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1 Blanchard-Fillion, B., J.M. Souza, T. Friel, G.C-T. Jiang, K.E. Vrana, V. Sharov, L. Barón, C. Schöneich, C. Quijano, B. Alvarez, R. Radi, S. Przedborski, G.S. Fernando, J. Horwitz, and H. Ischiropoulos. 2001. Nitration and Inactivation of Tyrosine Hydroxylase by Peroxynitrite. J Biol Chem. 276:46017-23.
2 Deubner, D.C., Y.W. Lowney, D.J. Paustenbach, and J. Warmerdam. 2001. Contribution of incidental exposure pathways to total beryllium exposures. Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 16(5):568-78.
3 Hays, S.M., L.L. Aylward, B.L. Finley, and D.J. Paustenbach. 2001. Implementing a cancer risk assessment for dioxin using a margin of exposure approach and an internal measure of dose. Organohalogen Compounds. 53:225-8.
4 Hofelt, C.S., M. Honeycutt, J.T. McCoy, and L.C. Haws. 2001. Development of a metabolism factor for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for use in multipathway risk assessments for hazardous waste combustion facilities. Reg Toxicol Pharmacol. 33:60-5
5 Kent, M.S., T.G. Robins, and A.K. Madl. 2001. Is total mass or mass of alveolar-deposited airborne particles of beryllium a better predictor of the prevalence of disease? A preliminary study of a beryllium processing facility. Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 16(5):539-58.
6 Kolanz, M.E., A.K. Madl, M.A. Kelsh, M.S. Kent, R.M. Kalmes, and D.J. Paustenbach. 2001. A comparison and critique of historical and current exposure assessment methods for beryllium: Implications for evaluating risk of chronic beryllium disease. Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 16(5):593-614.
7 O’Flaherty, E.J., B.D. Kerger, S.M. Hays, and D.J. Paustenbach. 2001. A physiologically based model for the ingestion of chromium(III) and chromium(VI) by humans. Toxicol Sci. 60(2):196-213.
8 Paustenbach, D.J, M.L. Burke, M. Shum, and R. Kalmes. 2001. Airborne concentrations of ethyl and methyl cyanoacrylate in the workplace. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 62(1):70-9.
9 Paustenbach, D.J. 2001. Approaches and considerations for setting occupational exposure limits for sensory irritants: Report of recent symposia. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 62(6):697-704.
10 Paustenbach, D.J., A.K. Madl, and J. Greene. 2001. Identifying an appropriate occupational exposure limit (OEL) for beryllium: Data gaps and current research initiatives. Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 16(5):527-38.
11 Scott, P.K., A. Pittignano, and B.L. Finley. 2001. Evaluation of the physical hazards associated with two remedial alternatives at a Superfund site. Risk Analysis. 21(1):53-61.
12 Su, S.H., J. Rothrock, L. Pearlman, and B.L. Finley. 2001. Health-based criteria for sediment disposal options: A case study of the Port of New York/New Jersey. Human Ecol Risk Assess. 7(6):1737-56.
13 Sweeney, L.M., T.R. Tyler, C.R. Kirman, R.A. Corley, R.H. Reitz, D.J. Paustenbach, J.F. Holson, M.D. Whorton, K.M. Thompson, and M.L. Gargas. 2001. Proposed occupational exposure limits for select ethylene glycol ethers using PBPK models and Monte Carlo simulations. Toxicol Sci. 62(1):124-39.
14 Wilson, N.D., P.S. Price, and D.J. Paustenbach. 2001. An event-by-event probabilistic methodology for assessing the health risks of persistent chemicals in fish: a case study at the Palos Verdes Shelf. J Toxicol Environ Health. 62(8):595-642.

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