.
artikel
44 Editorial Board 2015
49 C p. IFC-
1 p.
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45 Effect of dichlorvos in spatial learning and memory during the ontogeny of Sprague–Dawley rats Gámiz, Fernando
2015
49 C p. 128-
1 p.
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46 Effects of acute nicotine on larval zebrafish exploratory behavior in a complex environment Chen, Brandon
2015
49 C p. 135-
1 p.
artikel
47 Effects of adolescent nicotine exposure on memory precision in middle-aged female rats Sharp, Jessica
2015
49 C p. 134-135
2 p.
artikel
48 Effects of environmental exposure to manganese on the visuoperception and visual memory in Mexican children Hernández-Bonilla, D.
2015
49 C p. 122-
1 p.
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49 Effects of prenatal cocaine exposure and externalizing behavior on adolescent substance use (15–17years) Minnes, Sonia
2015
49 C p. 107-
1 p.
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50 Effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on adolescent development Richardson, Gale A.
2015
49 C p. 41-48
8 p.
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51 Effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on early sexual activity: Gender difference in externalizing behavior as a mediator Min, Meeyoung
2015
49 C p. 138-139
2 p.
artikel
52 Effects of prenatal exposure to cigarette smoke on adiposity and metabolism: Preliminary evidence of attenuated energy metabolism Cameron, Jameason
2015
49 C p. 138-
1 p.
artikel
53 Enhanced reproductive, endocrine and behavioral deficits induced by maternal exposure to a mixture of low dose endocrine disrupting chemicals Sobolewski, Marissa
2015
49 C p. 143-
1 p.
artikel
54 Epidemiological studies on outdoor air pollution exposure and neuro-psychological effects: from cradle to grave Schikowski, Tamara
2015
49 C p. 101-
1 p.
artikel
55 Epigenetic and neurobiological consequences of prenatal exposure to bisphenol A Champagne, Frances
2015
49 C p. 143-
1 p.
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56 Epigenetic effects of drugs on early human neural development Leist, Marcel
2015
49 C p. 144-
1 p.
artikel
57 Evaluating data variability for neurobehavioral measures: How much is too much? Sheets, L.P.
2015
49 C p. 112-
1 p.
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58 Fenazaquin aggravates tau pathology in P301S transgenic mice Salama, Mohamed M.
2015
49 C p. 124-125
2 p.
artikel
59 Gestational exposure to common environmental toxicants and internalizing symptoms among school-age children Yolton, Kimberly
2015
49 C p. 115-116
2 p.
artikel
60 Gestational exposure to diethylstilbestrol does not elicit alterations in anxiety- and depressive-like behaviors in C57Bl/6 mice Sprowles, Jenna
2015
49 C p. 133-134
2 p.
artikel
61 Gestational lead exposure in humans and experimental animals: Novel functional and morphological phenotype and late-onset retinal degeneration Fox, Donald A.
2015
49 C p. 113-114
2 p.
artikel
62 Gestation-only trichloroethylene exposure induced differential brain region-specific neurotoxicity in male offspring Blossom, Sarah
2015
49 C p. 119-
1 p.
artikel
63 Grouping of polychlorinated biphenyls according to inhibition of neural crest cell migration Nyffeler, Johanna
2015
49 C p. 149-
1 p.
artikel
64 Halogenated organophosphate flame retardants: Developmental neurotoxicity and possible mechanisms of action Dishaw, Laura
2015
49 C p. 106-
1 p.
artikel
65 Hypothesis-driven testing and analysis: Auditory startle as a case study Raffaele, K.C.
2015
49 C p. 112-
1 p.
artikel
66 Identification of conserved developmental pathways targeted by methylmercury in Drosophila melanogaster Rand, Matthew D.
2015
49 C p. 141-
1 p.
artikel
67 Impact of intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis and other perinatal interventions on the infant gut microbiome Kozyrskyj, Anita
2015
49 C p. 139-
1 p.
artikel
68 Impact of mercury vapor toxicity on vision and visual structures: Human and experimental studies Ventura, Dora Fix
2015
49 C p. 114-
1 p.
