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Kim, Y., H. Tong, E. Boykin, Todd Krantz, J. Mcgee, M. Hays, K. Kovalcik, J. Dye, AND I. Gilmour. Cardiopulmonary toxicity of peat wildfire particulate matter and the predictive utility of precision cut lung slices. Particle and Fibre Toxicology. BioMed Central Ltd, London, Uk, 11:29, (2014).
Farraj, A., L. Walsh, N. Coates, F. Malik, D. Winsett, K. Kovalcik, J. Mcgee, M. Higuchi, AND M. Hazari. Fine Ambient Particulate and Ozone Co-Exposures in Durham, North Carolina: Influence of Season on Particle Chemistry and Cardiovascular Responses in Rats. Presented at Society of Toxicology, Phoenix, AZ, March 22 - 27, 2014.
Gantt, B., S. Hoque, R. Willis, K. Fahey, J. Degado-Saborit, R. Harrison, G. Erdakos, P. Bhave, K. Zhang, K. Kovalcik, AND H. Pye. Near-road modeling and measurement of cerium-containing particles generated by nanoparticle diesel fuel additive use. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Indianapolis, IN, 48(18):19697-10613, (2014).
Williams, R., K. Kovalcik, A. Rappold, AND R. Devlin. Personal and community coarse PM mass component comparisons. Presented at 32nd Annual AAAR conference, Portland, OR, October 03, 2013.
Cernikovsky, L., J. Novak, H. Placa, B. Krejci, I. Nikolova, E. Chalupnickova, T. Conner, G. Norris, K. Kovalcik, D. Olson, J. Turlington, C. Croghan, R. Willis, AND R. Williams. The Impact of Select Pollutant Sources on Air Quality and the Moravian-Silesian Metropolitan Region by the Positive Matrix Factorization Model. Presented at 2013 European Aerosol Conference, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC, September 01 - 06, 2013.
Neas, L., A. Schneider, K. Kovalcik, M. Herbst, A. Hinderliter, M. Case, R. Williams, W. Cascio, A. Peters, AND R. Devlin. Soluble Ions with ICP-MS are Superior to Total Elements with XRF in Assessing Component-specific Cardiovascular Effects of Fine Particulate Matter. Presented at International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, August 26 - 30, 2012.
WALLENBORN, G., K. KOVALCIK, J. K. MCGEE, M. S. LANDIS, AND U. P. KODAVANTI. Kinetics of <SUP>70</SUP>ZN Differs with Respect to Route of Exposure: Intratracheal Instillation Versus Oral Gavage. Presented at Southeastern Pharmacology Society Meeting, Charleston, SC, October 13 - 14, 2008.