URMC / Labs / Cory-Slechta Lab / Publications Publications Sobolewski MVarma GAdams BAnderson DWSchneider JSCory-Slechta DA Developmental Lead Exposure and Prenatal Stress Result in Sex-Specific Reprograming of Adult Stress Physiology and Epigenetic Profiles in Brain.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology. 2018 Feb 21. Calabrese EJIavicoli ICalabrese VCory-Slechta DAGiordano J Elemental mercury neurotoxicity and clinical recovery of function: A review of findings, and implications for occupational health.; Environmental research; Vol 163. 2018 Feb 09. Sobolewski MConrad KMarvin EAllen JLCory-Slechta DA Endocrine active metals, prenatal stress and enhanced neurobehavioral disruption.; Hormones and behavior. 2018 Jan 17. Williams AMShah RShayne MHuston AJKrebs MMurray NThompson BDDoyle KKorotkin Jvan Wijngaarden EHyland SMoynihan JACory-Slechta DAJanelsins MC Associations between inflammatory markers and cognitive function in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy.; Journal of neuroimmunology. 2017 Oct 18. Cory-Slechta DASobolewski MVarma GSchneider JS Developmental Lead and/or Prenatal Stress Exposures Followed by Different Types of Behavioral Experience Result in the Divergence of Brain Epigenetic Profiles in a Sex, Brain Region, and Time-Dependent Manner: Implications for Neurotoxicology.; Current opinion in toxicology; Vol 6. 2017 Oct. Klocke CAllen JLSobolewski MMayer-Pröschel MBlum JLLauterstein DZelikoff JTCory-Slechta DA Neuropathological Consequences of Gestational Exposure to Concentrated Ambient Fine and Ultrafine Particles in the Mouse.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology. 2017 Jan 13. Beier EESheu TJResseguie EATakahata MAwad HACory-Slechta DAPuzas JE Sclerostin activity plays a key role in the negative effect of glucocorticoid signaling on osteoblast function in mice.; Bone research; Vol 5. 2017. van Wijngaarden EThurston SWMyers GJHarrington DCory-Slechta DAStrain JJWatson GEZareba GLove THenderson JShamlaye CFDavidson PW Methyl mercury exposure and neurodevelopmental outcomes in the Seychelles Child Development Study Main cohort at age 22 and 24years.; Neurotoxicology and teratology. 2016 Oct 27. Bennett DBellinger DCBirnbaum LSBradman AChen ACory-Slechta DAEngel SMFallin MDHalladay AHauser RHertz-Picciotto IKwiatkowski CFLanphear BPMarquez EMarty MMcPartland JNewschaffer CJPayne-Sturges DPatisaul HBPerera FPRitz BSass JSchantz SLWebster TFWhyatt RMWoodruff TJZoeller RTAnderko LCampbell CConry JADeNicola NGould RMHirtz DHuffling KLandrigan PJLavin AMiller MMitchell MARubin LSchettler TTran HLAcosta ABrody CMiller EMiller PSwanson MWitherspoon NO Project TENDR: Targeting Environmental Neuro-Developmental Risks The TENDR Consensus Statement.; Environmental health perspectives; Vol 1247. 2016 Jul 01. Janelsins MCHeckler CEThompson BDGross RAOpanashuk LACory-Slechta DA A clinically relevant dose of cyclophosphamide chemotherapy impairs memory performance on the delayed spatial alternation task that is sustained over time as mice age.; Neurotoxicology. 2016 Jun 28. Schneider JSAnderson DWKidd SKSobolewski MCory-Slechta DA Sex-dependent effects of lead and prenatal stress on post-translational histone modifications in frontal cortex and hippocampus in the early postnatal brain.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 54. 2016 May. Kraft ADAschner MCory-Slechta DABilbo SDCaudle WMMakris SL Unmasking silent neurotoxicity following developmental exposure to environmental toxicants.; Neurotoxicology and teratology; Vol 55. 2016 May. Sobolewski MAllen JLMorris-Schaffer KKlocke CConrad KCory-Slechta DA A novel, ecologically relevant, highly preferred, and non-invasive means of oral substance administration for rodents.; Neurotoxicology and teratology. 2016 Apr 14. Payne-Sturges DCKorfmacher KSCory-Slechta DAJimenez MSymanski ECarr Shmool JLDotson-Newman OClougherty JEFrench RLevy JILaumbach RRodgers KBongiovanni RScammell MK Engaging Communities in Research on Cumulative Risk and Social Stress-Environment Interactions: Lessons Learned from EPA's STAR Program.; Environmental justice (Print); Vol 86. 2015 Dec 1. McConnell SEO'Banion MKCory-Slechta DAOlschowka JAOpanashuk LA Characterization of binge-dosed methamphetamine-induced neurotoxicity and neuroinflammation.; Neurotoxicology. 2015 Aug 14. Richardson JRTaylor MMShalat SLGuillot TSCaudle WMHossain MMMathews TAJones SRCory-Slechta DAMiller GW Developmental pesticide exposure reproduces features of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.; FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology; Vol 295. 