Lists, Articles, etc.
International Scientific Declaration on EHS & MCS, Brussels, 2015. Following the 5th Paris Appeal Congress that took place on May 18, 2015, at the Royal Academy of Medicine, Brussels, Belgium. http://www.avaate.org/IMG/pdf/statement_en_definitif.pdf
MCS Scientific Studies http://mcs-america.org/index_files/MCSScientificStudies.htm
James Madison University MCS Research Team http://www.mcsresearch.net
Chemical Injury Information Network http://ciin.org/library.html
Dr Walter Crinnion ND http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=crinnion%20wj
Chemical ‘soup’ clouds connection between toxins and poor health, Scientific American 23 November 2012. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/birnbaum-government-toxicologist-qa/
Maternal Chemical and Drug Intolerances: Potential Risk Factors for Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Lynne P. Heilbrun, MPH; Raymond F. Palmer, PhD; Carlos R. Jaen, MD; Melissa D. Svoboda, MD, Claudia S. Miller, MD, and Jimmy Perkins, PhD; Journal of the American Board Family Med. 2015;28(4):461-470. http://www.medscape.com/viewpublication/67
The Methylation Cycle http://drmyhill.co.uk/wiki/CFS_-_The_Methylation_Cycle
Dr Martin L Pall http://health-ei.com/treatments/neural_sensitization.html
The Role of the Brain and Mast Cells in MCS by Gunnar Heuser, MD, PhD, FACP http://www.tldp.com/issue/210/roleoftheb.htm
Online Articles by Dr Rea a thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon with a strong passion for the environmental aspects of health and disease and founder and director of the Environmental Health Center (EHC-D) http://planetthrive.com/2011/10/throat-constriction/ http://www.ehcd.com/
TDEX – The Endocrine Disruption Exchange http://endocrinedisruption.org
Canadian Human Rights Commission, The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities by Margaret E. Sears http://www.chrc-ccdp.gc.ca/sites/default/files/envsensitivity_en.pdf
Invisible Disabilities Association Why Go Fragrance Free? http://invisibledisabilities.org/educate/chemicalsensitivities/whygofragrancefree/
National Geographic March 5, 2015 Chemical Exposure Linked to Billions in Health Care Costs http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150305-chemicals-endocrine-disruptors-diabetes-toxic-environment-ngfood/
from Chemical Sensitivity Foundation Research Bibliography
Selected Bibliography of Studies and Articles on Chemical Sensitivity Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals
March 2014 Version http://www.chemicalsensitivityfoundation.org/chemical-sensitivity-research_bibliography.html
- Abdullah, L., Evans, J.E., Montague, H., Reed, J.M., Moser, A., Crynen, G., Gonzalez, A., Zakirova, Z., Ross, I., Mullan, C., Mullan, M., Ait-Ghezala, G., Crawford, F. “Chronic Elevation of Phosphocholine Containing Lipids in Mice Exposed to Gulf War Agents Pyridostigmine Bromide and Permethrin.” Neurotoxicology and Teratology 40 (November-December, 2013):74-78.
- Antelman, S.M. “Time-Dependent Sensitization in Animals: A Possible Model of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in Humans.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 10, nos. 4-5 (July-October 1994):335-42.
- Arnold Liamosas, P.A., Arrizabalaga Clement, P., Bonet Agusti, M., de la Fuente Brull, X. “Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in Sick-Building Syndrome.” Medicina Clinica (Barcelona) 126, no. 20 (May 27, 2006):774-78.
- Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics. “Advancing the Understanding of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 8, no. 4 (1992):1.
- Ashford, N., Heinzow, B., Lüütjen, K., Marouli, C., Møølhave, L., Möönch, B., Papadopoulos, S., Rest, K., Rosdahl, D., Siskos, P., Velonakis, E., et al. “Chemical Sensitivity in Selected European Countries: An Exploratory Study.” A Report to the European Commission. Ergonomia, 1995.
- ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry). “Proceedings of the Conference on Low-Level Exposure to Chemicals and Neurobiologic Sensitivity.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 10, nos. 4-5 (1994):25.
- Baines, C.J., McKeown-Eyssen, G.E., Riley, N., Cole, D.E., Marshall, L., Loescher, B., Jazmaji, V. “Case-Control Study of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Comparing Haematology, Biochemistry, Vitamins and Serum Volatile Organic Compound Measures.” Occupational Medicine 54, no. 6 (September 2004):408-18.
- Bartha, L., Baumzweiger, W., Buscher, D., Callender, M., Dahl, K., Davidoff, A., et al. “Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A 1999 Consensus.” Archives of Environmental Health 54, no. 3 (1999):147-49.
- Bascom, R. “Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Respiratory Disorder.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 8, no. 4 (1991):221-28.Bascom, R., Meggs, W., Frampton, M., Hudnell, K., Killburn, K., Kobal, G., Medinsky,M., Rea, W. “Neurogenic Inflammation: With Additional Discussion of Central and Perceptual Integration of Nonneurogenic Inflammation.” Environmental Health Perspectives 105, Suppl. 2 (1997):531-37.
- Bell, I.R. “Clinically Relevant EEG Studies and Psychophysiological Findings: Possible Neural Mechanisms for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Toxicology 111 (1996):101-17.
- Bell, I.R. “White Paper: Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Sensitivity to Low-Level Chemicals: A Neural Sensitization Model.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 10, nos. 4-5 (July-October 1994):277-312.
- Bell, I.R., Baldwin, C.M., Schwartz, G.E. “Sensitization Studies in Chemically Intolerant Individuals: Implications for Individual Difference Research.” Annals of the New York Academy of Science 453 (2001):38-47.
- Bell, I., Baldwin, C., Fernandez, M., Schwartz, G. “Neural Sensitization Model for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Overview of Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 15, nos. 3-4 (1999):295-304.
- Bell, I., Rossi, J., Gilbert, M., Kobal, G., Morrow, L., Newlin, D., Sorg, B., Wood, R. “Testing the Neural Sensitization and Kindling Hypothesis for Illness from Low Levels of Environmental Chemicals.” Environmental Health Perspectives 105, Suppl. 2 (1997):539-47.
- Berg, N.D., Linneberg, A., Dirksen, A., Elberling, J. “Phenotypes of Individuals Affected by Airborne Chemicals in the General Population.” International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health (August 28, 2008).
- Buchwald, D., Garrity, D. “Comparison of Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.” Archives of Internal Medicine 154 (1994): 2049-2053.
- Callender, T.J., Morrow, L., Submaranium, K. “Evaluation of Chronic Neurological Sequelae After Acute Pesticide Poisoning Using Brain SPECT Scans.” Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 41 (1994):275-84.
- Calley, C.S., Kraut, M.A., Spence, J.S., Briggs, R.W., Haley, R.W., Hart, J. Jr. “The Neuroanatomic Correlates of Semantic Memory Deficits in Patients with Gulf War Illnesses: A Pilot Study.” Brain Imaging Behavior 4, nos. 3-4 (December 2010):248-55.
- Caress, S.M., Steinemann, A.C. “A National Population Study of the Prevalence of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Archives of Environmental Health 59, no. 6 (June 2004): 300-305.
- Caress, S.M., Steinemann, A.C. “National Prevalence of Asthma and Chemical Hypersensitivity: An Examination of Potential Overlap.” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 47, no. 5 (May 2005): 518-22.
- Caress, S.M., Steinemann, A.C. “Prevalence of Fragrance Sensitivity in the American Population.” Journal of Environmental Health 71, no. 7 (2009):46-50.
- Caress, S.M., Steinemann, A.C. “A Review of a Two-Phase Population Study of Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.” Environmental Health Perspectives 111, no. 12 (2003):1490-1497.
- Caress, S.M., Steinemann, A.C., Waddick, C. “Symptomatology and Etiology of Multiple Chemical Sensitivities in the Southeastern United States.” Archives of Environmental Health 57, no. 5 (2002):429-36.