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69 Impact of shift work on attention and female estrous cycling: Initial findings in a rat model Balachandran, Rekha
2015
49 C p. 132-
1 p.
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70 Increased GABA levels in manganese-exposed welders correlate with exposure, brain manganese, cognitive function, and motor function Edmondson, David
2015
49 C p. 121-
1 p.
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71 Inhaled ultrafine particles increase inflammatory markers in rodent brains and may contribute to neurodegeneration Campbell, Arezoo
2015
49 C p. 101-102
2 p.
artikel
72 Inhaled ultrafine particulate matter and neurodegeneration";: On the biological plausibility of mechanisms Heusinkveld, Harm
2015
49 C p. 102-
1 p.
artikel
73 Introduction to session on the neurotoxicity of brominated flame retardants and the quest for safer alternatives Eubig, Paul
2015
49 C p. 105-
1 p.
artikel
74 Inulin supplementation during gestation mitigates acrylamide-induced maternal and fetal brain oxidative dysfunctions and neurotoxicity in rats Krishna, Gokul
2015
49 C p. 49-58
10 p.
artikel
75 In vitro neurochemical screening assays to predict adverse outcomes of a set of potentially neurotoxic chemicals in fish, birds, and mammals Arini, Adele
2015
49 C p. 104-
1 p.
artikel
76 Lead-induced disruption of brain barriers and its mechanisms Chen, Jingyuan
2015
49 C p. 104-
1 p.
artikel
77 Locomotor activity and sensory–motor developmental alterations in rat offspring exposed to arsenic prenatally and via lactation Gumilar, Fernanda
2015
49 C p. 1-9
9 p.
artikel
78 Long-lasting cognitive deficits in rhesus monkeys after neonatal general anesthesia induced by isoflurane plus nitrous oxide Paule, Merle
2015
49 C p. 145-
1 p.
artikel
79 Loss of dopamine D2 receptors increases parvalbumin-positive interneurons in the anterior cingulate cortex Graham, Devon
2015
49 C p. 108-
1 p.
artikel
80 Low-dose paraquat exposure inhibits cell proliferation and induced apoptosis in human neural progenitor cells Chang, Xiuli
2015
49 C p. 120-
1 p.
artikel
81 Low dose tobacco smoke extract exposure during development causes long-term behavioral dysfunction in rats Hall, Brandon J.
2015
49 C p. 121-122
2 p.
artikel
82 Lysosomal dysfunction caused by the environmental neurotoxicant manganese increases exosome-mediated cell-to-cell transfer of α-synuclein by a prion-like mechanism Harischandra, Dilshan S.
2015
49 C p. 109-
1 p.
artikel
83 Manganese-induced parkinsonism does not involve degeneration of nigrostriatal dopaminergic neurons: Evidence from genetic mutations and environmental exposure in humans and non-human primates Guilarte, Tomás R.
2015
49 C p. 148-
1 p.
artikel
84 Maternal smoking during pregnancy and offspring methylation: Preliminary data from a case-crossover design Knopik, Valerie S.
2015
49 C p. 144-
1 p.
artikel
85 Maternal stress and the neonate gut microbiome: Effects on early life programming and neurodevelopment Jasarevic, Eldin
2015
49 C p. 139-140
2 p.
artikel
86 Maturation dependent susceptibility to the herbicide paraquat in 3D rat brain cell cultures von Tobel, Jenny Sandström
2015
49 C p. 125-
1 p.
artikel
87 Measuring the impact of diet and environment on infant metabolism and the microbiome Slupsky, Carolyn
2015
49 C p. 139-
1 p.
artikel
88 Mechanisms underlying ocular abnormalities in zebrafish embryos exposed to ethanol Stenkamp, D.L.
2015
49 C p. 114-
1 p.
artikel
89 Microbiota-gut-brain axis: From neurodevelopment to behavior Cryan, John
2015
49 C p. 140-
1 p.
artikel
90 Microglia as central nervous system sentinels and the detection of air pollution Block, Michelle L.
2015
49 C p. 100-
1 p.
artikel
91 Molecular neurotoxicology insights from C. elegans Aschner, Michael
2015
49 C p. 111-
1 p.
artikel
92 Motor and verbal learning and naming slowing of active welders in relation to manganese exposure and MRI imaging results Bowler, Rosemarie M.
