URMC / Labs / Susiarjo Lab / Publications Recent Publications Susiarjo MXin FStefaniak MMesaros CSimmons RABartolomei MS (2017 May 25). Bile acids and tryptophan metabolism are novel pathways involved in metabolic abnormalities in BPA-exposed pregnant mice and male offspring. Endocrinology. Xin FSusiarjo MBartolomei MS (2015 Jul). Multigenerational and transgenerational effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals: A role for altered epigenetic regulation? Seminars in cell & developmental biology. Susiarjo MXin FBansal AStefaniak MLi CSimmons RABartolomei MS (2015 Jun). Bisphenol a exposure disrupts metabolic health across multiple generations in the mouse. Endocrinology. Susiarjo MBartolomei MS (2014 Aug 15). Epigenetics. You are what you eat, but what about your DNA? Science (New York, N.Y.). Susiarjo MSasson IMesaros CBartolomei MS (2013 Apr). Bisphenol a exposure disrupts genomic imprinting in the mouse. PLoS genetics. Choufani SShapiro JSSusiarjo MButcher DTGrafodatskaya DLou YFerreira JCPinto DScherer SWShaffer LGCoullin PCaniggia IBeyene JSlim RBartolomei MSWeksberg R (2011 Mar). A novel approach identifies new differentially methylated regions (DMRs) associated with imprinted genes. Genome research. Hunt PASusiarjo MRubio CHassold TJ (2009 Nov). The bisphenol A experience: a primer for the analysis of environmental effects on mammalian reproduction. Biology of reproduction. Weaver JRSusiarjo MBartolomei MS (2009 Sep). Imprinting and epigenetic changes in the early embryo. Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society. Muhlhauser ASusiarjo MRubio CGriswold JGorence GHassold THunt PA (2009 May). Bisphenol A effects on the growing mouse oocyte are influenced by diet. Biology of reproduction. Susiarjo MRubio CHunt P (2009). Analyzing mammalian female meiosis. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). Pacchierotti FRanaldi REichenlaub-Ritter UAttia SAdler ID (2008 Mar 12). Evaluation of aneugenic effects of bisphenol A in somatic and germ cells of the mouse. Mutation research. Susiarjo MHunt P (2008 Feb). Bisphenol A exposure disrupts egg development in the mouse. Fertility and sterility. Susiarjo MHassold TJFreeman EHunt PA (2007 Jan 12). Bisphenol A exposure in utero disrupts early oogenesis in the mouse. PLoS genetics. Hunt PAKoehler KESusiarjo MHodges CAIlagan AVoigt RCThomas SThomas BFHassold TJ (2003 Apr 1). Bisphenol a exposure causes meiotic aneuploidy in the female mouse. Current biology : CB.