2015 May. Sobolewski MConrad KAllen JLWeston HMartin KLawrence BPCory-Slechta DA Sex-specific enhanced behavioral toxicity induced by maternal exposure to a mixture of low dose endocrine-disrupting chemicals.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 45. 2014 Dec. Allen JLLiu XPelkowski SPalmer BConrad KOberdörster GWeston DMayer-Pröschel MCory-Slechta DA Early postnatal exposure to ultrafine particulate matter air pollution: persistent ventriculomegaly, neurochemical disruption, and glial activation preferentially in male mice.; Environmental health perspectives; Vol 1229. 2014 Sep. Weston HIWeston DDAllen JLCory-Slechta DA Sex-dependent impacts of low-level lead exposure and prenatal stress on impulsive choice behavior and associated biochemical and neurochemical manifestations.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 44. 2014 Sep. Allen JLLiu XWeston DPrince LOberdörster GFinkelstein JNJohnston CJCory-Slechta DA Developmental exposure to concentrated ambient ultrafine particulate matter air pollution in mice results in persistent and sex-dependent behavioral neurotoxicity and glial activation.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology; Vol 1401. 2014 Jul. Allen JLLiu XWeston DConrad KOberdörster GCory-Slechta DA Consequences of developmental exposure to concentrated ambient ultrafine particle air pollution combined with the adult paraquat and maneb model of the Parkinson's disease phenotype in male mice.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 41. 2014 Mar. Weston HISobolewski MEAllen JLWeston DConrad KPelkowski SWatson GEZareba GCory-Slechta DA Sex-dependent and non-monotonic enhancement and unmasking of methylmercury neurotoxicity by prenatal stress.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 41. 2014 Mar. Kobrosly RWvan Wijngaarden ESeplaki CLCory-Slechta DAMoynihan J Depressive symptoms are associated with allostatic load among community-dwelling older adults.; Physiology & behavior; Vol 123. 2014 Jan 17. Nkhoma OWDuffy MECory-Slechta DADavidson PWMcSorley EMStrain JJO'Brien GM Early-stage primary school children attending a school in the Malawian School Feeding Program (SFP) have better reversal learning and lean muscle mass growth than those attending a non-SFP school.; The Journal of nutrition; Vol 1438. 2013 Aug. Kobrosly RWSeplaki CLCory-Slechta DAMoynihan Jvan Wijngaarden E Multisystem physiological dysfunction is associated with depressive symptoms in a population-based sample of older adults.; International journal of geriatric psychiatry; Vol 287. 2013 Jul. Lyngdoh TViswanathan BKobrosly Rvan Wijngaarden EHuber BDavidson PWCory-Slechta DAStrain JJStrain SMyers GJBovet P Blood pressure and cognitive function: a prospective analysis among adolescents in Seychelles.; Journal of hypertension; Vol 316. 2013 Jun. Bellinger DCBurger JCade TJCory-Slechta DAFinkelstein MHu HKosnett MLandrigan PJLanphear BPokras MARedig PTRideout BASilbergeld EWright RSmith DR Health risks from lead-based ammunition in the environment.; Environmental health perspectives; Vol 1216. 2013 Jun. Nkhoma OWDuffy MEDavidson PWCory-Slechta DAMcSorley EMStrain JJO'Brien GM Nutritional and cognitive status of entry-level primary school children in Zomba, rural Malawi.; International journal of food sciences and nutrition; Vol 643. 2013 May. Cory-Slechta DAWeston DLiu SAllen JL Brain hemispheric differences in the neurochemical effects of lead, prenatal stress, and the combination and their amelioration by behavioral experience.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology; Vol 1322. 2013 Apr. Cory-Slechta DAMerchant-Borna KAllen JLLiu SWeston DConrad K Variations in the nature of behavioral experience can differentially alter the consequences of developmental exposures to lead, prenatal stress, and the combination.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology; Vol 1311. 2013 Jan. Beier EEMaher JRSheu TJCory-Slechta DABerger AJZuscik MJPuzas JE Heavy metal lead exposure, osteoporotic-like phenotype in an animal model, and depression of Wnt signaling.; Environmental health perspectives; Vol 1211. 2013 Jan. Allen JLConrad KOberdörster GJohnston CJSleezer BCory-Slechta DA Developmental exposure to concentrated ambient particles and preference for immediate reward in mice.; Environmental health perspectives; Vol 1211. 2013 Jan. Strain JJDavidson PWThurston SWHarrington DMulhern MSMcAfee AJvan Wijngaarden EShamlaye CFHenderson JWatson GEZareba GCory-Slechta DALynch MWallace JMMcSorley EMBonham MPStokes-Riner ASloane-Reeves JJanciuras JWong RClarkson TWMyers GJ Maternal PUFA status but not prenatal methylmercury exposure is associated with children's language functions at age five years in the Seychelles.; The Journal of nutrition; Vol 14211. 