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The toxicology of climate change: environmental contaminants in a warming world.
- Pamela D. Noyes, M. McElwee, +5 authors E. Levin
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Environment international
- 1 August 2009
Climate change induced by anthropogenic warming of the earth's atmosphere is a daunting problem. This review examines one of the consequences of climate change that has only recently attracted… Expand
Measuring absorption coefficients in small volumes of highly scattering media: source-detector separations for which path lengths do not depend on scattering properties.
- J. Mourant, I. Bigio, D. A. Jack, T. Johnson, H. D. Miller
- Physics, Medicine
- Applied optics
- 1 August 1997
The noninvasive measurement of variations in absorption that are due to changes in concentrations of biochemically relevant compounds in tissue is important in many clinical settings. One problem… Expand
Anchoring Ethinylestradiol Induced Gene Expression Changes with Testicular Morphology and Reproductive Function in the Medaka
Environmental estrogens are ubiquitous in the environment and can cause detrimental effects on male reproduction. In fish, a multitude of effects from environmental estrogens have been observed… Expand
Nonnutritive sucking: effects on crying and heart rate in intubated infants requiring assisted mechanical ventilation.
Water Quality Influences Reproduction in Female Mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) from Eight Florida Springs
- T. M. Edwards, H. D. Miller, L. Guillette
- Medicine, Biology
- Environmental health perspectives
- 21 October 2005
Contamination of freshwater ecosystems with nitrate is a growing global concern. Although nitrate pollution is recognized as a cause of aquatic eutrophication, few studies have examined the possible… Expand
Quantitative measurement of porphyrins in biological tissues and evaluation of tissue porphyrins during toxicant exposures.
Porphyrins are formed in most eukaryotic tissues as intermediates in the biosynthesis of heme. Assessment of changes in tissue porphyrin levels occurring in response to the actions of various drugs… Expand
Prophylactic efficacy of maprotiline on unipolar depression relapse.
- F. Rouillon, D. Serrurier, H. D. Miller, M. J. Gérard
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Journal of clinical psychiatry
- 1 October 1991
BACKGROUND Although antidepressant medications have been in use for about 30 years, the question remains about their utility in the prophylaxis of recurrent depression. The purpose of this study was… Expand
Liver transplantation: postoperative ICU care.
- H. D. Miller
- Critical care nurse
- 1 October 1988
Substitute pouch following total gastrectomy.
Folates and post partum depression.
- F. Rouillon, M. Thalassinos, H. D. Miller, T. Lempérière
- Journal of affective disorders
- 1 August 1992
Hypofolatemia can cause psychiatric disturbances of a depressive nature. Pregnancy and delivery are often associated with hypofolatemia. This study was conducted to determine if hypofolatemia at day… Expand