2015
49 C p. 147-148
2 p.
artikel
93 NBTS/INA 2015 Author Index 2015
49 C p. 150-153
4 p.
artikel
94 Neonatal (+)-methamphetamine exposure impairs egocentric, allocentric, and working memory in rats Vorhees, Charles
2015
49 C p. 108-
1 p.
artikel
95 Neural stem cells provide new insights into the mechanisms of MeHg developmental neurotoxicity Ceccatelli, Sandra
2015
49 C p. 142-
1 p.
artikel
96 Neurobehavioral and -physiological effects of manganese exposure in welders Quetscher, Clara
2015
49 C p. 130-
1 p.
artikel
97 Neurobehavioral function and low-level exposure to brominated flame retardants in adolescents: A cross-sectional study Kicinski, Michal
2015
49 C p. 106-
1 p.
artikel
98 Neurobehavioral impairments caused by developmental imidacloprid exposure in zebrafish Crosby, Emily B.
2015
49 C p. 81-90
10 p.
artikel
99 Neurobiological consequences of nicotine exposure during adolescence: Mechanisms of short and long-term effects O'Dell, Laura
2015
49 C p. 140-
1 p.
artikel
100 Neurodevelopmental effects of manganese and lead co-exposure: A case study of teeth as a novel exposure biomarker Henn, Birgit Claus
2015
49 C p. 120-121
2 p.
artikel
101 Neurodevelopmental outcome following prenatal exposure to anti-depressant medications Rosofsky, Anna
2015
49 C p. 136-
1 p.
artikel
102 Neurogenetics of toluene in Drosophila Bushnell, P.
2015
49 C p. 110-111
2 p.
artikel
103 Neuronal cell models and methods simulating nervous system function to screen for neurotoxic compounds Sisnaiske, Julia
2015
49 C p. 125-
1 p.
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104 Neurotoxic effects on attention deficit and hyperactivity in rodent models Levin, Edward
2015
49 C p. 116-
1 p.
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105 Neurotoxic hazard characterization and risk assessment of different TriCresyl Phosphate (TCP) isomers Duarte, Daniel
2015
49 C p. 103-
1 p.
artikel
106 Neurotoxicity assessment of 15 brominated- and halogen-free flame retardants Hendriks, Hester S.
2015
49 C p. 106-107
2 p.
artikel
107 Neurotoxicity of acute diesel exhaust exposure in adult mice Costa, Lucio
2015
49 C p. 100-
1 p.
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108 New Insights into analysis of highly variable data: Motor activity as a case study Bowers, W.J.
2015
49 C p. 112-
1 p.
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109 Nicotine–cadmium exposure alters working memory, motor function and increased anxiety in adolescent female mice Adeniyi, Philip Adeyemi
2015
49 C p. 147-
1 p.
artikel
110 −NMDA R/+VDR pharmacological phenotype as a novel therapeutic target in relieving motor–cognitive impairments in Parkinsonism Michael, Ogundele Olalekan
2015
49 C p. 104-105
2 p.
artikel
111 Performance validity in patients suspected of Chronic Solvent-induced Encephalopathy van Valen, Evelien
2015
49 C p. 126-127
2 p.
artikel
112 Perinatal exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls alters cocaine behavioral sensitization and dopamine transporter (DAT) expression in the striatum and medial prefrontal cortex of Long–Evans rats Miller, Mellessa
2015
49 C p. 133-
1 p.
artikel
113 Peripheral and central auditory dysfunctions associated with solvent exposure in humans Fuente, Adrian
2015
49 C p. 121-
1 p.
artikel
114 Persisting impacts of organophosphate and neonicotinoid pesticides on neurobehavioral function in zebrafish Levin, Edward
2015
49 C p. 110-
1 p.
artikel
115 Pre- and post-synaptic dopaminergic function in Mn-exposed humans Racette, Brad A.
2015
49 C p. 148-
1 p.
