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annual report describes the state of the university’s environmental health and safety efforts, including the findings of any environmental audit conducted during the reporting period. in vivo and in vitro comparison of the toxicity of advanced composite materials. hazardous materials exposure information service: development, analysis, and medical implications. and lower respiratory effects of ozone in asthmatic and nonasthmatic individuals. and toxicodynamic modeling of the effects of methyl mercury on development of the embryonic rat midbrain. studies of monte carlo modeling of children's pesticides and arsenic exposures due to residential soil contamination. and genomic approaches to the study of progression in mammary carcinogenesis. sampling at the lapel and ear as representative of the breathing zone. dust, endotoxin exposure and the risk of lung cancer among female textile workers in shanghai. of in-vitro individual blood/air partition coefficients for the perdeuterated and nondeuterated isomers of xylene and toluene. the rocky shoreline of the island provides critical habitat for sea birds, marine invertebrates, fish, and seals; thus, any reduction of stored oil and petroleum products decreases the risk of devastating spill impacts to sensitive marine ecosystems. annual report describes the state of the university’s environmental health and safety efforts, including the findings of any environmental audit conducted during the reporting period. analysis of surface receptor expression and cell cycle progression in peripheral blood lymphocytes. and lung function and density: the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis. pilot study of occupational and environmental risk factors for parkinson's disease. earth: a comparison of modern and historical dust sampling methods. willingness to pay for improvements in visibility and air quality. abnormalities: roentgenographic comparison of patients with and without the low back pain syndrome. evaluation of a tabletop exercise designed to test existing organizational bioterrorism response plans of first responder and supporting agencies in the tukwila and seattle-king county areas of washington state. to access complete uw deohs student theses and dissertations, visit the researchworks archive. dioxide ethnicity study: comparing pulmonary and nasal function upon exposure to sulfur dioxide of african-american and caucasian asthmatic males. of the feasibility of a retrospective study design to investigate the risk of spontaneous abortion and exposure to nitrates in drinking water: a pilot study. telephone survey of work and injuries in teenage agricultural workers in an eastern washington community. evaluation of the effectiveness of a health risk assessment used as part of a worksite health promotion program. unh is dedicated to biological safety and security all year long, but in october we take this chance to re-evaluate our commitment to biological safety and security. preliminary study of metals concentrations in drinking water from office buildings and schools. approaches for metagenomic characterization of the puget sound for environmental health surveillance. light microscopic and transmission elec-tron microscopic investigation of asbestos fiber exposure samples during a shipyard asbestos removal operation. of a head dome for human exposures to ambient and occupational airborne contaminants.-related air pollution: science and policy: blood pressure response to controlled diesel exhaust exposure in human subjects & factors influencing air quality policy implementation and success. of sampling collection behavior between standard 37 mm industrial hygiene cassettes in the open and closed face configuration. kinetic and dynamic factors in an in vitro model of male reproductive development. the rocky shoreline of the island provides critical habitat for sea birds, marine invertebrates, fish, and seals; thus, any reduction of stored oil and petroleum products decreases the risk of devastating spill impacts to sensitive marine ecosystems. of enhanced glutathione biosynthesis on oxidative stress-mediated hepatocellular injury and gene expression in mice. wind turbine, and a 300kwh battery bank for energy storage. of environmental factors on mosquito populations and distribution in king county, wa. continuing education needs assessment of industrial hygiene and safety practitioners in the state of washington. of selected glove materials by methyl ethyl ketone and toluene mixtures. of muscarinic receptor subtypes in rat brain and t-lymphocytes following prolonged exposure to organophosphate. map kinase pathway regulates apoptosis through phosphorylation and up-regulation of bimel. of glutathione s transferase mu and theta polymorphisms in determing susceptibility to esophageal and stomach cancers. in july 2016, the office of environmental health and safety transferred all remaining emergency planning to the university police department, division of emergency management. subject exposures working at a downdraft hood under different crossdraft and face velocities. use of systems dynamics and computer simulation to study the environmental health section of a military public health agency.-environment interaction between adult lead exposure and apolipoprotein e4 on adult hippocampal neurogensis and cognitive behavior in mice.

