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2007


Characterization of the CALUX and Grab Bioassays for Sensitivity and Specificity in Detection of Pharmacological Agents that Activate the Ah Receptor Signaling System

 


2003


Non-Addictive Interactions in CALUX®

 


2002
Dioxins Conference


Recovery Determinations for Bioassay Analysis: Considerations and Results

 


2002
Dioxins Conference


Elimination of Interfering Compounds in Preparation for Analysis by an Ah Receptor Based Bioassay

 


2002
Dioxins Conference


Relationships between Exposure to Dioxins-Like Chemicals, Testosterone Levels, and Sex of the Children of Pesticide Applicators

 


2002
Dioxins Conference


Recombinant Cell Lines for the Detection of Dioxins and Ah Receptor Ligands-Not All Assays are Created Equal

 


2001


Determination of REP Values for the CALUX Bioassay and Comparison to the WHO TEF Values (dioxins conference 2001) Recovery Determinations for Bioassay Analysis: Considerations and Results

 



2001


Analysis of Brominated Flame Retardants and Brominated Dibenzodioxins and Biphenyls for Ah Receptor Activation Using the CALUX® Bioassay

 



1999


Ah Receptor-Based Bioassays for Dioxins and Related Chemicals: Applications and Limitations

 



1999


Characterization of the CALUX and Grab Bioassays for Sensitivity and Specificity in Detection of Pharmacological Agents that Activate the Ah Receptor Signaling System

 


1999


A Comparison and Discussion of Two Differing Methods of Measuring Dioxing-Like Compounds: Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and the CALUX® Bioassay - Implications for Health for Health Studies

 


1999


A Comparison and Discussion of Two Differing Methods of Measuring Dioxing-Like Compounds: Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and the CALUX® Bioassay - Implications for Health for Health Studies

 

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