- Cone, J., Sult, T. “Acquired Intolerance to Solvents Following Pesticide/Solvent Exposure in a Building: A New Group of Workers at Risk for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 8, no. 4 (1992):29-39.
- Costa, L., Li, W., Richter, R., Shih, D., Lusis, A., Furlong, C. “The Role of Paraoxonase (PON1) in the Detoxication of Organophosphates and Its Human Polymorphism.” Chemico-Biological Interactions 119-120 (1999):429-38.
- Cowan, J., Sinton, C.M., Varley, A.W., Wians, F.H., Haley, R.W., Munford, R.S. “Gene Therapy to Prevent Organophosphate Intoxication.” Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 173, no. 1 (May 15, 2001):1-6.
- Cui, X., Lu, X., Hiura, M., Oda, M., Miyazaki, W., et al. “Evaluation of Genetic Polymorphisms in Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” PLoS ONE 8, no. 8 (August 13, 2013):e73708.
- Cullen, M., Pace, P., Redlich, C. “The Experience of the Yale Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinics with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, 1986-1991.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 8 (1992):15-19.
- Cullen, M.R. “The Worker with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: An Overview.” Occupational Medicine 2 (1987):655-68.
- Dantoft, T.M., Elberling, J., Brix, S., Szecsi, P.B., Vesterhauge, S., Skovbjerg, S. “An Elevated Pro-Inflammatory Cytokine Profile in Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Psychoneuroendocrinology 40 (February 2014):140-50.
- Davidoff, A., Fogarty, L. “Psychogenic Origins of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome: A Critical Review of the Research Literature.” Archives of Environmental Health 49, no. 5 (1994):316-25.
- Davidoff, A., Keyl, P. “Symptoms and Health Status in Individuals with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Syndrome from Four Reported Sensitizing Exposures and a General Population Comparison Group.” Archives of Environmental Health 51, no. 3 (1996):201-13.
- Davidoff, A.L., Meggs, W. “Development of Multiple Chemical Sensitivities in Laborers After Acute Gasoline Fume Exposure in an Underground Tunneling Operation.” Archives of Environmental Health 53, no.3 (1998):183-89.
- Doty, R., Deems, D., Frye, R., Pelberg, R., Shapiro, A. “Olfactory Sensitivity, Nasal Resistance, and Autonomic Function in Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.” Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 114 (1988):1422-1427.
- Elberling, J., Dirksen, A., Johansen, J.D., Mosbech, H. “The Capsaicin Cough Reflex in Eczema Patients with Respiratory Symptoms Elicited by Perfume.” Contact Dermatitis 54, no. 3 (March 2006):158-64.
- Fernandez, M., Bell, I., Schwartz, G. “EEG Sensitization During Chemical Exposure in Women With and Without Chemical Sensitivity of Unknown Etiology.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 15, nos. 3-4 (1999):305-12.
- Fiedler, N., Kipen, H., Natelson, B., Ottenweller, J. “Chemical Sensitivities and the Gulf War: Department of Veterans Affairs Research Center in Basic and Clinical Science Studies of Environmental Hazards.” Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 24 (1996):S129-S138.
- Fincher, E.F., Chang, T.S., Harrell, E.H., Kettkecut, M.C., Rea, W.J., Johnson, A.R., Hickey, H.C., Simon, T.R. “Comparison of Single Photon Computed Tomography Findings in Cases of Healthy Adults and Solvent-Exposed Adults.” American Journal of Industrial Medicine 31 (1997):4-14.
- Fukuyama, T., Ueda, H., Hayashi, K. Tajima, Y., Shuto, Y., Saito, T.R., Harada, T.,Kosaka, T. “Detection of Low-Level Environmental Chemical Allergy by a Long-term Sensitization Method.” Toxicological Letters 180, no. 1 (July 30, 2008):1-8.
- Galland, L. “Biochemical Abnormalities in Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.” Occupational Medicine 2, no. 4 (October-December 1987):713-20.