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116 Prenatal air pollution exposure effects on autism spectrum disorder and neurodevelopment Volk, Heather E.
2015
49 C p. 100-101
2 p.
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117 Prenatal cocaine, alcohol, and tobacco effects on adolescent attention/inhibition Singer, Lynn T.
2015
49 C p. 107-
1 p.
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118 Prenatal exposure to acetaminophen and child neurodevelopment using a maternal self-report questionnaire Bertrand, Kerri
2015
49 C p. 137-
1 p.
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119 Prenatal exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and attention deficit/hyperactivity symptoms in children at 7years of age Rao, Pei-Yu
2015
49 C p. 138-
1 p.
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120 Prenatal exposure to lead and manganese and the intelligence of 7-year-old children Chen, Yu-Chun
2015
49 C p. 137-
1 p.
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121 Prenatal exposure to vapors of gasoline–ethanol blends causes few cognitive deficits in adult rats Oshiro, W.M.
2015
49 C p. 59-73
15 p.
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122 Reexamining the developmental neurotoxicity study and risk assessment Bailey, F.
2015
49 C p. 111-112
2 p.
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123 Relationship between prenatal mercury exposure and development of 18-month-old children Wu, Wei
2015
49 C p. 115-
1 p.
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124 Role of glutamatergic receptors and associated signaling in arsenic induced neurotoxicity and protective efficacy of curcumin in rat primary cultured hippocampal neurons Srivastava, Pranay
2015
49 C p. 115-
1 p.
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125 Role of lead-induced Src activation in regulation of occludin expression level and the permeability of brain barriers Song, Han
2015
49 C p. 131-
1 p.
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126 Role of opioids in hemin-induced neurotoxicity Mick, Hannah
2015
49 C p. 123-124
2 p.
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127 Role of the PON1Q192R polymorphism in the cognitive performance of agricultural workers exposed to organophosphate pesticides in the north of Chile (Coquimbo Region) Zúñiga, Liliana
2015
49 C p. 127-128
2 p.
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128 Screening for potential developmental neurotoxicity based on changes in the ontogeny of activity in rat cortical neural networks using multi-well microelectrode arrays Brown, Jasmine P.
2015
49 C p. 129-
1 p.
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129 Screening the ToxCast Phase I and II libraries for acute neurotoxicity using cortical neurons grown on multi-well microelectrode array (mwMEA) plates Strickland, Jenna
2015
49 C p. 129-130
2 p.
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130 Sex-specific differences in the persistence of cognitive impairments caused by adolescent nicotine exposure Renaud, Samantha M.
2015
49 C p. 135-
1 p.
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131 Sex-specific effects of prenatal exposure to VPA: Behavioral and anatomical evidence Sobrian, Sonya K.
2015
49 C p. 145-146
2 p.
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132 Short- and long-term neurobehavioral toxicity of fluorene after a nose-only exposure during the lactating period (14days) in F1 Wistar rats Peiffer, Julie
2015
49 C p. 146-147
2 p.
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133 Sleep disturbance as detected by actigraphy in juvenile monkeys receiving therapeutic doses of fluoxetine Golub, Mari
2015
49 C p. 136-
1 p.
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134 Social behavior in non-human primate infants and juveniles following administration of thimerosal-containing vaccines Hewitson, Laura
2015
49 C p. 145-
1 p.
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135 Solvent effects on the stapedial reflex Wathier, L.
2015
49 C p. 127-
1 p.
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136 Solvents and Parkinson syndromes Brik, Eric Ben
2015
49 C p. 119-
1 p.
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137 Standardization of SOPs to evaluations: Impacts on regulatory decisions using learning and memory as case studies Moser, V.C.
2015
49 C p. 112-113
2 p.
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138 Structural abnormalities and learning impairments induced by low level thyroid hormone insufficiency: A cross-fostering study Gilbert, Mary
2015
49 C p. 131-132
2 p.