2012 Nov. Block MLElder AAuten RLBilbo SDChen HChen JCCory-Slechta DACosta DDiaz-Sanchez DDorman DCGold DRGray KJeng HAKaufman JDKleinman MTKirshner ALawler CMiller DSNadadur SSRitz BSemmens EOTonelli LHVeronesi BWright ROWright RJ The outdoor air pollution and brain health workshop.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 335. 2012 Oct. Lee DWNotter SAThiruchelvam MDever DPFitzpatrick RKostyniak PJCory-Slechta DAOpanashuk LA Subchronic polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1254) exposure produces oxidative damage and neuronal death of ventral midbrain dopaminergic systems.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology; Vol 1252. 2012 Feb. Fortin MCCory-Slechta DAOhman-Strickland PNwankwo CYanger TSTodd ACMoynihan JWalton JBrooks AFiedler N Increased lead biomarker levels are associated with changes in hormonal response to stress in occupationally exposed male participants.; Environmental health perspectives; Vol 1202. 2012 Feb. Davidson PWCory-Slechta DAThurston SWHuang LSShamlaye CFGunzler DWatson Gvan Wijngaarden EZareba GKlein JDClarkson TWStrain JJMyers GJ Fish consumption and prenatal methylmercury exposure: cognitive and behavioral outcomes in the main cohort at 17 years from the Seychelles child development study.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 326. 2011 Dec. van Wijngaarden EWinters PCCory-Slechta DA Blood lead levels in relation to cognitive function in older U.S. adults.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 321. 2011 Jan. Kobrosly RWvan Wijngaarden EGalea SCory-Slechta DALove THong CShamlaye CFDavidson PW Socioeconomic position and cognitive function in the Seychelles: a life course analysis.; Neuroepidemiology; Vol 363. 2011. Cory-Slechta DAStern SWeston DAllen JLLiu S Enhanced learning deficits in female rats following lifetime pb exposure combined with prenatal stress.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology; Vol 1172. 2010 Oct. van Wijngaarden ECampbell JRCory-Slechta DA Bone lead levels are associated with measures of memory impairment in older adults.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 304. 2009 Jul. Lanphear BPHornung RWKhoury JDietrich KNCory-Slechta DACanfield RL The conundrum of unmeasured confounding: Comment on: "Can some of the detrimental neurodevelopmental effects attributed to lead be due to pesticides? by Brian Gulson".; The Science of the total environment; Vol 3962-3. 2008 Jun 25. Cory-Slechta DAThiruchelvam MDi Monte DA Letter regarding: "Paraquat: the red herring of Parkinson's disease research".; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology; Vol 1031. 2008 May. Cory-Slechta DAVirgolini MBRossi-George AThiruchelvam MLisek RWeston D Lifetime consequences of combined maternal lead and stress.; Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology; Vol 1022. 2008 Feb. Jusko TAHenderson CRLanphear BPCory-Slechta DAParsons PJCanfield RL Blood lead concentrations < 10 microg/dL and child intelligence at 6 years of age.; Environmental health perspectives; Vol 1162. 2008 Feb. Froehlich TELanphear BPDietrich KNCory-Slechta DAWang NKahn RS Interactive effects of a DRD4 polymorphism, lead, and sex on executive functions in children.; Biological psychiatry; Vol 623. 2007 Aug 1. Barlow BKCory-Slechta DARichfield EKThiruchelvam M The gestational environment and Parkinson's disease: evidence for neurodevelopmental origins of a neurodegenerative disorder.; Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.); Vol 233. 2007 Apr. Gray JPHeck DEMishin VSmith PJHong JYThiruchelvam MCory-Slechta DALaskin DLLaskin JD Paraquat increases cyanide-insensitive respiration in murine lung epithelial cells by activating an NAD(P)H:paraquat oxidoreductase: identification of the enzyme as thioredoxin reductase.; The Journal of biological chemistry; Vol 28211. 2007 Mar 16. Davidson PWWeiss BBeck CCory-Slechta DAOrlando MLoiselle DYoung ECSloane-Reeves JMyers GJ Development and validation of a test battery to assess subtle neurodevelopmental differences in children.; Neurotoxicology; Vol 276. 2006 Dec. Virgolini MBChen KWeston DDBauter MRCory-Slechta DA Interactions of chronic lead exposure and intermittent stress: consequences for brain catecholamine systems and associated behaviors and HPA axis function.; Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology; Vol 872. 2005 Oct.