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C. I. Olivares, Field, J. A., Simonich, M. T., Tanguay, R., and Sierra-Alvarez, R., Arsenic (III, V), indium (III), and gallium (III) toxicity to zebrafish embryos using a high-throughput multi-endpoint in vivo developmental and behavioral assay., Chemosphere, vol. 148, pp. 361-8, 2016.
L. Truong, Gonnerman, G., Simonich, M. T., and Tanguay, R., Assessment of the developmental and neurotoxicity of the mosquito control larvicide, pyriproxyfen, using embryonic zebrafish., Environ Pollut, vol. 218, pp. 1089-1093, 2016.
L. Truong, Simonich, M. T., and Tanguay, R., Better, Faster, Cheaper: Getting the Most Out of High-Throughput Screening with Zebrafish., Methods Mol Biol, vol. 1473, pp. 89-98, 2016.
J. Chen, Wang, X., Ge, X., Wang, D., Wang, T., Zhang, L., Tanguay, R., Simonich, M. T., Huang, C., and Dong, Q., Chronic perfluorooctanesulphonic acid (PFOS) exposure produces estrogenic effects in zebrafish., Environ Pollut, vol. 218, pp. 702-708, 2016.
L. Truong, Bugel, S. M., Chlebowski, A., Usenko, C. Y., Simonich, M. T., Simonich, S. L. Massey, and Tanguay, R., Optimizing multi-dimensional high throughput screening using zebrafish, Reproductive Toxicology, vol. 65, pp. 139 - 147, 2016.
J. Chen, Tanguay, R., Simonich, M. T., Nie, S., Zhao, Y., Li, L., Bai, C., Dong, Q., Huang, C., and Lin, K., TBBPA chronic exposure produces sex-specific neurobehavioral and social interaction changes in adult zebrafish, Neurotoxicology and Teratology, vol. 56, pp. 9 - 15, 2016.
C. I. Olivares, Sierra-Alvarez, R., Abrell, L., Chorover, J., Simonich, M. T., Tanguay, R., and Field, J. A., Zebrafish embryo toxicity of anaerobic biotransformation products from the insensitive munitions compound 2,4-dinitroanisole, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, vol. 353426213423811101119262171460151533137496155491999912148102646495238443, no. 11, pp. 2774 - 2781, 2016.
L. K. Mathew, Simonich, M. T., and Tanguay, R., AHR-dependent misregulation of Wnt signaling disrupts tissue regeneration, Biochemical Pharmacology, vol. 77, no. 4, pp. 498 - 507, 2009.