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comparison of west nile virus vector mosquito populations in sites with and without storm water drainage ponds. in urinary creatinine and dissolved solids from childhood to adulthood: impact on the interpretation of urinary biomarkers of chemical exposure. work and it's association with endometrial and ovarian cancer among women textile workers in shanghai, china. of metal-induced cell cycle alterations and apoptosis in c57bl/6 and swv mouse embryonic fibroblasts. assessment of an omni-directional, wind and water tolerant, high-volume bioaerosol inlet. and function of bdnf-activated erk5 and erk½ map kinases in cns neurons. exposures to vapors and gases, liver attenuation and insulin resistance: the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis. of chormosomal aberrations in dmba/tpa-induced skin tumorigenesis in p19arf-and p53-deficient mice using microarray-based comparative genome hybridization. physiologically based toxicokinetic model of xylene inhalation exposure in caucasian men and a correlation study of individual kinetic and anthropometric parameters. the health and safety needs of the dry cleaning industry in king county.&s permeation of selected glove materials by pentachlorophenol and sodium pentachlorophenate solution. regarding to these new properties of the materials there are knowledge gaps about the effects of these particles on human organism and the environment. of exposure to chlorpyrifos and diazinon in pesticide applicators and their children in rural nicaragua. and attempted validation of an asthma vulnerability index for use in targeting schools of region 10 epa. 2015 annual report for the office of environmental health and safety (oehs) is available for viewing on the oehs webpage. stress, heat strain, and productivity in washington state tree fruit harvesters. measurements and comparative analysis of air-purifying, negative pressure half mask respirators fit on male and female workers. and physical exposure differences between children and adults when using standard and small computer input devices.- any -environmental and occupational health (eoh)environmental health (eh)environmental health technology (tech)exposure sciences (es)industrial hygiene & safety (ih&s)industrial hygiene (ih)occupational and environmental medicine (oem)occupational medicine (occ med)preventative medicine (prev med)radiological sciences (rad sci)safety and ergonomics (saf erg)toxicology (tox). determination of specific carpet/mastic emissions and the relationship to indoor air pollution., implementation and evaluation of a training intervention for a dual-lingual health and safety committee. kinetics of methyl ethyl ketone and toluene in mixed expired breath after inhalation exposure. in fine particulate matter and its association with blood pressure in the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis cohort. & tutorialsncbi education pagencbi handbookncbi help manualncbi newsall training & tutorials resources. predictions of steady-state permeation rate derived from mass-loss data to measured permeation rate in four combinations of two polymeric glove materials and two common solvents. studies in porphobilinogen deaminase in liver, kidney, and blood cells. observational technique for assessment of safety performance on construction sites.: abstractformatsummarysummary (text)abstractabstract (text)medlinexmlpmid listapplysend tochoose destinationfileclipboardcollectionse-mailordermy bibliographycitation managerformatsummary (text)abstract (text)medlinexmlpmid listcsvcreate file1 selected item: 22317200formatsummarysummary (text)abstractabstract (text)medlinexmlpmid listmesh and other datae-mailsubjectadditional texte-maildidn't get the message? unh is dedicated to biological safety and security all year long, but in october we take this chance to re-evaluate our commitment to biological safety and security. of nuclear factor-kappa b in the molecular toxicology of mercury in kidney and brain cells. for questions about campus-wide emergency preparedness and management planning or training, contact assistant director of emergency management, james lapolla via email or contact by phone at 862-1427. role of water quality and chemical speciation in the distribution and toxicity of copper in the chehalis river. effect of inorganic lead on dna synthesis in 1321n1 human astrocytoma cells: roles of protein kinase c and miogen activated protein kinases. size distribution and bioavailability of chromium vi compounds in electroplating and spray-painting. exposure to deposited arsenic and lead on vashon/maury island. january 18, 2017 fda bans use of powdered gloves and absorbable powder for lubricating. office of environmental health and safety annual report for 2015 is available. role of cyp1a enzymes in aristolohic acid toxicity and mutagenicity: clues to mechanism and disease. leak detection: evaluating technical capabilities and usability of vapor leak detectors.-term health consequences of incarceration as a prisoner of war. unh office of environmental health and safety, with support from research integrity services,. size distributions, size concentration relationships, and adherence to hands of selected geologic media derived from mining, smelting, and quarrying activities. this decrease in fuel storage on island, leading to sml’s removal of two 6,000-gallon bulk storage diesel tanks and replacement with smaller intermediate bulk containers under 270 gallons each in the summer of 2015. monitoring following absorption of toluene: a comparison of percutaneous and pulmonary routes of exposure. development of a safety program for a midsized electronics industry.


