Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles for 2008

Aelion, C. Marjorie

Aelion C.M., H.T. Davis, S. McDermott and A.B. Lawson. Metal concentrations in rural topsoil in South Carolina; Potential for human health impact. Science of the Total Environment. 2008. 402:149-156.

Zhen, H., A. B. Lawson, S. McDermott, A. Pande Lamichhane and M. Aelion. A spatial analysis of mental retardation of unknown cause and maternal residence during pregnancy. Geospatial Health. 2008. 2:173-182.

Aelion, C.M. and J.R.V. Flora. Evaluating alkaline microcapsules for pH control and reductive dechlorination of trichloroethylene in sediment. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management. 2008. 9:3-19.

Flora, J.R.V., B. Baker, D. Wybenga, H. Zhu and C.M. Aelion. Preparation of acidic and alkaline macrocapsules for pH control. Chemosphere. 2008. 70:1077-1084.

Liu, L. B. Baker, J.R.V. Flora and C.M. Aelion. Kinetics of acidic macrocapsules in controlling the pH of groundwater. Environmental Engineering Science. 2008. 25:1-8.

Calabrese, Edward

Maynard, K., Calabrese, E.J., Rodricks, J., and Ochoa, R. Hormesis: Introduction. Amer. J. Pharmacol. Toxicol. 2008. 3:1-3.

Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis: Principles and applications for pharmacology and toxicology. Amer. J. Pharm. Toxicol. 2008. 3:59-71. 7

Calabrese, E.J., Stanek III, E.J., Nascarella, M.A., and Hoffmann, G.R. Hormesis predicts low-dose responses better than threshold models. Int. J. Toxicol. 2008. 27:369-378.

Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis and medicine. Brit. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 2008. 66:594-617.

Iavicoli, I., Carelli, G., Marinacio, A., Fontana, L., and Calabrese, E.J. Effects of sub- chronic exposure to palladium (as potassium hexachloro-palladate) on cytokines in male Wistar rats. Hum. Exper. Toxicol. 2008. 27:493-497.

Mattson, M.P. and Calabrese, E.J. Best in Small Doses. The New Scientists. 2008. 199:36-39.

Calabrese, E.J. Pain and U-shaped dose responses: Occurrence, mechanisms and clinical implications. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:579-590.

Calabrese, E.J. U-shaped dose response in behavioral pharmacology: Historical foundations. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:591-598.

Calabrese, E.J. Addiction and dose response: The psychomotor stimulant theory of addiction reveals that hormetic dose responses are dominant. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:599-618.

Calabrese, E.J. An assessment of anxiolytic drug screening tests: Hormetic dose responses predominate. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:489-542.

Calabrese, E.J. Modulation of the epileptic seizure threshold: Implications of biphasic dose responses. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:543-556.

Calabrese, E.J. Drug therapies for stroke and traumatic brain injury often display U- shaped dose responses: Occurrence, mechanisms and clinical implications. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:557-577.

Calabrese, E.J. Alzheimer’s disease drugs: An application of the hormetic dose response model. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:419-451

Calabrese, E.J. Stress biology and hormesis: The Yerkes-Dodson law in psychology: A special case of the hormesis dose-response. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:453-462.

Calabrese, E.J. Astrocytes. Adaptive responses to low doses of neurotoxins. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:463-471.

Calabrese, E.J. P-glycoprotein efflux transporter activity often displays biphasic dose response relationships. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:473-487. 8

Calabrese, E.J. Neuroscience and hormesis. Overview and general findings. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:249-252.

Calabrese, E.J. Dose-response features of neuroprotective agents: An integrative summary. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:253-348.

Calabrese, E.J. Pharmacological enhancement of neuronal survival. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:349-389.

Calabrese, E.J. Enhancing and regulating neurite outgrowth. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2008. 38:391-418.

Calabrese, E.J. Another California Milestone: The first application of hormesis in litigation and regulation. Intl. J. Toxicol. 2008. 27:31-33.

Calabrese, E.J. Converging concepts: adaptive response, preconditioning, and the Yerkes-Dodson law are manifestations of hormesis. Aging Res. Rev. 2008. 7:8- 20.

Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis and mixtures. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 2008. 229:262-263.

Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis: Why it is important to toxicology and toxicologists. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 2008. 27:1451-1474.

Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis and the law: introduction. Hum. Exp. Toxicol. 2008. 27:95- 96.

Calabrese, E.J. Biomedical implications of hormesis: Part II. Hum. Exper. Toxicol. 2008. 27:149.

Calabrese, E.J. Biomedical implications of hormesis: Part I. Hum. Exper. Toxicol. 2008. 27:121.

Gonzalez, G.J.D., Calabrese, E.J., and Blain, R. Aflatoxicosis in chickens (gallus gallus): An example of hormesis. Poul. Sci. 2008. 87:727-732.

Muilenberg, Michael

Peters JL, Muilenberg ML, Burge HA, Rogers CA, Spengler JD. Alternaria measures in inner-city low-income housing by immunoassay and culture based analysis. Ann Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol. 2008. 100:364-9. 9

Rogers, Christine

Ziska LH, Epstein PR, Rogers CA. Climate Change, Aerobiology, and Public Health in the Northeast United States. Mitig Adapt Strat Glob Change. 2008. 13:607–613. DOI 10.1007/s11027-007-9134-1

Taylor McKernan L, Wallingford KM, Hein MJ, Burge HA, Rogers CA, Herrick R. Monitoring microbial populations on wide-body commercial passenger aircraft. Annals of Occupational Hygiene. 2008. 52:139-149

Peters JL, Muilenberg ML, Burge HA, Rogers CA, Spengler JD. Comparison of Alternaria measures in inner-city low-income housing by allergen assay and cultural analysis. Annals of Allergy Asthma and Immunology. 2008. 100:364-9.