- Gibson, P. R. “Chemical and Electromagnetic Exposures As Disability Barriers: Environmental Sensitivity.” Disability & Society 24, no. 2 (2009):187-99.
- Gibson, P.R. “Life Indicators, Illness Characteristics, and Psychosocial Concomitants of Self-Reported Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Two-Year Longitudinal Study.” Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 4, no. 3 (2014):204.
- Gibson, P. R. “Perceived Treatment Efficacy for Conventional and Alternative Therapies Reported by Persons with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Environmental Health Perspectives 111 (2003):1498-1504.
- Gibson, P. R. “Sickness Related Dysfunction in Persons with Self-Reported Multiple Chemical Sensitivity at Four Levels of Severity.” Journal of Clinical Nursing 18 (2009):72-81.
- Gibson, P. R. “Work Accommodation for People with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Disability & Society 22, no. 7 (2007):717-32.
- Gibson, P. R. “Of the World But Not in It: Barriers to Community Access and Education for Persons with Environmental Sensitivities.” Health Care for Women International 31, no. 1: (2010):3-16.
- Gopinath, K., Gandhi, P., Goyal, A., Jiang, L., Fang, Y., Ouyang, L., Ganji, S., Buhner, D., Ringe, W., Spence, J., Biggs, M., Briggs, R., Haley, R. “FMRI Reveals Abnormal Central Processing of Sensory and Pain Stimuli in Ill Gulf War Veterans.” Neurotoxicology 33. no. 3 (June 2012):261-71.
- Gordon, B.R. “Approaches to Testing for Food and Chemical Sensitivities.” Otolaryngology Clinics of North America 36, no. 5 (October 2003):917-40.
- Haley, R., Billecke, S., La Du, B. “Association of Low PON1 Type Q (Type A) Arylesterase Activity with Neurologic Symptom Complexes in Gulf War Veterans.” Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 157, no. 3 (1999):227-33.
- Hasegawa, M., Ohtomo, M., Mita, H., Akiyama, K. “Clinical Aspects of Patients with MCS from the Standpoint of Allergy.” Japanese Journal of Allergology 54, no. 5 (May 2005):478-84.
- Heuser, G. “Diagnostic Markers in Clinical Immunotoxicology and Neurotoxicology.” Editorial. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology 1, no. 4 (1992):v-x.
- Heuser, G., Mena, I., Alamous, F. “Neurospect Findings in Patients Exposed to Neurotoxic Chemicals.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 10, nos. 4-5 (1994):461-571.
- Heuser, G., Mena, I. “Neurospect in Neurotoxic Chemical Exposure. Demonstration of Long-Term Functional Abnormalities.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 14, no. 6 (1998):813-27.
- Heuser, G., Wu, J.C. “Deep Subcortical (Including Limbic) Hypermetabolism in Patients with Chemical Intolerance: Human PET Studies.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 933 (March 2001):319-22.
- Hojo, S., Ishikawa, S., Kumano, H., Miyata, M., Sakabe, K. “Clinical Characteristics of Physician-Diagnosed Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in Japan.” International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 211, nos. 5-6 (October 2008):682-89.
- Ionescu, G., Merk, M., Bradford, R. “Simple Chemiluminesence Assays for Free Radicals in Venous Blood and Serum Samples: Results in Atopic, Psoriasis, MCS, and Cancer Patients.” Forsch Komplementarmed 6, no. 6 (December 1999):294-300.
- Inomata, N., Osuna, H., Fujita, H., Ogawa, T. Ikezawa, Z. “Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Following Intolerance to Azo Dye in Sweets in a 5-Year-Old Girl.” Allergology International 55, no. 2 (June 2006): 203-5.
- Ishibashi, M., Tonori, H., Miki, T., Miyajima, E., Kudo, Y., Tsumoda, M. Sakabe, K., Aizawa, Y. “Classification of Patients Complaining of Sick House Syndrome and/or Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 211, no. 3 (March 2007):223-33.