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as a result, total fuel storage at the island has decreased from 12,000 gallons to less than 1,300 gallons per year. over the past decade, sml has dramatically decreased its use of fossil fuels and storage of petroleum products on the 95-acre island that provides educational and research facilities for hundreds of users each summer. summer, the office of environmental health and safety (oehs) chemical inventory team verified the location of 38,330 chemical containers after visiting 550 lab and chemical use spaces maintained by approximately 179 unh faculty and staff across 38 departments and 19 campus buildings (including unh manchester). occurrence of leptospirae and serum antibody in feral rats in seattle, washington. effects of transforming growth factor ß on differentiation: an in vitro investigation using primary embryonic limb and cns cell cultures. & expressionbiosystemsdatabase of genotypes and phenotypes (dbgap)e-utilitiesgenegene expression omnibus (geo) database gene expression omnibus (geo) datasetsgene expression omnibus (geo) profilesgenome workbenchhomologenemap vieweronline mendelian inheritance in man (omim)refseqgeneunigeneall genes & expression resources. analysis of chemical species and their particulate size distribution in seattle urban air. evaluation of potential risk factors for cancer and non-cancer health effects associated with heavy metal exposure. effects of prenatal ethanol exposure on abc cholesterol transporters and cholesterol levels in the developing rat brain. incidence and causes of subacute and acute carbon monoxide poisoning in seattle. of protein kinase c zeta in lipopolysaccharide-mediated nuclear factor kappa b activation and transcriptional activity in kidney epithelial cells.-nitropyrene and diesel particulate matter exposures among workers in a metal mine. of genomic structural variation (dbvar)database of genotypes and phenotypes (dbgap)database of single nucleotide polymorphisms (dbsnp)snp submission toolall variation resources. nisbet, senior vice provost for research, wants to remind unh researchers that october is the national institutes of health biosafety stewardship month.-occupational noise exposure and its contribution to noise dose in apprentice construction workers. exposure assessment and control in orchards: spectrofluorometric analysis of fluorescent tracers in air, deposition and wipe samples. study of differences of accidental injuries by class of vessel and occupational category within the national oceanic and atmospheric administration. office of environment health and safety chemical inventory verification program summary 2016. comparative study of two sampling methods for monomeric and polymeric isocyanates in two-component polyurethane paint spray aerosol. effect of surface charge, negative and bipolar ionization on the deposition of airborne bacteria. training improvement and assessment tools in hands-on pesticide handler training. the reduction of fuel storage tank size on island decreases the risk for catastrophic environmental impacts should a tank or container rupture. relationship between atmospheric and urinary fluoride concentrations in potroom workers. over the past decade, sml has dramatically decreased its use of fossil fuels and storage of petroleum products on the 95-acre island that provides educational and research facilities for hundreds of users each summer. of a strand-specific method to detect infectious human enterovirus-b (hev-b) species in environmental samples. although it still being considered emerging technology it is growing increasingly fast as well as the number of products using nanotechnologies in some production level and so the number of researchers involved with the subject. significance of polymorphic variants of cyp1b1 and comt in estrogen metabolism and their relevance to endometrial cancer. upregulation of cholesterol transporters and cholesterol acceptor-mediated cholesterol efflux in brain cells as a novel mechanism of developmental neurotoxicity: ethanol and retinoic acid. validation of the efficacy of power loss coefficients in detecting ventilation system modifications and in predicting new airflow levels and pressures. of sampling collection behavior between standard 37 mm industrial hygiene cassettes in the open and closed face configuration. role of water quality and chemical speciation in the distribution and toxicity of copper in the chehalis river. management and planning has been the responsibility of the university police department since 2007. of occupational styrene exposure by ambient air and urine analysis. hand hygiene and sanitation effectively be taught to children and adults? resistance of escherichia coli o157 isolated from humans and cattle. of f+ rna coliphage and bacteroides 16s rrna gene in tulalip bay. power plant construction in a rural area: applications for environmental health planning. of polymorphisms in the glutamate cysteine ligase catalytic subunit gene and glutathione-s-transferase gene with fibrotic lung diseases. correlation between glutathione content and gap junctional intercellular communication in rat-1 fibroblasts. summer, the office of environmental health and safety (oehs) chemical inventory team verified the location of 38,330 chemical containers after visiting 550 lab and chemical use spaces maintained by approximately 179 unh faculty and staff across 38 departments and 19 campus buildings (including unh manchester). of particulate matter on heart rate and blood pressure of c57/bl6 and apoe knockout mice. of face velocity, flanges, and mannikin position on the effectiveness of an enclosing hood. function effects of low level so2 exposure in adult onset nonallergic asthmatics and comparison to methacholine respon-siveness. effect of antioxidants on lipopolysaccharide-induced and hydrogen peroxide-induced toxicity on mes23. of organophosphate pesticides in urine and home environment dust in an agricultural community.

