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Bourqui R, Cottret L , Lacroix V, Auber D, Mary P, Sagot MF and Jourdan F (2007) Metabolic network visualization eliminating node redundance and preserving metabolic pathways, BMC Systems Biology 1, 29 (IF : 5.059, Biology 6/70, Q1)
Chevolleau S, Jacques C, Canlet C, Tulliez J and Debrauwer L (2007) Analysis of hemoglobin adducts of acrylamide and glycidamide by liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry, as exposure biomarkers in French population, J. Chromatogr. A 1167, 125-134 (5-Y IF : 3,758, IF : 3,641, Chemistry, Analytical 5/70, Q1)
Chevolleau S, Touzet, Jamin E, Tulliez J and Debrauwer L (2007) Dosage par LC-APCI-MS/MS des amines aromatiques hétérocycliques formées lors de la cuisson des viandes, Sciences des Aliments sous presse. (5-Y IF : 0,213, IF : 0,197, Food Science & Technology 96/103, Q4)
Cravedi JP, Zalko D, Savouret JF, Menuet A and Jégou B (2007) The concept of endocrine disruption and human health, Médecine Sciences (Paris). 23, 198-204 (5-Y IF : 0,688, IF : 0.336, Medicine Research Experimental 79/81, Q4)
Fabre N, Poinsot V, Debrauwer L, Vigor C, Tulliez J, Fourasté I and Moulis C (2007) Characterisation of glucosinolates using electrospray ion trap and electrospray quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry, Phytochemical Analysis 18, 306-319 (5-Y IF : 1,737, IF : 1,524, Plant Sciences 57/155, Q2)
Fini JB, LeMevel S, Turque N, Palmier K, Zalko D, Cravedi JP and Demeneix BA (2007) An In Vivo Multiwell-Based Fluorescent Screen for Monitoring Vertebrate Thyroid Hormone Disruption, Environmental Science & Technology 41, 5908-5914 (5-Y IF : 5,075, IF : 4,363, Environmental Sciences 7/163, Q1)
Gontier-Latonnelle K, Cravedi JP, Laurentie M, Perdu E, Lamothe V, Le Menn F and Bennetau-Pelissero C (2007) Disposition of genistein in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baeri), General and Comparative Endocrinology 150, 298-308 (5-Y IF : 2,586, IF : 2,562, Endocrinology & Metabolism 47/93, Q3)
Jamin E, Arquier D, Canlet C, Rathahao E, Tulliez J and Debrauwer L (2007) New Insights in the Formation of Deoxynucleoside Adducts with the Heterocyclic Aromatic Amines PhIP and IQ by Means of Ion Trap MSn and Accurate Mass Measurement of Fragment Ions, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 18, 2107-2118 (5-Y IF : 3,247, IF : 3,664, Chemistry, Analytical 4/70, Q1)
Jamin E, Chevolleau S, Touzet C, Tulliez J and Debrauwer L (2007) Assessment of metastable atom bombardment (MAB) ionization mass spectrometry for the fast determination of heterocyclic aromatic amines in cooked meat, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 387, 2931-2941 (5-Y IF : 3,107, IF : 2.867, Chemistry, Analytical 17/70, Q1)
Jourdan F, Breitling R, Barrett MP and Gilbert D (2007) MetaNetter: inference and visualization of high-resolution metabolomic networks., Bioinformatics, btm536 (5-Y IF : 6,481, IF : 5.039, Biochemical Research Methods 8/60, Q1)
Laurent F, Canlet C, Debrauwer L and Pascal-Lorber S (2007) Metabolic fate of [14C]-2,4-dichlorophenol in tobacco cell suspension cultures, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry in press (5-Y IF : 2,710, IF : 2,309, Environmental Sciences 35/160, Q1)
Loiseau N , Debrauwer L, Sambou T, Bouhet S, Miller JD, Martin P, Viadere JL, Pinton P, Puel O, Pineau T, Tulliez J, Galtier P,and Oswald IP (2007) Fumonisin B1 exposure and its selective effect on porcine jejunal segment: Sphingolipids, glycolipids and trans-epithelial passage disturbance, Biochem. Pharmacol. 74, 144-152 (5-Y IF : 4,010, IF : 4,006, Pharmacology & Pharmacy 32/205, Q1)
Merhi M, Raynal H, Cahuzac E, Vinson F, Cravedi JP and Gamet-Payrastre L (2007) Occupational exposure to pesticides and risk of hematopoietic cancers: meta-analysis of case-control studies, Cancer Causes and Control 18, 1209-1226 (5-Y IF : 4,010, IF : 3,279, Public, environmental & occupational health 15/100, Q1)
Vallod D, Cravedi JP, Hillenweck A., and Robin J. (2007) Analysis of the off-flavor risk in carp production in ponds in Dombes and Forez (France), Aquac. Int. 15, 287-298 (5-Y IF : 1,087, IF : 0,828, Fisheries 27/40, Q3)
Vila M, Lorber-Pascal S and Laurent F (2007) Fate of RDX and TNT in agronomic plants, Environmental Pollution 148, 148-154 (5-Y IF : 3,628, IF : 3,135, Environmental Sciences 15/160, Q1)
Vila M, Mehier S, Lorber-Pascal S and Laurent F (2007) Phytotoxicity to and uptake of RDX by rice, Environmental Pollution 145, 813-817 (5-Y IF : 3,628, IF : 3,135, Environmental Sciences 15/160, Q1)