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Your Environment. Your Health.

Selected Publications

Reproductive Endocrinology Group

  1. Crawford NM, Fenton SE, Strynar M, Hines EP , Pritchard DA, Steiner AZ. Effects of perfluorinated chemicals on thyroid function, markers of ovarian reserve, and natural fertility. Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.) 2017 69():-. [Abstract]
  2. Stanko JP, Kissling GE, Chappell VA, Fenton SE. Differences in the Rate of in Situ Mammary Gland Development and Other Developmental Endpoints in Three Strains of Female Rat Commonly Used in Mammary Carcinogenesis Studies: Implications for Timing of Carcinogen Exposure. Toxicologic pathology 2016 44(7):1021-1033. [Abstract]
  3. Filgo AJ, Foley JF, Borde AR, Reed CE, Chappell VA, Alexander LB, Borde PR, Hayes SA, Fenton SE. Mammary Gland Evaluation in Juvenile Toxicity Studies: Temporal Developmental Patterns in the Male and Female Harlan Sprague-Dawley Rat. Toxicologic pathology 2016 44(7):1034-1058 [Abstract]
  4. Marchitti SA, Fenton SE, Mendola P, Kenneke JF, Hines EP. Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Human Milk and Serum from the US EPA MAMA Study: Modeled Predictions of Infant Exposure and Considerations for Risk Assessment. Environmental health perspectives 2016 ():- [Abstract]
  5. Filgo AJ, Quist EM, Hoenerhoff MJ, Brix AE, Kissling GE, Fenton SE. Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA)-induced Liver Lesions in Two Strains of Mice Following Developmental Exposures: PPARα Is Not Required. Toxicologic pathology 2015 43(4):558-568. [Abstract]
  6. Schwarzman M, Ackerman J, Dairkee S, Fenton SE, Johnson D, Navarro K, Osborne G, Rudel R, Solomon G, Zeise L, Janssen S. Screening for Chemical Contributions to Breast Cancer Risk: A Case Study for Chemical Safety Evaluation. Environmental health perspectives 2015 123(12):1255-1264. [Abstract]
  7. Stanko JP, Easterling MR, Fenton SE. Application of Sholl analysis to quantify changes in growth and development in rat mammary gland whole mounts. Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.) 2015 54():129-135. [Abstract]
  8. Tucker DK, Macon MB, Strynar MJ, Dagnino S, Andersen E, Fenton SE. The mammary gland is a sensitive pubertal target in CD-1 and C57Bl/6 mice following perinatal perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) exposure. Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.) 2015 54():26-36. [Abstract]
  9. Gore AC, Chappell VA, Fenton SE, Flaws JA, Nadal A, Prins GS, Toppari J, Zoeller RT. Executive Summary to EDC-2: The Endocrine Society's Second Scientific Statement on Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals. Endocrine reviews 2015 36(6):593-602. [Abstract]
  10. Quist EM, Filgo AJ, Cummings CA, Kissling GE, Hoenerhoff MJ, Fenton SE. Hepatic Mitochondrial Alteration in CD-1 Mice Associated with Prenatal Exposures to Low Doses of Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA). Toxicologic pathology 2015 43(4):546-557. [Abstract]
  11. Davis FM, Janoshazi A, Janardhan KS, Steinckwich N, D'Agostin DM, Petranka JG, Desai PN, Roberts-Thomson SJ, Bird GS, Tucker DK, Fenton SE, Feske S, Monteith GR, Putney JW Jr. Essential role of Orai1 store-operated calcium channels in lactation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2015 112(18):5827-2532. [Abstract]
  12. Hines EP, Mendola P, von Ehrenstein OS, Ye X, Calafat AM, Fenton SE. Concentrations of environmental phenols and parabens in milk, urine and serum of lactating North Carolina women. Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.) 2015 54():120-128. [Abstract]
  13. Lehmann GM, Verner MA, Luukinen B, Henning C, Assimon SA, LaKind JS, McLanahan ED, Phillips LJ, Davis MH, Powers CM, Hines EP, Haddad S, Longnecker MP, Poulsen MT, Farrer DG, Marchitti SA, Tan YM, Swartout JC, Sagiv SK, Welsh C, Campbell JL Jr, Foster WG, Yang RS, Fenton SE, Tornero-Velez R, Francis BM, Barnett JB, El-Masri HA, Simmons JE. Improving the risk assessment of lipophilic persistent environmental chemicals in breast milk. Critical reviews in toxicology 2014 44(7):600-617. [Abstract]
  14. Reed CE, Fenton SE. 2013. Exposure to diethylstilbestrol during sensitive life stages: A legacy of heritable health effects. Birth defects research. Part C, Embryo today: reviews 99(2):134-146. [Abstract]
  15. Macon MB, Fenton SE. 2013. Endocrine Disruptors and the Breast: Early life effects and Later Life Disease. Journal of mammary gland biology and neoplasia  18(1):43-61. [Abstract]
  16. Dorea JG, Fenton SE, LaKind JS, Berlin CM Jr.. 2012. Researching chemicals in human milk can be conducted without discouraging breastfeeding. Bosnian journal of basic medical sciences / Udruzenje basicnih mediciniskih znanosti = Association of Basic Medical Sciences 12(2):137-138.  [Abstract]
  17. Fenton SE, Reed C, Newbold RR. 2012. Perinatal environmental exposures affect mammary development, function, and cancer risk in adulthood. Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology  52:455-79. [Abstract]
  18. White SS, Fenton SE, Hines EP. 2011. Endocrine Disrupting Properties of Perfluorooctanoic Acid. The Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology 127(1-2):16-26. [Abstract]
  19. White SS, Stanko JP, Kato K, Calafat AM, Hines EP, Fenton SE. 2011. Developmental and chronic low dose PFOA exposures decrease mammary gland growth and differentiation in multiple generations of CD-1 mice. Environmental health perspectives 119(8):1070-1076. [Abstract]
  20. Macon MB, Villanueva LR, Tatum-Gibbs K, Zehr RD, Strynar MJ, Stanko JP, White SS, Helfant L, Fenton SE. 2011. Low dose perfluorooctanoic acid prenatal exposure in CD-1 mice: developmental effects and internal dosimetry. Toxicological sciences 122(1):134-145. [Abstract]
  21. Kodavanti PRS, Coburn CG, Moser VC, MacPhail RC, Fenton SE, Stoker TE, Rayner JL, Kannan K, Birnbaum LS. 2010. Developmental Exposure to a Commercial PBDE Mixture, DE-71: Neurobehavioral, Hormonal, and Reproductive Effects. Toxicological Sciences 116(1):297-312. [Abstract]
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