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consumption risk communication: a comparative analysis of fish consumption advisories to pregnant women and women of childbearing age. of the fluorescent tracer technique from a research dermal exposure assessment method to a pesticide safety educational tool. information1fundacentro - employment and working ministry, av borges de medeiros, 659/10° andar, cep 90020-023 porto alegre, rio grande do sul, brazil. testing and evaluation of a quantitative fit test dust respirator. of interpersonal and intrapersonal differences in endogenous ammonia in human respiratory airways. of chlorpyrifos exposure on proliferation and differentiation in human neural progenitor cells. in blood/air partitioning of volatile organic compounds: effect of concentration and correlation with blood chemistry. jan asks that all pis participate in three elements of biosafety stewardship during october: evaluate, collaborate, and commit. of nuclear factor kappa b dna binding by mercury and effects of competitive thiol reagents in normal rat renal epithelial cells.: an important consideration for public health education on the web. of outcome in surgically and non-surgically treated work related ulnar neuropathy at the elbow. sensitivity and response to metal-induced neural tube defects using a comparative mouse model. consumption and mercury exposure among japanese women living in the puget sound area. and characterization of the methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus in three seattle area beaches. of the effects of lead on spermatogenesis and sperm chromatin structure in rats. risk factors for serum cholinesterase inhibition among pesticide applicators exposed to organophosphate and n-methyl-carbamate pesticides in washington state, 2006-2010. this decrease in fuel storage on island, leading to sml’s removal of two 6,000-gallon bulk storage diesel tanks and replacement with smaller intermediate bulk containers under 270 gallons each in the summer of 2015. of the permeation rates of selected glove materials by mixtures of methyl ethyl ketone and toluene at skin and room temperature. as a result, total fuel storage at the island has decreased from 12,000 gallons to less than 1,300 gallons per year. page provides a searchable database of culminating projects (theses, dissertations, practicums and projects) completed by students receiving graduate degrees from our department. oehs is also responsible for developing programs to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal health, safety and environmental regulations, and campus policies on environmental health and safety. washington aerial spray drift study: a comparison of children's inhalation exposures to methamidophos estimated using diary and personalized global positioning system data. exposure and hypertension in the post-deployment period: a cohort study. amplification and reverse northern analysis to measure gene expression changes in mehg exposed mice. nisbet, senior vice provost for research, wants to remind unh researchers that october is the national institutes of health biosafety stewardship month. effect of ethanol on the synthesis and efflux of cholesterol in astrocytes. effects of dexamethasone and/or captopril on the dose response for radiation nephropathy. of the efficacy of the biosampler aerosol collection device for collection and retention of various particle sizes. examination of the relevance of education and training to job activities performed by environmental health practitioners in the pacific northwest. public health significance of yersinia enterocolitica from animals and surface waters. of environmentally-relevant substrates and inhibitors on human liver cytosolic glutathione s-transferase. childhood pesticide exposure by targeting the clinician pesticide training gap: the design, implementation, and evaluation of an online curriculum. of a novel electropositive filter for the concentration of viruses from deionized and simulated marine water. air pollution and lung cancer risk in the women's health initiative observational study. genetic factors contribute to the differential genetic susceptibility of copenhagen and fischer 344 rats to mammary carcinogenesis. response and susceptibility to oxidative stress in mouse lung fibroblasts heterozygous for phospholipid hydroperoxide glutathione peroxidase (gpx4). and validity testing of a questionnaire measuring past physical exposures to the back and lower extremities./wor-2012-0579-3174 [indexed for medline] sharemesh termsmesh termsguidelines as topichumanslaboratories*nanotechnology*occupational exposure/prevention & control*occupational health*risk assessmentsafety management/methods*linkout - more resourcesfull text sourcesios pressmedicaloccupational health - medlineplus health informationpubmed commons home. study of styrene exposure and biological monitoring in three fiberglass-reinforced plastics plants in western washington. of glutathione s-transferase in human mononuclear leukocytes toward the epoxides of aflatoxin b1, benzo(a)- pyrene, trans-stilbene, and p-nitrostyrene. unh is dedicated to biological safety and security all year long, but in october we take this chance to re-evaluate our commitment to biological safety and security. the team, made up of 4 chemistry graduate students and oehs staff, accomplished this enormous task well ahead of schedule, along with several other important safety projects. scanning and transmission electron microscopic study of new and used asbestos-cement pipe and the identification and quantitation of asbestos fibers in asbestos-cement pipe and water samples. study of performance objectives for the entering level environmental health specialist. shoals marine laboratory (sml), a seasonal field marine biology station on appledore island, maine is operated jointly by the university of new hampshire and cornell university.

