Alexander Suvorov
Alexander Suvorov
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Parma consensus statement on metabolic disruptors
JJ Heindel, FS Vom Saal, B Blumberg, P Bovolin, G Calamandrei, ...
Environmental Health 14 (1), 1-7, 2015
Perinatal exposure to low-dose BDE-47, an emergent environmental contaminant, causes hyperactivity in rat offspring
A Suvorov, S Girard, S Lachapelle, N Abdelouahab, G Sebire, L Takser
Neonatology 95 (3), 203-209, 2009
Perinatal exposure to low-dose 2, 2′, 4, 4′-tetrabromodiphenyl ether affects growth in rat offspring: what is the role of IGF-1?
A Suvorov, MC Battista, L Takser
Toxicology 260 (1-3), 126-131, 2009
Thyroid disruption by low-dose BDE-47 in prenatally exposed lambs
N Abdelouahab, A Suvorov, JC Pasquier, MF Langlois, JP Praud, ...
Neonatology 96 (2), 120-124, 2009
Endocrine disruptors alter social behaviors and indirectly influence social hierarchies via changes in body weight
B Kim, E Colon, S Chawla, LN Vandenberg, A Suvorov
Environmental Health 14 (1), 1-10, 2015
Preconception urinary phthalate concentrations and sperm DNA methylation profiles among men undergoing IVF treatment: a cross-sectional study
H Wu, MS Estill, A Shershebnev, A Suvorov, SA Krawetz, BW Whitcomb, ...
Human Reproduction 32 (11), 2159-2169, 2017
Feminization of male mouse liver by persistent growth hormone stimulation: activation of sex-biased transcriptional networks and dynamic changes in chromatin states
D Lau-Corona, A Suvorov, DJ Waxman
Molecular and cellular biology 37 (19), e00301-17, 2017
Facing the challenge of data transfer from animal models to humans: the case of persistent organohalogens
A Suvorov, L Takser
Environmental Health 7 (1), 1-18, 2008
Global gene expression analysis in the livers of rat offspring perinatally exposed to low doses of 2, 2′, 4, 4′-tetrabromodiphenyl ether
A Suvorov, L Takser
Environmental health perspectives 118 (1), 97-102, 2010
Monoamine oxidase activity in placenta in relation to manganese, cadmium, lead, and mercury at delivery
N Abdelouahab, G Huel, A Suvorov, B Foliguet, V Goua, G Debotte, ...
Neurotoxicology and teratology 32 (2), 256-261, 2010
Spermatogenesis disruption by dioxins: Epigenetic reprograming and windows of susceptibility
JR Pilsner, M Parker, O Sergeyev, A Suvorov
Reproductive toxicology 69, 221-229, 2017
Changes in mouse uterine transcriptome in estrus and proestrus
KS Yip, A Suvorov, J Connerney, NJ Lodato, DJ Waxman
Biology of reproduction 89 (1), 13, 1-12, 2013
To cull or not to cull? Considerations for studies of endocrine-disrupting chemicals
A Suvorov, LN Vandenberg
Endocrinology 157 (7), 2586-2594, 2016
Does 2, 2′, 4, 4′‐tetrabromodiphenyl ether interact directly with thyroid receptor?
A Suvorov, C Bissonnette, L Takser, MF Langlois
Journal of applied toxicology 31 (2), 179-184, 2011
Perinatal exposure to 2, 2′, 4′ 4′− Tetrabromodiphenyl ether induces testicular toxicity in adult rats
A Khalil, M Parker, SE Brown, SE Cevik, LW Guo, J Jensen, A Olmsted, ...
Toxicology 389, 21-30, 2017
Developmental exposures to bisphenol S, a BPA replacement, alter estrogen-responsiveness of the female reproductive tract: a pilot study
CE Hill, SA Sapouckey, A Suvorov, LN Vandenberg
Cogent medicine 4 (1), 1317690, 2017
Beyond a means of exposure: a new view of the mother in toxicology research
MC Catanese, A Suvorov, LN Vandenberg
Toxicology Research 4 (3), 592-612, 2015
Developmental exposure to 2, 2′, 4, 4′-tetrabromodiphenyl ether permanently alters blood-liver balance of lipids in male mice
A Khalil, SE Cevik, S Hung, S Kolla, MA Roy, A Suvorov
Frontiers in endocrinology 9, 548, 2018
Peripubertal serum dioxin concentrations and subsequent sperm methylome profiles of young Russian adults
JR Pilsner, A Shershebnev, YA Medvedeva, A Suvorov, H Wu, A Goltsov, ...
Reproductive Toxicology 78, 40-49, 2018
Delayed response in the rat frontal lobe transcriptome to perinatal exposure to the flame retardant BDE‐47
A Suvorov, L Takser
Journal of Applied Toxicology 31 (5), 477-483, 2011
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