- Jinno, H., Tanaka-Kagawa, T., Obama, T., Miyagawa, M., Yoshikawa, J., Komatsu, K., Tokunaga, H. “Impact of Air Fresheners and Deodorizers on the Indoor Total VolatileOrganic Compounds.” Kokuritsu Iyakuhin Shokuhin Eisei Kenkyusho Hokoku 125 (2007):72-78.
- Kilburn K. “Effects of Diesel Exhaust on Neurobehavioral and Pulmonary Functions.” Archives of Environmental Health 55, no.1 (January/February 2000).
- Kimata, H. “Effect of Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds on Plasma Levels of Neuropeptides, Nerve Growth Factor and Histamine in Patients with Self-Reported Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 207, no. 2 (February 2004):159-63.
- Kimata, H. “Exposure to Road Traffic Enhances Allergic Skin Wheal Responses and Increases Plasma Neuropeptides and Neurotrophins in Patients with Atopic Eczema/Dermatitis Syndrome.” International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 207, no 1. (January 2004):45-49.
- Kipen, H.M., Hallman, W., Kang, H., Fiedler, N., Natelson, B.H. “Prevalence of Chronic Fatigue and Chemical Sensitivities in Gulf Registry Veterans.” Archives of Environmental Health 54, no. 5 (September-October 1999):309-11.
- Kruetzer, R., Neutra, R., Lashuay, N. “Prevalence of People Reporting Sensitivities to Chemicals in a Population-Based Survey.” American Journal of Epidemiology 150, no. 1 (1999):1-12.
- Lax, M., Henneberger, P. ‘Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities in an Occupational Health Clinic: Presentation and Follow-up.” Archives of Environmental Health 50, no. 6 (1995):425-31.
- Lee, T.G. “Health Symptoms Caused by Molds in a Courthouse.” Archives of Environmental Health 58, no. 7 (July 2003):442-46.
- Levallois, P. Neutra, R., Lee, G., Hristoa, L. “Study of Self-Reported Hypersensitivity to Electromagnetic Fields in California.” Environmental Health Perspectives 110, Suppl. 4 (August 2002):619-23.
- Lieberman, A.D., Craven, M.R. “Reactive Intestinal Dysfunction Syndrome (RIDS) Caused by Chemical Exposures.” Archives of Environmental Health 54, no. 5 (September-October 1999):365-66.
- McFadden, S. “Phenotype Variation in Xenobiotic Metabolism and Adverse Environmental Response: Focus on Sulfur-Dependant Detoxification Pathways.” Toxicology 111 (1996):43-65.
- McKeown-Eyssen, G., Baines, C., Cole, D.E., Riley, N., Tyndale, R.F., Marshall, L, Jazmaji, V. “Case-Control Study of Genotypes in Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: CYP2D6, NAT1, NAT2, PON1, PON2 and MTHFR.” International Journal of Epidemiology (July 15, 2004).
- Meggs, W.J. “Hypothesis for Induction and Propagation of Chemical Sensitivity Based on Biopsy Studies.” Review. Environmental Health Perspectives 105 (March 1997).
- Meggs, W.J. “Neurogenic Switching: A Hypothesis for a Mechanism for Shifting the Site of Inflammation in Allergy and Chemical Sensitivity.” Environmental Health Perspectives 103, no. 1 (January 1995):54-56.
- Meggs, W.J. “RADS and RUDS-The Toxic Induction of Asthma and Rhinitis.” Clinical Toxicology 32, no. 5 (1994):487-501.
- Meggs, W.J., Cleveland, C. “Rhinolaryngoscopic Examination of Patients with the Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome.” Archives of Environmental Health 41, no. 1 (1993):14-18.
- Meggs, W.J., Dunn, K., Bloch, R., Goodman, P., Davidoff, L. “Prevalence and Nature of Allergy and Chemical Sensitivity in a General Population.” Archives of Environmental Health 51, no. 4 (1996):275-82.