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  this “green grid” now acts as the primary source of energy production for the island with diesel generators as a back up during times of no sun or wind. at sea: the effects of protective clothing and survivor location on core and skin temperature. of diesel exhaust biomarkers of exposure by hplc/ms/ms and gc/ms. community responses to environmental injustice in south park: resources and recommendations for the south seattle interagency environmental justice workgroup., disease, and the new deal: the farm security administration migrant health programs. to diesel exhaust inhalation among healthy subjects: symptom, perception and physiologic measures. health risk associated with recreational exposure to the algal toxin microcystin in western washington lakes. lung capacity : an insensitive measure of impairment in patients with asbestosis and copd. study of the influence of several welding parameters on irradiance levels in selected wavebands. study of management styles within environmental health units of local public health agencies in washington state. effects of in utero methylmercury exposure on vision and hearing in nonhuman primates, macaca fascicularis. of measurement error and possible shortcut methods in determining mean velocity in ducts. january 18, 2017 fda bans use of powdered gloves and absorbable powder for lubricating. office of environment health and safety chemical inventory verification program summary 2016. observational study comparing rates of morbidity in selected indochinese refugee camps to camp locations and costs for sanitation services. exposure to air pollution and blood pressure: a cross-sectional assessment of the niehs sister study. of porphyrin intermedi-ates in biological tissue and urine by reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography-fluorometry. effects of sulphur dioxide on pulmonary function and bronchial reactivity in healthy male subjects aged 60 years or older. variation of volatile organic compo-nent concentration of landfill gas emissions with location and over time. perception of graphics by computer users who are blind: effects of resolution, limb movement and imagae design. shoals marine laboratory (sml), a seasonal field marine biology station on appledore island, maine is operated jointly by the university of new hampshire and cornell university. a biokinetic model to quantify and optimize cortisol measurements for acute and chronic environmental stress exposure in maternal and child health. 37 mm air sampling cassette: evaluation of collection characteristics during total particulate monitoring: a case study in the shingle and shake industry. cycles in baseball players: their identification and use in predicting performance. effects of physical activity and gender on the toxicokinetics of toluene in human volunteers. of glutamate-cysteine ligase overexpression on dna damage and survival raters in hepa-1 cells. infection control practices among healthcare workers in primary care and emergecy department settings. role of oxidative stress in nuclear factor-kb activation in arterial endothelial and kidney epithelial cell lines. efficiency of molecular sieve for nitrous oxide: effects of humidity and mesh size. in july 2016, the office of environmental health and safety transferred all remaining emergency planning to the university police department, division of emergency management. hygiene management in south african communal sanitation facilities: recommendations to the ethekwini department of water and sanitation. to particulate matter among older adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: relation between personal, indoor, and outdoor concentrations. health significance of the presence of pseudomonas aeruginosa in a municipal water distribution system. assessment of community response to a gun shot noise and technical measurement considerations. approaches to development, delivery, and evaluation of a peer-led occupational safety training for latino day laborers. of an observational assessment tool to quantify hazards associated with acute injuries and fatalities in the construction industry. health impacts of salmonella from raw poultry: prevalence, exposure and epidemiological links to cases.-environment interaction and coronary artery disease: do olr1 gene polymorphisms modify the cardiovascular effects of traffic exposure? annual report describes the state of the university’s environmental health and safety efforts, including the findings of any environmental audit conducted during the reporting period. pesticide handler pesticide exposure: practical solutions fresh from the orchard. of methylmercury-induced toxicity in primary embryonic cns cells - the role of cell cycle regulatory genes and glutathione. of rat glutathione s-transferase isozyme expression by cytochrome p450 inducing agents and diquat. and active air sampling for residential exposures to airborne organophosphorus pesticides and oxygen analogs ("oxons") in central washington state. and characterization of elements regulating the expression of the phenobarbital-inducible cyp2b1 and cyp2b2 genes. between payment schemes and heat-related illness in washington agricultural workers.Write a linux device driver

