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Advanced fluorescence in situ hybridization to localize and quantify gene expression in japanese medaka (oryzias latipes) exposed to endocrine-disrupting compoundsPark, JW; Tompsett, AR; Zhang, X; Newsted, JL; Jones, PD; Doris, WTAu; Kong, R; Rudolf, SSWu; Giesy, JP; Hecker, M200969
 
In situ hybridization to detect spatial gene expression in medakaTompsett, AR; Park, JW; Zhang, X; Jones, PD; Newsted, JL; Au, DWT; Chen, EXH; Yu, R; Wu, RSS; Kong, RYC; Giesy, JP; Hecker, M200986
 
Modulation of steroidogenesis by coastal waters and sewage effluents of Hong Kong, China, using the H295R assayGracia, T; Jones, PD; Higley, EB; Hilscherova, K; Newsted, JL; Murphy, MB; Chan, AKY; Zhang, X; Hecker, M; Lam, PKS; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP2008625
 
Responses of the medaka HPG axis PCR array and reproduction to prochloraz and ketoconazoleZhang, X; Hecker, M; Jones, PD; Newsted, J; Au, D; Kong, R; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP200868
 
Real-time PCR array to study effects of chemicals on the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal axis of the Japanese medakaZhang, X; Hecker, M; Park, JW; Tompsett, AR; Newsted, J; Nakayama, K; Jones, PD; Au, D; Kong, R; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP2008606
 
Fluorescence in situ hybridization techniques (FISH) to detect changes in CYP19a gene expression of Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes)Park, JW; Tompsett, A; Zhang, X; Newsted, JL; Jones, PD; Au, D; Kong, R; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP; Hecker, M200872
 
Responses of the medaka HPG axis PCR array and reproduction to prochloraz and ketoconazole (Environmental Science and Technology (2008) 42, (6762-6769))Zhang, X; Hecker, M; Tompsett, AR; Park, JW; Jones, PD; Newsted, J; Au, D; Kong, R; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP200846
 
Time-dependent transcriptional profiles of genes of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis in medaka (Oryzias latipes) exposed to fadrozole and 17β-trenboloneZhang, X; Hecker, M; Park, JW; Tompsett, AR; Jones, PD; Newsted, J; Au, DWT; Kong, R; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP200889
 
Modulation of steroidogenic gene expression and hormone production of H295R cells by pharmaceuticals and other environmentally active compoundsGracia, T; Hilscherova, K; Jones, PD; Newsted, JL; Higley, EB; Zhang, X; Hecker, M; Murphy, MB; Yu, RMK; Lam, PKS; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP200763
 
The H295R system for evaluation of endocrine-disrupting effectsGracia, T; Hilscherova, K; Jones, PD; Newsted, JL; Zhang, X; Hecker, M; Higley, EB; Sanderson, JT; Yu, RMK; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP2006268
 
Human adrenocarcinoma (H295R) cells for rapid in vitro determination of effects on steroidogenesis: Hormone productionHecker, M; Newsted, JL; Murphy, MB; Higley, EB; Jones, PD; Wu, R; Giesy, JP2006141
 
Quantitative RT-PCR methods for evaluating toxicant-induced effects on steroidogenesis using the H295R cell lineZhang, X; Yu, RMK; Jones, PD; Lam, GKW; Newsted, JL; Gracia, T; Hecker, M; Hilscherova, K; Sanderson, JT; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP2005137
 
Assessment of the effects of chemicals on the expression of ten steroidogenic genes in the H295R cell line using real-time PCRHilscherova, K; Jones, PD; Gracia, T; Newsted, JL; Zhang, X; Sanderson, JT; Yu, RMK; Wu, RSS; Giesy, JP2004144
 
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