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139 Study of evoked otoacoustic emissions and suppression effect on workers exposed to pesticides and noise de Larcerda, Adriana Bender Moreira
2015
49 C p. 123-
1 p.
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140 The adverse effects of pesticides on the central auditory nervous system in tobacco growers Lacerda, Adriana Bender Moreira
2015
49 C p. 122-123
2 p.
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141 The aerotoxic syndrome: Is there a new low-level neurotoxic syndrome in the air? Pacharra, Marlene
2015
49 C p. 102-
1 p.
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142 The association of early exposure to phenols and neuro-behavior development in school-age children Wang, Jen
2015
49 C p. 127-
1 p.
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143 The developmental neurotoxicity of non-dioxin-like PCBs: Sensitization of ryanodine receptors interferes with neurodevelopmental processes that determine neuronal connectivity Lein, Pamela
2015
49 C p. 118-
1 p.
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144 The effect of adolescent nicotine exposure on Morris Water Maze spatial learning and retention in the adult male Long-Evans rat: Apilot study Blose, Michelle
2015
49 C p. 134-
1 p.
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145 The effects of lead (Pb) and methylmercury (MeHg) on neurochemistry and behavior in chicken hatchlings Johnston, Theresa
2015
49 C p. 122-
1 p.
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146 The impact of enrichment on spatial memory in Long Evans rats exposed to ethanol Percy, Shayla
2015
49 C p. 134-
1 p.
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147 The neurobehavioral toxicity of FireMaster 550® in zebrafish (Danio rerio): Chronic developmental and acute adolescent exposures Bailey, Jordan
2015
49 C p. 118-
1 p.
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148 The objective measurement of drug and environmental influences on brain function Sahakian, Barbara
2015
49 C p. 111-
1 p.
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149 The RAS/PI3K pathway involved in the damage on long-term potentiation of acute aluminum treatment Jing, Song
2015
49 C p. 109-
1 p.
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150 The role of age in mediating the efficacy of chelation therapy in lead poisoned young rats Xu, Jian
2015
49 C p. 114-115
2 p.
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151 The role of skn-1 in methylmercury-induced latent dopaminergic neurodegeneration Aschner, Michael
2015
49 C p. 141-142
2 p.
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152 The waterpipe: A new way of hooking youth on nicotine Maziak, Wasim
2015
49 C p. 141-
1 p.
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153 Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society and the Fifteenth Biennial Meeting of the International Neurotoxicology Association 2015
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9 p.
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154 Thyroid hormone-dependent formation of a subcortical band heterotopia (SBH) in the neonatal brain is not exacerbated under conditions of low dietary iron Spring, Stephanie
2015
49 C p. 132-
1 p.
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155 Towards a clinical diagnosis of the aerotoxic syndrome, possible methods and challenges van Valen, Evelien
2015
49 C p. 103-
1 p.
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156 Toxicological assessments of rats exposed prenatally to inhaled vapors of gasoline and gasoline–ethanol blends Bushnell, Philip J.
2015
49 C p. 19-30
12 p.
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157 Treatment with the antidepressant fluoxetine increases peer social interaction in juvenile rhesus monkeys Golub, Mari
2015
49 C p. 136-
1 p.
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158 Tremor and movement disorders from carbon monoxide exposure — Case report and review of the literature Rutchik, Jonathan S.
2015
49 C p. 124-
1 p.
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159 Tri-ortho-cresylphosphate and TCP isomers — Neurotoxic effects in addition to OPIDN? Hausherr, Vanessa
2015
49 C p. 103-104
2 p.
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160 Understanding adolescent e-cigarette use behaviors: Implications for tobacco regulatory efforts Krishnan-Sarin, Suchitra
2015
49 C p. 140-141
2 p.
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161 Use of alternative assays to identify and prioritize potential developmental and neurotoxicity of emerging organophosphorous flame retardants Behl, Mamta
2015
49 C p. 108-109
2 p.
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162 Weight of evidence (WOE) and benchmark dose (BMD) analysis: Brain morphometry and startle behavior as examples Li, A.A.
2015
49 C p. 113-
1 p.
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