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1 Aylward, L.L., S. Hays, N.J. Karch, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1996. Relative susceptibility of animals and humans to the cancer hazard posed by 2,3,7,8 tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) using internal measures of dose. Environ Sci Technol. 30(12):3534-43.
2 Calabrese, E.J., E.J. Stanek, R. Barnes, D.E. Burmaster, B.G. Callahan, J.S. Heath, D.J. Paustenbach, J. Abraham and L.A. Gephart. 1996. Methology to estimate the amount and particle size of soil ingested by children: Implications for exposure assessment at waste sites. Regul Toxicol Pharmacol. 24(3):264-8.
3 Costa, M., A. Zhitkovich, M. Gargas, D.J. Paustenbach, B.L. Finley, J. Kuykendall, R. Billings, T.J. Carlson, K. Wetterhahn, J. Xu, S. Patierno, and M. Bogdanffy. 1996. Interlaboratory validation of a new assay for DNA-protein crosslinks. Mutat Res. 369:13-21.
4 Finley, B.L., B.D. Kerger, D.G. Dodge, S.M. Myers, R.O. Richter, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1996. Assessment of airborne hexavalent chromium in the home following use of contaminated tapwater. J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol. 6(2):229-45.
5 Finley, B.L., P.K. Scott, R.L. Norton, M.L. Gargas, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1996. Urinary chromium concentrations in humans following ingestion of safe doses of hexavalent and trivalent chromium: implications for biomonitoring. J Toxicol Environ Health. 48(5):479-99.
6 Gargas, M., M.A. Harris, D.J. Paustenbach, and B.L. Finley. 1996. Response to the letter-to-the-editor written by Stern et al. regarding the paper “Urinary Excretion of Chromium Following Ingestion of Chromite-Ore Processing Residues in Humans: Implications for Biomonitoring”. Risk Anal. 16(5):609-12.
7 Iannuzzi, T., S.L. Huntley, and B.L. Finley. 1996. Comments on “Levels of PCDD/Fs in crab tissue from the Newark. Raritan System” and “Mass-profile monitoring in trace analysis: Identification of polychlorodibenzothiophenes in crab tissues collected from the Raritan Bay System”. Environ Sci Technol. 30(2):721-2.
8 Kerger, B.D., D.J. Paustenbach, G.E. Corbett, and B.L. Finley. 1996. Absorption and elimination of trivalent and hexavalent chromium in humans following ingestion of a bolus dose in drinking water. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 141(1):145-58.
9 Kerger, B.D., R.O. Richter, S.M. Chute, D.G. Dodge, S.K. Overman, J. Liang, B.L. Finley, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1996. Refined exposure assessment for ingestion of tapwater contaminated with hexavalent chromium: Consideration of exogenous and endogenous reducing agents. J Exp Anal Environ Epidemiol. 6(2):163-79.
10 Kuykendall, J.R., B.D. Kerger, E.J. Jarvi, G.E. Corbett, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1996. Measurement of DNA-protein cross-links in human leukocytes following acute ingestion of chromium in drinking water. Carcinogenesis. 17(9):1971-7.
11 Mirsalis, J.C., C.M. Hamilton, K.G. O’Loughlin, D.J. Paustenbach, B.D. Kerger, and S. Patierno. 1996. Brief communication: Chromium(VI) at plausible drinking water concentrations is not genotoxic in the in vivo bone marrow micronucleus or liver unscheduled DNA synthesis assays. Environ Mol Mutagen. 28(1):60-3.
12 Paustenbach, D.J. 1996. Conducting a state-of-the-art risk assessment of 1,3-butadiene. Toxicology. 113:212-4.
13 Paustenbach, D.J., B.L. Finley, and S. Kacew. 1996. Biological relevance and consequences of chemical- or metal-induced DNA cross-linking. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 211(3):211-7.
14 Paustenbach, D.J., S.M. Hays, B.A. Brien, D.G. Dodge, and B.D. Kerger. 1996. Observation of steady state in blood and urine following human ingestion of hexavalent chromium in drinking water. J Toxicol Environ Health. 49(5):453-61.
15 Shear, N.M., C.W. Schmidt, S.L. Huntley, D.W. Crawford, and B.L. Finley. 1996. Evaluation of the factors relating combined sewer overflows with sediment contamination of the lower Passaic River. Mar Poll Bull. 32(2):288-304.
16 Widner,T.,S. Ripple, and J.Buddenbaum. 1996. Identification and screening Evaluation of Key Historical materials and emission sources at the Oak Ridge Reservation. Health Physics 71(4): 457-69.

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