References for the Great Lakes Consortium

  1. Anderson H, Bigler JD, Development of programs to monitor methyl-mercury exposure and issue fish consumption advisories. In: Dynamics of Mercury Pollution on Regional and Global Scales -Atmospheric Processes and Human Exposures around the World. (Pirrone N, Mahaffey KR eds), 491-509, Springer, 2005.

  2. Anderson H, Imm P, Knobeloch L, Turyk M, Persky V, Mathew J, Buelow C. Characteristics associated with elevated PBDE serum levels: findings from a US cohort of frequent and infrequent consumers of sport-caught fish. BFR 2007 the Fourth International Workshop on Brominated Flame Retardants, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2007.

  3. Anderson HA, Falk C, Fiore B, Hanrahan L, Humphrey HEB, Kanarek M, Long T, Mortensen K, Shelley T, Sonzogni W, Steele G, Tilden J. Consortium for the health assessment of Great Lakes sport fish consumption. Toxicol and Industrial Health, 12, Nos. 3/4, 369-373, 1996.

  4. Anderson HA, Falk C, Hanrahan L, Olson J, Burse V, Needham L, Paschal D, Patterson D, Hill R, and the Great Lakes Consortium. Profiles of Great Lakes critical pollutants: a sentinel analysis of human blood and urine. Environ Health Perspect 106:279-289, 1998.

  5. Anderson HA, Hanrahan L, Falk C, Tilden, J, Olson J. and the Great Lakes Consortium. Sport fish consumption: an important route of exposure to persistent chemical pollutants. Eur J. Oncol., 3:4, 321-327, 1998.

  6. Anderson HA, Imm P, Knobeloch L, Turyk M, Mathew J, Buelow C, Persky V. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) in serum: Findings from a US cohort of consumers of sport-caught fish. Chemosphere (2008), doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2008.05.052.

  7. Falk C, Hanrahan L, Anderson HA, Kanarek MS, Draheim L, Needham L, Patterson D, and the Great Lakes Consortium. Body burden levels of dioxin, furans, and PCBs among frequent consumers of Great Lakes sport fish. Environ Res Section A, 80:S19-S25, 1999.

  8. Freels S, Chary LK, Turyk M, Piorkowski J, Mallin K, Dimos J, Anderson H, McCann K, Burse V, Persky V. Congener profiles of occupational PCB exposure versus PCB exposure from fish consumption. Chemosphere 69:435-443, 2007.

  9. Hanrahan L, Falk C, Anderson HA, Draheim L, Kanarek MS, Olson J, and the Great Lakes Consortium. Serum PCB and DDE levels of frequent Great Lakes sport fish consumers - a first look. Environ Res Section A, 80:S26-S37, 1999.

  10. Hanrahan LP, Anderson, HA, Falk C, Olson J, and the Great Lakes Consortium. Reproductive predictors of serum PCB and DDE among frequent Great Lakes sport fish consumers: the role of gender, births and breastfeeding. Eur. J. Oncol., 4:5:585-593, 1999.

  11. Imm P, Knobeloch L, Anderson H and the Great Lakes Sport Fish Consortium. Fish consumption and advisory awareness in the Great Lakes Basin. Environ Health Perspect. 113:10 1325-1329 2005.

  12. Knobeloch L, Turyk M, Imm P, Schrank C, Anderson H. Temporal changes in PCB and DDE levels among a cohort of frequent and infrequent consumers of Great Lake sportfish. Environ Res. 2008, in press.

  13. Persky V, Turyk M, Anderson HA, Hanrahan LP, Falk C, Steenport DN, Chatterton R, Freels S and the Great Lakes Consortium. The effects of PCB exposure and fish consumption on endogenous hormones Environ Health Perspect 109:1275-1283, 2001.

  14. Tildon J, Hanrahan L, Anderson HA, Palit C, Olson J, MacKenzie W, and the Great lakes Consortium. Health Advisories for Consumers of Great Lakes Sport-Fish: Is the Message Being Received? Environ Health Perspect 105.12, 1997.

  15. Turyk M, Anderson HA, Hanrahan LP, Falk C, Steenport DN, Needham LL, Patterson DG, Freels S, Persky V, and the Great Lakes Consortium. Relationship of serum levels of individual PCB, dioxin, and furan congeners and DDE with Great Lakes sport-caught fish consumption. Environ Res. On line 23 June 2005.

  16. Turyk M, Anderson HA, Hanrahan LP, Falk C, Steenport DN, Needham LL, Patterson DG, Freels S, Persky V, and the Great Lakes Consortium. Relationship of serum levels of individual PCB, dioxin, and furan congeners and DDE with Great Lakes sport-caught fish consumption. Environ Res100, 173-183. 2006.

  17. Turyk M, Persky V, Imm P, Knobeloch L, Chatterton R, Lu Y, Mathew J, Buelow C, Anderson H. Thyroid hormone disruption by PBDEs in adult sport fish consumers: a first look. BFR 2007 The Fourth International Workshop on Brominated Flame Retardants, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2007.

  18. Turyk ME, Anderson HA, Freels S, Chatterton, Jr. R, Needham LL, Patterson, Jr. DG, Steenport DN, Knobeloch L, Imm P, Persky VW,and the Great Lakes Consortium. Associations of organochlorines with endogenous hormones in male Great Lakes fish consumers and nonconsumers . Environ Res102, 299-307. 2006.

  19. Turyk ME, Anderson HA, Persky VW. 2007. Relationships of thyroid hormones with PCBs, Dioxins, Furans, and DDE in adults. Environ Health Perspect 115:1197–1203, 2007.

  20. Turyk ME, Persky VW, Imm P, Knobeloch L, Chatterton Jr R, Anderson HA. Hormone Disruption by PBDEs in Adult Male Sport Fish Consumers. Environ Health Perspect doi:10.1289/ehp.11707 (available at The DOI System - http://dx.doi.org/) (Online 24 July 2008).

  21. Weisskopf MG, Anderson HA, Hanrahan LP, Kanarek M, Falk CM, Steenport DM, Draheim L and the Great Lakes Consortium. Maternal exposure to Great Lakes sport-caught fish and dichlorodiphenyl dichloroethylene, but not polychlorinated biphenyls, is associated with reduced birth weight. Environ Res. Feb:97(2): 149-162, 2005.

  22. Weisskopf MG, Anderson HA, Hanrahan LP. Decreased sex ratio following maternal exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls from contaminated Great Lakes sport-caught fish: a retrospective cohort study. Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source 2003, 2:2 (12 Mar 2003)

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