ISRP investigators and trainees presented posters at the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting and ToxEpo in Baltimore, Maryland in March 2017. Posters included:
Co-Exposure to Lead (Pb) and PCB95 or PCB153 Changes Dopamine Levels and Turn-Over in Pc12 Cells by S.H. Enayah, B. Vanle, L. Fuortes, and G. Ludewig
Low-Level Arsenic Exposure from Drinking Water and Prostate Cancer in Iowa by T. Roh, C. Lynch, P. Weyer, K. Wang, and G. Ludewig, P166 In Vitro Cytotoxic Effects of PCB Derivatives on Intestinal Epithelium. N. Metwali by X. Hu, H. Lehmler, A. Metwali, M.W. Duffel, G.R. Buettner, and P.S. Thorne
P233 Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, and Excretion of Intratracheally Instilled 14C-labeled PCB28 by N. Brandon, A. Adamcakova-Dodd, and P.S. Thorne
P238 Assessment of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) Levels in Serum from Iowa Construction Workers by S. Flor, S.H. Enayah, R.F. Marek, K.C. Hornbuckle, D.L. Simmons, B.R. Wels, K.M. Kelly, L.J. Fuortes, and G. Ludewig
P324 Diminished Phosphorylation of CREB Is a Key Event in the Dysregulation of Gluconeogenesis, Glycogenolysis, and Fatty Acid Oxidation in PCB126 Hepatotoxicity. G.S. Gadupudi, W.D. Klaren, A.K. Olivier, A.J. Klingelhutz, and L.W. Robertson
P525, Enantioselective Metabolism of 2,2',3,4',6-Pentachlorobiphenyl (PCB 91) by Human Liver Microsomes, E. Uwimana, H. Lehmler.
Faculty listed on other poster board sessions included: P524 Species and Sex Differences in the Morphogenic Response of Primary Neurons to 3,3'-Dichlorobiphenyl (PCB 11). S. Sethi, K.P. Keil, X. Li, H.-J.Lehmler, and P.J. Lein and P305, Polychlorinated Biphenyls Target Notch/Dll4 and VEGFR2 in the Mouse Placenta and Human Trophoblast Cell Lines for Their Anti-Angiogenic Effects, S. Kalkunte, Z. Huang, E. Lippe, S. Kumar, L. W. Robertson, S. Sharma.