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1 Corbett, G.E., B.L. Finley, D.J. Paustenbach, and B.D. Kerger. 1997. Systemic uptake of chromium in human volunteers following dermal contact with hexavalent chromium (22 mg/L). J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol. 7(2):179-89.
2 Costa, M., A. Zhitkovich, M.A. Harris, D.J. Paustenbach, and M. Gargas. 1997. DNA-protein cross-links produced by various chemicals in cultured human lymphoma cells. J Toxicol Environ Health. 50(5):433-49.
3 Finley, B.L. and D.J. Paustenbach. 1997. Using applied research to reduce uncertainty in health risks assessment: Five case studies involving human exposure to chromium in soil and groundwater. J Soil Contam. 6(6):649-705.
4 Finley, B.L., B.D. Kerger, M.W. Katona, M.L. Gargas, G.C. Corbett, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1997. Human ingestion of chromium(VI) in drinking water: Pharmacokinetics following repeated exposure. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 142(1):151-9.
5 Finley, B.L., K.R. Trowbridge, S. Burton, D.M. Proctor, J.M. Panko, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1997. Preliminary assessment of PCB risks to human and ecological health in the lower Passaic River. J Toxicol Environ Health. 52(2):95-118.
6 Huntley, S.L., T.J. Iannuzzi, J.G. Ducey, H. Carlson-Lynch, C.W. Schmidt, and B.L. Finley. 1997. Combined sewer overflows (CSOs) as sources of sediment contamination in the lower Passaic River, New Jersey. II. Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, polychlorinated debenzofurans, and polychlorinated biphenyls. Chemosphere. 34(2):233-50.
7 Iannuzzi, T.J., S.L. Huntley, C.W. Schmidt, B.L. Finley, R.P. McNutt, and S.J. Burton. 1997. Combined sewer overflows (CSOs) as source of sediment contamination in the lower Passaic River, New Jersey. I. Priority pollutants and inorganic chemicals. Chemosphere. 34(2):213-31.
8 Kerger, B.D., B.L. Finley, G.E. Corbett, D.G. Dodge, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1997. Ingestion of chromium(VI) in drinking water by human volunteers: Absorption, distribution, and excretion of single and repeated doses. J Toxicol Environ Health. 50(1):67-95.
9 Mathur, D.B., M.J. Stephenson, R.J. Wenning, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1997. PCDD/PCDFs in storm water outfalls adjacent to urban areas and petroleum refineries in San Francisco Bay, California, US. Organohalogen Compounds. 32:1-5.
10 Paustenbach, D.J. 1997. Methods for setting limits for acute and chronic toxic ambient air contaminants. Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 12(6):418-28.
11 Paustenbach, D.J. 1997. OSHA’s program for updating the permissible exposure limits (PELs): Can risk assessment help move the ball forward? Harvard University School of Public Health’s Monograph. Risk Perspect. 5(1):1-6.
12 Paustenbach, D.J. 1997. Updating OSHA’s permissible exposure limits: Putting politics aside. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 58(12):845-9.
13 Paustenbach, D.J., B.L. Finley, and T.F. Long. 1997. The critical role of house dust in understanding the hazards posed by contaminated soils. Inter J Toxicol. 16:339-62.
14 Paustenbach, D.J., G.M. Bruce, and P. Chrostowski. 1997. Current views on the oral bioavailability of inorganic mercury in soil: implications for health risk assessments. Risk Anal. 17(5):533-44.
15 Paustenbach, D.J., J.M. Panko, M.M. Fredrick, B.L. Finley, and D.M. Proctor. 1997. Urinary chromium as a biological marker of environmental exposure: what are the limitations? Regul Toxicol Pharmacol. 26(1 Pt 2):S23-34.
16 Paustenbach, D.J., S.M. Hays, B.A. Brien, D.G. Dodge, B.D. Kerger. 1997. Observations of steady state in blood and urine following human ingestion of hexavalent chromium in drinking water. J Toxicol Environ Health. 49:453-61.
17 Paustenbach, D.J., Y. Alarie, T. Kulle, N. Schacter, R.G. Smith, J. Swenberg, H.P. Witschi, and S. Horowitz. 1997. A recommended occupational exposure limit for formaldehyde based on irritation. J Toxicol Environ Health. 50(3):217-63.
18 Proctor, D.M., E.C. Shay, and P.K. Scott. 1997. Health-based soil action levels for trivalent and hexavalent chromium: a comparison with state and federal standards. J Soil Contam. 6(6):595-648.
19 Scott, P.K. and D.M. Proctor. 1997. Evaluation of 10% minimum elicitation threshold for Cr(VI)-induced allergic contact dermatitis using benchmark dose methods. J Soil Contam. 6(6):707-31.
20 Scott, P.K., H. Sung, B.L. Finley, R.H. Schulze, and D.B. Turner. 1997. Identification of an accurate soil suspension/dispersion modeling method for use in estimating health based soil cleanup levels of hexavalent chromium in chromite-ore processing residues. JAWMA. 47(7):753-65.
21 Scott, P.K., M.A. Harris, D.E. Rabbe, and B.L. Finley. 1997. Background air concentrations of Cr(VI) in Hudson County, New Jersey: Implications for setting health-based standards for Cr(VI) in soil. JAWMA. 47:592-600.

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