Journal Publications Details for:

Use of a Transgenerational Model to Evaluate Threshold Effects of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Fish
Grant Number R827098
RFA: Exploratory Research - Environmental Biology (1998)
Journal Article (7)
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Journal Article Foran CM, Bennett ER, Benson WH. Developmental evaluation of a potential non-steroidal estrogen: triclosan. Marine Environmental Research 2000;50(1-5):153-156. R827098 (1999)
R827098 (2000)
R827098 (2001)
Journal Article Foran CM, Bennett ER, Benson WH. Exposure to environmentally relevant concentrations of different nonylphenol formulations in Japanese medaka. Marine Environmental Research 2000;50(1-5):135-139. R827098 (1999)
R827098 (2000)
R827098 (2001)
Journal Article Foran CM, Peterson BN, Benson WH. Influence of parental and developmental cadmium exposure on endocrine and reproductive function in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C-Toxicology & Pharmacology 2002;133(3):345-354 R827098 (2001)
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Journal Article Foran CM, Peterson BN, Benson WH. Transgenerational and developmental exposure of Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes) to ethinylestradiol results in endocrine and reproductive differences in the response to ethinylestradiol as adults. Toxicological Sciences 2002;68(2):389-402. R827098 (2001)
Journal Article Foran CM, Peterson BN, Benson WH. Effects of ethinylestradiol on reproduction and endocrine function in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes): I. Developmental exposure. Toxicological Sciences. R827098 (2001)
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Journal Article Foran CM, Peterson BN, Benson WH. Effects of ethinylestradiol on reproduction and endocrine function in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes): II. Transgenerational exposure. Toxicological Sciences. R827098 (2001)
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Journal Article Metcalfe TL, Metcalfe CD, Kiparissis Y, Niimi AJ, Foran CM, Benson WH. Gonadal development and endocrine responses in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes) exposed to o,p′-DDT in water or through maternal transfer. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 2000;19(7):1893-1900. R827098 (1999)
R827098 (2000)
R827098 (2001)