- Meggs, W.J., Elsheik, T., Metzger, W.J., Albernaz, M., Bloch, R.M. “Nasal Pathology and Ultrastructure in Patients with Chronic Airway Inflammation Following an Irritant Exposure.” Journal of Toxicology-Clinical Toxicology 34, no. 4 (1996):383-96.
- Miller, C.S. “Possible Models for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Conceptual Issues and Role of the Limbic System. Advancing the Understanding of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 8, no. 4 (1992):181-202.
- Miller, C.S. “White Paper: Chemical Sensitivity: History and Phenomenology.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 10, no. 4-5 (1994):253-76.
- Miller, C.S., Gammage R.B., Jankovic, J.T. “Exacerbation of Chemical Sensitivity: A Case Study.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 15, nos. 3-4 (April-June 1999):398-402.
- Miller, C.S., Mitzel, H. “Chemical Sensitivity Attributed to Pesticide Exposure Versus Remodeling.” Archives of Environmental Health 50, no. 2 (1995):119.
- Miller, C.S. “Toxicant-Induced Loss of Tolerance: An Emerging Theory of Disease?” Environmental Health Perspectives 105, Suppl. 2 (1997):445-53.
- Miller, C.S., Prihoda, T. “The Environmental Exposure and Sensitivity Inventory (EESI): A Standardized Approach for Measuring Chemical Intolerances for Research and Applications.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 15 (1999):370-85.
- Miller, C.S., Prihoda, T. “A Controlled Comparison of Symptoms and Chemical Intolerances Reported by Gulf War Veterans, Implant Recipients, and Persons with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 15 (1999):386-97.
- Miller, C.S., Ashford, N., Doty, R., Lamielle, M., Otto, D., Rahill, A., Wallace, L. “Empirical Approaches for the Investigation of Toxicant-Induced Loss of Tolerance.” Environmental Health Perspectives 105, Suppl. 2 (1997):515-19.
- Miller, C.S., Gammage, R., Jankovic, J. “Exacerbation of Chemical Sensitivity: A Case Study.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 15 (1999):398-402.
- Millqvist, E., Bengtsson, U., Lowhagen, O. “Provocations with Perfume in the Eyes Induce Airway Symptoms in Patients with Sensory Hyperreactivity.” Allergy 54, no. 5 (May 1999):495-99.
- Millqvist, E., Ternesten-Hasséus, E., Ståhl, A., Bende, M. “Changes in Levels of Nerve Growth Factor in Nasal Secretions after Capsaicin Inhalation in Patients with Airway Symptoms from Scents and Chemicals.” Environmental Health Perspectives 113, no. 7 (July 2005):849-52.
- Nethercott, J., Davidoff, L., Curbow, B., Abbey, H. “Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Syndrome: Toward a Working Case Definition.” Archives of Environmental Health 48 (1993):19-26.
- Nogué, S., Fernández-Solá, J., Rovira, E., Montori, E., Fernández-Huerta, J.M., Munné, P. “Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Study of 52 Cases.” Medicina Clinica (Barcelona) 129, no. 3 (June 16, 2007):96-98.
- Nutter, T.J., Jiang, N., Cooper, B.Y. “Persistent Na+ and K+ Channel Dysfunctions After Chronic Exposure to Insecticides and Pyridostigmine Bromide.” Neurotoxicology 39 (December 2013):72-83.
- Odegard, T.N., Cooper, C.M., Farris, E.A., Arduengo, J., Bartlett, J., Haley, R. “Memory Impairment Exhibited by Veterans with Gulf War Illness.” Neurocase 19, no. 4 (August 2013): 316-27.
- Ojo, J.O., Abdullah, L., Evans, J., Reed, J.M., Montague, H., Mullan, M.J., Crawford, F.C. “Exposure to an Organophosphate Pesticide, Individually or in Combination with other Gulf War Agents, Impairs Synaptic Integrity and Neuronal Differentiation, and Is Accompanied by Subtle Microvascular Injury in a Mouse Model of Gulf War Agent Exposure.” Neuropathology (September 30, 2013).
