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Lead enhances NGF-induced neurite outgrowth in PC12 cells by potentiating ERK/MAPK activationWILLIAMS, Tina M; NDIFOR, Anthony M; NEARY, Joseph T et al.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 1081-1089, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

The functional observational battery in adult and developing ratsMOSER, Virginia C.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 989-996, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

A thermodynamic QSAR analysis of the polysubstrate monooxygenase responsed to xenobiotic chemicalsHOLLEBONE, B. R; BROWNLEE, L. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 157-168, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Assessment of effect levels of chemicals from quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR) models. I: Chronic lowest-observed-adverse-effect level (LOAEL)MUMTAZ, M. M; KNAUF, L. A; RAMANUJAM, V. M. S et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 131-143, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The application of dosimetry models to identify key processes and parameters for default dose-response assessment approachesJARABEK, A. M.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 171-184, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Disruption of the zinc finger domain : A common target that underlies many of the effects of leadZAWIA, N. H; CRUMPTON, T; BRYDIE, M et al.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 1069-1080, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

Thyroid hormone action in fetal brain development and potential for disruption by environmental chemicalsZOELLER, R. Thomas; CROFTON, Kevin M.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 935-945, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

NIEHS perspectives on collaboration among government, academia, and industryOLDEN, K.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 287-289, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Perspectives on collaboration and infrastructure development : industry perspectivesKNAAK, J. B.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 305-312, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Physiologically based pharmacokinetic models : mathematical fundamentals and simulation implementationsHOANG, K.-C. T.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 99-106, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The identification and testing of interaction patternsDURKIN, P; HERTZBERG, R; STITELER, W et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 251-264, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Smiling faces and other rewards : Using the Behavioral Assessment and Research System (BARS) with unique populationsROHLMAN, Diane S; GIMENES, Lincoln S; EBBERT, Caren et al.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 973-978, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

The special and unique vulnerability of children to environmental hazardsBEARER, Cynthia F.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 925-934, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

Development of structure-activity relationship rules for predicting carcinogenic potential of chemicalsYIN-TAK WOO; LAI, D. Y; ARGUS, M. F et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 219-228, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Physiologically based pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling in health risk assessment and characterization of hazardous substancesHON-WING LEUNG; PAUSTENBACH, D. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 55-65, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Program development in military toxicology laboratoriesMATTIE, D. R; MARTIN, L. S; CHILDRESS, T. A et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 291-295, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Role of computational chemistry in support of hazard identification (ID) : mechanism-based SARsRICHARD, A. M.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 115-122, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The application of physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling in human health risk assessment of hazardous substancesCLEWELL, H. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 207-217, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The new chemicals process at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) : structure-activity relationships for hazard identification and risk assessmentWAGNER, P. M; NABHOLZ, J. V; KENT, R. J et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 67-73, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Toxicity estimation by chemical substructure analysis : the TOX II programKLOPMAN, G; ROSENKRANZ, H. S.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 145-155, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Effects of single injection of methylazoxymethanol at postnatal day one on cell proliferation in different brain regions of male ratsLU, Ming H; NING TANG; ALI, Syed F et al.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 1145-1151, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

Identification of functional domains affected by developmental exposure to methylmercury : Faroe Islands and related studiesRICE, Deborah C.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 1039-1044, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

Muscarinic receptors, protein kinase C isozymes and proliferation of astroglial cells : Effects of ethanolGUIZZETTI, Marina; COSTA, Lucio G.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 1117-1121, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

Sensitivity of immature neurons in culture to metal-induced changes in reactive oxygen species and intracellular free calciumMUNDY, William R; FREUDENRICH, Theresa M.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2000, Vol 21, Num 6, pp 1135-1144, issn 0161-813XConference Paper

Decision support methodologies for human health risk assessment of toxic substancesWILSON, Jewell D; CIBULAS, William; DEROSA, Christopher T et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, issn 0378-4274, 320 p.Conference Proceedings

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