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Linking Biological Scales Across Generations: An Estuarine and Marine Model for Measuring The Ecological Impact of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds
Grant Number R835799
RFA: Systems-Based Research for Evaluating Ecological Impacts of Manufactured Chemicals (2014)
Journal Article (8)
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Journal Article Pyrethroid pesticides as endocrine disruptors: molecular mechanisms in vertebrates with a focus on fishes. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Brander SM, Gabler MK, Fowler NL, Connon RE, Schlenk D Brander SM, Gabler MK, Fowler NL, Connon RE, Schlenk D. Pyrethroid pesticides as endocrine disruptors: molecular mechanisms in vertebrates with a focus on fishes. Environmental Science & Technology 2016;50(17):8977-8992. R835799 (2016)
R835799 (2017)
R835799 (2018)
Journal Article The role of epigenomics in aquatic toxicology. None Brander SM, Biales AD, Connon RE Brander SM, Biales AD, Connon RE. The role of epigenomics in aquatic toxicology. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 2017;36(10):2565-2573. R835799 (2017)
R835799 (2018)
Journal Article Combined effects of increased temperature and endocrine disrupting pollutants on sex determination, survival, and development across generations. None DeCourten BM, Brander SM DeCourten BM, Brander SM. Combined effects of increased temperature and endocrine disrupting pollutants on sex determination, survival, and development across generations. Scientific Reports 2017;7(1):9310 (9 pp.). R835799 (2015)
R835799 (2017)
R835799 (2018)
Journal Article Bifenthrin causes transcriptomic alterations in mTOR and ryanodine receptor-dependent signaling and delayed hyperactivity in developing zebrafish (Danio rerio). None Frank DF, Miller GW, Harvey DJ, Brander SM, Geist J, Connon RE, Lein PJ Frank DF, Miller GW, Harvey DJ, Brander SM, Geist J, Connon RE, Lein PJ. Bifenthrin causes transcriptomic alterations in mTOR and ryanodine receptor-dependent signaling and delayed hyperactivity in developing zebrafish (Danio rerio). Aquatic Toxicology 2018;200:50-61. R835799 (2017)
Journal Article Scaling up endocrine disruption effects from individuals to populations: outcomes depend on how many males a population needs. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY White JW, Cole BJ, Cherr GN, Connon RE, Brander SM White JW, Cole BJ, Cherr GN, Connon RE, Brander SM. Scaling up endocrine disruption effects from individuals to populations: outcomes depend on how many males a population needs. Environmental Science & Technology 2017;51(3):1802-1810. R835799 (2015)
R835799 (2016)
R835799 (2017)
R835799 (2018)
Journal Article Bifenthrin causes transcriptomic alterations in mTOR and ryanodine receptor-dependent signaling and delayed hyperactivity in developing zebrafish (Danio rerio). AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY Frank DF, Miller GW, Harvey DJ, Brander SM, Geist J, Connon RE, Lein PJ Frank DF, Miller GW, Harvey DJ, Brander SM, Geist J, Connon RE, Lein PJ. Bifenthrin causes transcriptomic alterations in mTOR and ryanodine receptor-dependent signaling and delayed hyperactivity in developing zebrafish (Danio rerio). Aquatic Toxicology 2018;200:50-61. R835432 (Final)
R835799 (2018)
Journal Article Direct and indirect parental exposure to endocrine disruptors and elevated temperature influences gene expression across generations in a euryhaline model fish PEERJ - LIFE & ENVIRONMENT DeCourten BM, Connon RE, Brander SM DeCourten BM, Connon RE, Brander SM. Direct and indirect parental exposure to endocrine disruptors and elevated temperature influences gene expression across generations in a euryhaline model fish. PeerJ 2019;7:e6156. R835799 (2018)
Journal Article 2019. None Frank DF, Brander SM, Hasenbein S, Harvey DJ, Geist J, Connon RE Frank DF, Brander SM, Hasenbein S, Harvey DJ, Geist J, Connon RE. 2019. Exposure to environmentally relevant bifenthrin concentrations results in behavioral and transcriptomic alterations during early development of Menidia beryllina. Aquatic Toxicology 206:1-13. R835799 (2018)
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