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unh office of environmental health and safety, with support from research integrity services,. stress and antioxidant status in controlled human diesel exhaust exposure: a randomized, blinded, cross-over experiment. endocrine effects of acute, controlled toluene exposure in men and women. to assess the tripod 2006 wildfire impacts on air quality, hospitalizations and public health in washington state: a case study of the 2006 tripod wildfires. double strand break repair polymorphisms, ionizing radiation exposure and breast cancer risk. corrosion and deterioration of water quality: the bacterial and chemical effects of corrosion treatment in galvanized premise plumbing. lead levels among intravenous drug abusers and lead and mercury levels in illicit methamphetamine samples in oregon.  the compliance matrix for major program areas and regulatory drivers can also be found on the same page. oehs is also responsible for developing programs to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal health, safety and environmental regulations, and campus policies on environmental health and safety. to sml’s commitment to sustainability, its expanded and upgraded green energy infrastructure, and innovative conservation programs, the use of fossil fuels has decreased dramatically. workers’ exposures to chemicals and dust in nail salons using local exhaust ventilation systems. and mechanisms of cardiopulmonary toxicity of seattle particulate matter in the apolipoprotein e knockout transgenic mouse. of a cholinesterase test kit into diagnosis and clinical practice for monitoring farm worker exposure to pesticides. landfills in washington state from the local health agency perspective. collection and electrochemical detection method for use in bioaerosol personal sampling device. and uv-disinfection as drinking water treatment options for rural areas of less developed countries. the rocky shoreline of the island provides critical habitat for sea birds, marine invertebrates, fish, and seals; thus, any reduction of stored oil and petroleum products decreases the risk of devastating spill impacts to sensitive marine ecosystems. and policy implications of genetic information in regulation: a case study of organophosphate pesticides. of swelling on the permeation behaviour of selected glove materials by mixtures of liquid methyl ethyl ketone (mek) and toluene.-term variability in leachate quality at two locations within a municipal landfill. the reduction of fuel storage tank size on island decreases the risk for catastrophic environmental impacts should a tank or container rupture. of airborne and surface particulate size distributions in specific hanford nuclear facilities. of body burdens produced by inhalation and dermal exposure to xylene.  the compliance matrix for major program areas and regulatory drivers can also be found on the same page. & softwareblast (basic local alignment search tool)blast (stand-alone)cn3dconserved domain search service (cd search)e-utilitiesgenbank: bankitgenbank: sequingenbank: tbl2asngenome protmapgenome workbenchprimer-blastprosplignpubchem structure searchsnp submission toolsplignvector alignment search tool (vast)all data & software resources. this decrease in fuel storage on island, leading to sml’s removal of two 6,000-gallon bulk storage diesel tanks and replacement with smaller intermediate bulk containers under 270 gallons each in the summer of 2015. vitro dermal uptake of soil contaminants: effects of soil loading and air flow. clinician training on pesticides and child health and developing curriculum aimed at enhancing self-efficacy. percutaneous absorption of penta-chlorophenol and tetrachlorophenol using excised human abdominal skin. office of environmental health and safety annual report for 2015 is available. characterization of sulforaphane as a novel antagonist to the human pregnane and xenobiotic receptor (pxr). and concept learning in infant macaca fasicularis exposed in utero to methanol. absorption of benzo[a]pyrene from soil: assessment of flux and application to risk assessment of contaminated sites. of tl bacteriophage as an indicator organism in the decontamination of laminar flow biological safety cabinets. of exposures to diesel particulate matter utilizing ambient air monitoring and urinary biomarkers among pedestrian commuters who cross the u. use among soldiers is higher following combat trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder. heat-related morbidity in washington state: hospitalizations and associated costs in summer 2004. of breathing zone radioiodine (125i) measurements and in vivo measurement in determining thyroid burdens during iodination procedures. analysisblast (basic local alignment search tool)blast (stand-alone)blast link (blink)conserved domain search service (cd search)genome protmapgenome workbenchinfluenza virusprimer-blastprosplignsplignall sequence analysis resources. study of the corrosive properties of water and the presence of trace elements in three community water systems and the seattle water system. comparison of the effects of crossdrafts on the exposure factors of an enclosing hood and a capturing hood. survey of the need for occupational safety and health personnel and applicable education and training programs in the state of washington. january 18, 2017 fda bans use of powdered gloves and absorbable powder for lubricating. recombinant rna standard for quantitative competitive rt-pcr of rat cytochrome p450 gene expression. organic analysis of groundwater samples in the vicinity of the leichner landfill in vancouver, washington.Write a method square of asterisks