- Overstreet, D.H., Djuric, V. “A Genetic Rat Model of Cholinergic Hypersensitivity: Implications for Chemical Intolerance, Chronic Fatigue, and Asthma.” Annals of the New York Academy of Science 933 (March 2001):92-102.
- Overstreet, D., Miller, C., Janowsky, D., Russell, R. “Potential Animal Model of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity with Cholinergic Supersensitivity.” Toxicology 111 (1996):119-34.
- Pall, M.L. “Elevated Nitric Oxide-Peroxynitrite Theory of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Central Role of N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptors in the Sensitivity Mechanism.” Environmental Health Perspectives 111, no. 12 (September 2003):1461-1464.
- Pall M.L., Anderson J.H. “The Vanilloid Receptor as a Putative Target of Diverse Chemicals in Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Archives of Environmental Health 59, no. 7 (2004):363-75.
- Pigatto, P.D., Minoia, C., Ronchi, A., Brambilla, L., Ferrucci, S.M., Spadari, F., Passoni, M., Somalvico, F., Bombeccari, G.P., Guzzi, G. “Allergological and Toxicological Aspects in a Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Cohort.” Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity (2013): 356235.
- Piroli, A., Ciccozzi, A., Petrucci, E., Paladini, A., Marsili, I., Panella, L., Santucci, C., Coaccioli, S., Marinangeli, F. “Anaesthesia Management in Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome.” International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology 26, no. 4 (October-December 2013):961-64.
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- Randolph, T.G. “Human Ecology and Susceptibility to the Chemical Environment: Air Pollution.” Annals of Allergy 19 (June 1961):657-77.
- Randolph, T.G. “Human Ecology and Susceptibility to the Chemical Environment.” Annals of Allergy 19 (July 1961):779-99.
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- Rayhan, R.U., Raksit, M.P., Timbol, C.R., Adewuyi, O., Vanmeter, J.W., Baraniuk, J.N. “Prefrontal Lactate Predicts Exercise-Induced Cognitive Dysfunction in Gulf War Illness.” American Journal Translational Research 5, no. 2 (2013):212-23.
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- Rayhan, R.U., Stevens, B.W., Timbol, C.R., Adewuyi, O., Walitt, B, VanMeter, J.W.,Baraniuk, J.N. “Increased Brain White Matter Axial Diffusivity Associated with Fatigue, Pain and Hyperalgesia in Gulf War Illness” PLoS One 8, no. 3 (2013):e58493.
- Rea, W.J., Didriksen, N., Simon, T.R., Pan, Y., Fenyves, E.J., Griffiths, B. “Effects of Toxic Exposure to Molds and Mycotoxins in Building-Related Illnesses.” Archives of Environmental Health 58, no. 7 (July 2003):399-405.
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- Rea, W.J. “Environmentally Triggered Small Vessel Vasculitis.” Annals of Allergy 38 (April 1977):245-51.
- Rea, W.J. “Environmentally Triggered Thrombophlebitis.” Annals of Allergy 37, no. 2 (August 1976):101-109.
- Rea, W.J., Peters, D.W., Smiley, R.E., Edgar, R., Greenberg, M., Fenyves, E. “Recurrent Environmentally Triggered Thrombophlebitis: A Five-Year Follow-up.” Annals of Allergy 47, no. 5, pt.1 (November 1981):338-44.
- Rogers, W.R., Miller, C.S., Bunegin, L. “A Rat Model of Neurobehavioral Sensitization to Toluene.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 15, nos. 3-4 (April-June 1999):356-69.
- Ross, G.H. “Clinical Characteristics of Chemical Sensitivity: An Illustrative Case History of Asthma and MCS.” Environmental Health Perspectives 105, Suppl. 2 (March 1997):437-41.
- Ross, G.H. “History and Clinical Presentation of the Chemically Sensitive Patient.” Toxicology and Industrial Health 8, no. 4 (July-August 1992):21-28.
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