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Audebert M, Salles B, Weinfeld M and Calsou P (2006) Involvement of polynucleotide kinase in a poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase-1-dependent DNA double-strand breaks rejoining pathway, J Mol Biol 356, 257-265 (5-Y IF : 4,890, IF : 4,146, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 53/262, Q1)
Cabaton N, Chagnon MC, Lhuguenot JC, Cravedi JP and Zalko D (2006) Disposition and Metabolic Profiling of Bisphenol F in Pregnant and Nonpregnant Rats, Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 54, 10307-10314 (5-Y IF : 3,165, IF : 2,232, Food Science & Technology 8/95, Q1)
Cariou R, Antignac JP, Maume D, Monteau F, LeBizec B, André F, Debrauwer L and Zalko D (2006) Comparison of analytical strategies for the chromatographic and mass spectrometric measurement of brominated flame retardants: 1. Polybrominated diphenylethers, Journal of Chromatographic Science 44, 489-497 (5-Y IF : 1,058, IF : 0.88, Chemistry, Analytical 50/70, Q3)
Escande A, Pillon A, Servant N, Cravedi JP, Larrea F, Muhn P, Nicolas JC, Cavailles V and Balaguer P (2006) Evaluation of ligand selectivity using reporter cell lines stably expressing estrogen receptor alpha or beta, Biochem. Pharmacol. 71, 1459-1469 (5-Y IF : 4,010, IF : 3.581, Pharmacology & Pharmacy 45/199, Q1)
Laurent F, Debrauwer L and Pascal-Lorber S (2006) Metabolism of [14C]-2,4-dichlorophenol in edible plants, Pest Management Science 62, 558-564 (5-Y IF : 2,170, IF : 1.428, Agronomy 11/49, Q1)
Molina-Molina JM, Hillenweck A, Jouanin I, Zalko D, Cravedi JP, Fernandez MF, Pillon A, Nicolas JC, Olea N and Balaguer P (2006) Steroid receptor profiling of vinclozolin and its primary metabolites, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 216, 44-54 (5-Y IF : 4,185, IF : 4.722, Toxicology 4/76, Q1)
Paris, A., André, F., Antignac, J. P., Le Bizec, B., Bonneau, M., Briant, C., Caraty, A., Chilliard, Y., Cognie, Y., Combarnous, Y., Cravedi, J. P., Fabre-Nys, C., Fernandez-Suarez, A., Fostier, A., Humblot, P., Laudet, V., Leboeuf, B., Louveau, I., Malpaux, B., Martinat-Botte, F., Maurel, M. C., Pelicier-Rubio, M. T., Picard-Hagen, N., Pinault, L., Pinel, G., Ponsard, C., Popot, M. A., Schmidely, P., Toutain, P. L., and Zalko, D. (2006). Hormones et promoteurs de croissance en productions animales : de la physiologie à l'évaluation du risque. INRA Productions Animales19, 149-240. (5-Y IF : 0.479, IF : 0.418, Veterinary Science 84/129, Q3)
Riu A, Zalko D and Debrauwer L (2006) Study of polybrominated diphenyl ethers using both positive and negative atmospheric pressure photoionization and tandem mass spectrometry, Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom. 20, 2133-2142 (5-Y IF : 2,838, IF : 2,680, Chemistry, Analytical 13/68, Q1)
Robin J, Cravedi JP, Hillenweck A, Deshayes C and Vallod F (2006) Off flavor characterization and origin in French trout farming, Aquaculture 260, 128-138 (5-Y IF : 2,125, IF : 2.081, Fisheries 3/41, Q1)
Zalko D, Prouillac C, Riu A, Perdu E, Dolo L, Jouanin I, Canlet C, Debrauwer L and Cravedi JP (2006) Biotransformation of the flame retardant tetrabromo-bisphenol A by human and rat sub-cellular liver fractions, Chemosphere 64, 318-327 (5-Y IF : 3,445, IF : 2.442, Environmental Sciences 27/143, Q1)
Zhang Y, Causserand C, Aimar P and Cravedi JP (2006) Removal of bisphenol A by a nanofiltration membrane in view of drinking water production, Water Research 40, 3793-3799 (5-Y IF : 4,274, IF : 2.459, Water Resources 1/57, Q1)