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of cytochrome p450 mrna in tissue sections and cell lines using enzyme-labeled fluorescense in situ hybridization. environmental survey of bag-gage and parking facilities at seattle-tacoma international airport. office of environmental health and safety (oehs) works to assure safe and healthful environments for all segments of the campus population through programs of information and education, review and monitoring, technical consultation and provision of direct services. monitors performance under fluctuating solvent concentration and multiple solvent presence. modulation of multi-walled carbon nanotube-induced acute lung pathology by mouse strain, glutathione status, and nanotube characteristics. (basic local alignment search tool)blast (stand-alone)blast link (blink)conserved domain database (cdd)conserved domain search service (cd search)e-utilitiesprosplignprotein clustersprotein databasereference sequence (refseq)all proteins resources., sequencing, and expression of mouse glutamate-cysteine ligase in cultured mammalian cells: effects on resistance to oxidative stress. study of lead exposure profiles in handgun users at indoor firing ranges. assessment of occupational exposure to respirable particulates and sulfur dioxide during aluminum smelter potroom operations. & rnablast (basic local alignment search tool)blast (stand-alone)e-utilitiesgenbankgenbank: bankitgenbank: sequingenbank: tbl2asngenome workbenchinfluenza virusnucleotide databasepopsetprimer-blastprosplignreference sequence (refseq)refseqgenesequence read archive (sra)spligntrace archiveunigeneall dna & rna resources. of aflatoxin b1 metabolism and binding to hepatic macromolecules in rat, ethoxyquin treated rat, and human precision liver slices. of fibers and particulates as studied in rat lung organ. effects of prenatal methanol exposure on simple and choice reaction time in nonhuman primates. nisbet, senior vice provost for research, wants to remind unh researchers that october is the national institutes of health biosafety stewardship month. development of testing software to measure and characterize differences in computer mouse use proficiency: comparison of children and adults. relationship between self-reported morale and post-deployment mental illness: a retrospective cohort time to event analysis. of orchard proximity effect on organophosphorous pesticide exposures among agricultural workers and their families. relationships between spot and 24-hour urinary mercury levels and their association with other measures of mercury exposure. comparison of urinary coproporphyrin, erythrocyte alad activity and zinc protoporphyrin/heme ratio as biochemical indices of lead exposure in rats. noise exposures aboard catcher processors in the bering sea and pacific ocean.  the office of environmental health and safety shared responsibility for emergency planning in specific buildings with labs or other hazardous materials. of domoic acid (da) in pregnant and non-pregnant mice after repeated oral administrations. questionnaire study of respiratory health in areas of high and low ambient wood smoke pollution. assessment and ozone disinfection of cryptosporidium parvum in drinking water. to sml’s commitment to sustainability, its expanded and upgraded green energy infrastructure, and innovative conservation programs, the use of fossil fuels has decreased dramatically. office of environmental health and safety (oehs) works to assure safe and healthful environments for all segments of the campus population through programs of information and education, review and monitoring, technical consultation and provision of direct services. of diesel exhaust in human subjects and gene expression in peripheral blood leukocytes.  the compliance matrix for major program areas and regulatory drivers can also be found on the same page. and critical evaluation of tracer gas techniques for determining room air change rates. and isolation of fecal indicator bacteria, staphylococcus aureus, and methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus from pacific northwest marine beach samples. and macromolecular characterization of n-nitroso compound toxicity in medaka (oryzias latipes) embryo culture. evaluation of fish consumption and environmental concern in low income and food insecure populations in seattle. effects of 300 ppb nitrogen dioxide in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma patients. informant perceptions of environmental and occupational risks for agricultural workers in yakima valley, washington as a part of el proyecto bienestar. and utilization of a cdna probe for gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase to study transcriptional regulation of glutathione biosynthesis. of large diameter nuclepore® filters and a coulter® particle counter to evaluate the efficiency of a water treatment pilot plant for removal of giardia lamblia cysts. to learn more about the results of this program and what lab owners should know, click here. pollution exposure and left ventricular mass and function: the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis. indoor uv and blue light exposure assessment in marijuana growing facilities. effect of in vivo exposure to phorone and buthione sulfoximine on glutathione content, calcium mobilization, and dna synthesis in mouse splenic t lymphocytes. jan asks that all pis participate in three elements of biosafety stewardship during october: evaluate, collaborate, and commit. of diazinon and diazoxon on astrocyte-neuronal interactions: inhibition of neurite outgrowth by mechanisms of oxidative stress. exploratory study of the incentives and disincentives for latino farm workers in the state of washington to participate in the workers' compensation system. between neighborhood walkability and physical performance function in older adults. size distribution and bioavailability of hexavalent chromium exposure in various industries.

