M J Carvan


Affiliation: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Country: USA


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    Carvan M, Solis W, Gedamu L, Nebert D. Activation of transcription factors in zebrafish cell cultures by environmental pollutants. Arch Biochem Biophys. 2000;376:320-7 pubmed
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    Carvan M, Sonntag D, Cmar C, Cook R, Curran M, Miller G. Oxidative stress in zebrafish cells: potential utility of transgenic zebrafish as a deployable sentinel for site hazard ranking. Sci Total Environ. 2001;274:183-96 pubmed
  3. DeBofsky A, Klingler R, Mora Zamorano F, Wälz M, Shepherd B, Larson J, et al. Female reproductive impacts of dietary methylmercury in yellow perch (Perca flavescens) and zebrafish (Danio rerio). Chemosphere. 2018;195:301-311 pubmed publisher
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    Carvan M, Gallagher E, Goksøyr A, Hahn M, Larsson D. Fish models in toxicology. Zebrafish. 2007;4:9-20 pubmed
  5. Liu Q, Klingler R, Wimpee B, Dellinger M, KING HEIDEN T, Grzybowski J, et al. Maternal methylmercury from a wild-caught walleye diet induces developmental abnormalities in zebrafish. Reprod Toxicol. 2016;65:272-282 pubmed publisher
    ..Results from this study provide evidence that food intended for human consumption, with relatively modest levels of MeHg, may induce adverse effects in offspring. ..