Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles for 2009
Aelion, C. Marjorie
Aelion, C.M. and U. Warttinger. Low sulfide concentrations affect nitrate transformations in freshwater and saline coastal retention pond sediments. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2009. 41:735-741.
Aelion C.M., H.T. Davis, S. McDermott and A.B. Lawson. Soil metal concentrations and toxicity: Associations with distances to industrial facilities and implications for human health. Science of the Total Environment. 2009. 407:2216-2223.
Aelion, C.M., H.T. Davis, Y. Liu, A.B. Lawson. and S. McDermott. Validation of Bayesian kriging of arsenic, chromium, lead and mercury in surface soils based on internode sampling. Environmental Science and Technology. 2009. 43:4432- 4438.
Davis, H.T., C.M. Aelion, S. McDermott and A.B. Lawson. Identifying natural and anthropogenic sources of metals in urban and rural soils using GIS-based data, PCA, and spatial interpolation. Environmental Pollution. 2009. 157:2378-2385.
Zhen, H., S. McDermott, A. Lawson and C.M. Aelion. Are clusters of mental retardation correlated with clusters of developmental delay? Geospatial Health. 2009. 4:17- 26.
Kim, J.-I., A.B. Lawson, S. McDermott and C.M. Aelion. Variable selection for spatial random field predictors under a Bayesian mixed hierarchical spatial model. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology. 2009. 1:95-102.
Aelion, C.M., H.T. Davis, J.R.V. Flora, B. Kirtland and M. Amidon. Application of encapsulation (pH-sensitive polymer and phosphate buffer macrocapsules): A novel approach to remediation of acidic ground water. Environmental Pollution. 2009. 157:186-193.
Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis: A conversation with a critic. Commentary. Environ. Health Persp. 2009. 117:1339-1343.
Nascarella, M.A., and Calabrese, E.J. The relationship between the IC50, toxic threshold, and the magnitude of stimulatory response in biphasic (hormetic) dose- responses. Reg. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 2009. 54:229-233.
Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis, non-linearity, and risk communication. Hum. Exper. Toxicol. 2009. 28:5-6.
Calabrese, E.J. Hormesis and ethics: Introduction. Hum. Exper. Toxicol. 2009. 27:601- 602.
Calabrese, E.J. Getting the dose response wrong. Why hormesis became marginalized and the threshold model accepted. Arch. Toxicol. 2009. 83:227-247.
Calabrese, E.J. The road to linearity: Why linearity at low doses became the basis for carcinogen risk assessment. Arch. Toxicol. 2009. 83:203-225
Calabrese, E.J. and Blain, R.B. Hormesis and plant biology. Environ. Poll. 2009. 157:42-48.
Calabrese, V., Cornelius, C., Dinkova-Kostova, A.T., and Calabrese, E.J. Vitagenes, cellular stress response and acetylcarnitine: Relevance to hormesis. BioFactors. 2009. 35:146-160.
Nascarella, M.A., Stanek, E.J., Hoffmann, G.R., and Calabrese, E.J. Quantification of hormesis in anticancer-agent dose-responses. Dose-Response. 2009. 7:160-171.
Michael L. Muilenberg
Sheehan WJ, Rangsithienchai PA, Muilenberg ML, Rogers CA, Lane JP, Ghaemghami J, Rivard DV, Otsu K, Hoffman EB, Israel E, Gold DR, Phipatanakul W. Mouse allergens in urban elementary schools and homes of children with asthma. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2009. 102:125-130.
Sheehan WJ, Rangsithienchai PA, Muilenberg ML, Rogers CA, Otsu K, Rivard DV, Gold DR, Lane JP, and Phipatanakul W. Allergens in Urban Elementary Schools and Homes of Children with Asthma. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2009. 102:125-30.