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Haws, L. Combustion Risk Modeling and Assessment. Presented at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Workshop on Hazardous Waste Combustion. May 7, 2003. Austin, TX.

Birnbaum LS, Staskal DF, and Diliberto JJ. 2003. Health effects of polybrominated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PBDDs) and dibenzofurans (PBDFs). Environ Inter. 29: 855-860.

Perry, C.S. Process for development of protective concentration levels for remediation sites in Texas.Presented at Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) meeting. November 9-13, 2003. Austin, TX.

Crump C, Crump KS, Hack E, Luippold RS, Mundt KA, Panko JP, Liebig EW, Paustenbach DJ, Proctor DM. 2003. Dose-response and risk assessment of airborne hexavalent chromium and lung cancer mortality. Risk Anal. 23(6):1155−1171.

Staskal, D.F., M.J. DeVito, D.G. Ross, and L.S. Birnbaum. 2003. A Comparison of the metabolism of methoxyresorufin, acetanilide, and caffeine in rat and human CYP1A2 SUPERSOMES. The Toxicologist.

Grasty RC, Grey BE, Wolf DC,  Lau CS, Rogers JM. 2003. Prenatal window of susceptibility to perfluorooctane sulfonate-induced neonatal mortality in the Sprague-Dawley rat. Birth Defects Res (Part B) Dev Reprod ToxicolDec;68(6):465-71.

Staskal, D.F., M.J. DeVito, D.G. Ross, and L.S. Birnbaum. 2003. Caffeine, Acetanilide, and Methoxyresorufin Metabolism by Rat and Human CYP1A2 SUPERSOMES and their Inhibition by 2,3,7,8,-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD). Organohalogen Compounds.

Luippold RS, Mundt KA, Austin RP, Liebig E, Panko JP, Crump C, Crump K, Proctor DM. 2003. Lung cancer mortality among chromate workers. 2003. Occup Environ Med. 60:451−457.

Grasty RC, Grey BE, Lau CS, Rogers JM. 2003. Window of susceptibility to perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS)-induced neonatal mortality in the rat. Birth Defects Research, Part B, 68(3), 5.

Proctor D, Panko J, Liebig E, Mundt K, Buczynski M, Barnhart R, Harris MA, Morgan R, Finley B, and Paustenbach D. 2003. Workplace concentrations of airborne hexavalent chromium for the Painesville, Ohio chromate production plant. Appl Occ Environ Hyg J. 18(6):430-449.

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