Research and Publications

  • AA Levin, T Bosakowski, LL Earle, and BE Butterworth. The reversibility of nitrobenzene-induced testicular toxicity: continuous monitoring of sperm output from vasocystotomized rats. Toxicology 53 (2-3) : 219-30 (Dec 30, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • TL Goldsworthy, O Lyght, VL Burnett, and JA Popp. Potential role of alpha-2 mu-globulin, protein droplet accumulation, and cell replication in the renal carcinogenicity of rats exposed to trichloroethylene, perchloroethylene, and pentachloroethane. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 96 (2) : 367-79 (Nov 1, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • HW Randall, TM Monticello, and KT Morgan. Large area sectioning for morphologic studies of nonhuman primate nasal cavities. Stain Technol 63 (6) : 355-62 (Nov 1, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • RV House, and JH Dean. Adoptive cell transfer studies to examine the role of T lymphocytes in immunity to Trypanosoma musculi. J. Parasitol. 74 (5) : 819-27 (Oct 1, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • JI Everitt, PW Ross, and TW Davis. Urologic syndrome associated with wire caging in AKR mice. Lab. Anim. Sci. 38 (5) : 609-11 (Oct 1, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • L Recio, and TR Skopek. Mutagenicity of acrylonitrile and its metabolite 2-cyanoethylene oxide in human lymphoblasts in vitro. Mutat. Res. 206 (2) : 297-305 (Oct 1, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • TS Miya, JE Gibson, JB Hook, and RO McClellan. Preparing for the twenty-first century: report of the TOX-90's Commission. Planning Committee. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 96 (1) : 1-6 (Oct 1, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • D Pilon, AE Roberts, and DE Rickert. Effect of glutathione depletion on the irreversible association of acrylonitrile with tissue macromolecules after oral administration to rats. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 95 (2) : 311-20 (Sep 15, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]
  • D Pilon, AE Roberts, and DE Rickert. Effect of glutathione depletion on the uptake of acrylonitrile vapors and on its irreversible association with tissue macromolecules. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 95 (2) : 265-78 (Sep 15, 1988). [pubmed] [upload pdf] -->
  • CJ Davenport, H Monyer, and DW Choi. Tetrahydroaminoacridine selectively attenuates NMDA receptor-mediated neurotoxicity. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 154 (1) : 73-8 (Sep 1, 1988). [pubmed] [pdf]