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oehs is also responsible for developing programs to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal health, safety and environmental regulations, and campus policies on environmental health and safety. of lead, cad-mium, mercury, and copper in the crayfish (pacifasticus leniusculus) in lake washington and lake union. and analysis of benzene and hydrogen sulfide exposures for workers at an oil refinery. of global transcriptional responses and dna repair following aflatoxin b1 treatment in saccharomyces cerevisiae. comparison of tracer gas concentrations taken in a wind tunnel at the mouth of a mannikin to values found at its lapel and cheek. effect of varing concentrations of chemical mictures containing toluene and methyl isobutyl ketone on the accuracy of collection in passive and active samlplers. office of environmental health and safety annual report for 2015 is available. washington spray drift study: understanding the broader mechanisms of pesticide spray drift. review of yersinia enteroco-litica , tofu-associated disease outbreak: legal, epidemiological and biological aspects. expression of cyp2d6 (debrisoquine hydroxylase) and epoxide dydrolase: studies examining their potential association with parkinson's disease. exposure and health effects on forest firefighters at prescribed burns. in july 2016, the office of environmental health and safety transferred all remaining emergency planning to the university police department, division of emergency management.-heat exposure and associated health outcomes in king county, wa: a study of historical outcomes, model validation, and heat-risk mapping. banding tools: advanced regulated evaluation and authorization of chemical tool and agreement with professional judgment. and glutamate cysteine ligase modifier subunit expression as determinants of acetaminophen-induced liver damage in mice. office of environmental health and safety (oehs) works to assure safe and healthful environments for all segments of the campus population through programs of information and education, review and monitoring, technical consultation and provision of direct services. of reliability and validity of the hand activity level (hal) and the strain index for use in epidemiological studies. given this scenario and based on literature related, a comprehensive methodology for health and safety at work for researching laboratories with activities in nanotechnologies was developed, based on ilo structure guidelines for safety and health at work system on which a number of nanospecific recommendations were added to. study of the application of organization development concepts to an environmental health section of a local public health agency. of work practices and ventilation effectiveness in shipyard confined space welding. of fungal exposure methods, using ergosterol concentrations, viable and non-viable fungal spore counts and questionnaire based exposure assessments, as used in the seattle healthy homes projects. occupational history and risk of parkinson disease: a case-control study. of ozone exposure on nuclear factor-kappa b activation and tumor necrosis factor-alpha expression in human epithelial cells. 2015 annual report for the office of environmental health and safety (oehs) is available for viewing on the oehs webpage. implementation and results of an occupational health fitness program at quinton instrument company. impact evaluation of a farm worker environmental and occupational health community-based participatory research course in the yakima valley, washington. exposure to sediment: field measurement of sediment loadings and unresolved issues in exposure assessment. of toluene and xylene expo-sures in automotive spray painting: a comparison of exhaled breath and ambient air monitoring. of the relationship between contaminant concentration and blood/air phase distribution behavior. the team, made up of 4 chemistry graduate students and oehs staff, accomplished this enormous task well ahead of schedule, along with several other important safety projects. over the past decade, sml has dramatically decreased its use of fossil fuels and storage of petroleum products on the 95-acre island that provides educational and research facilities for hundreds of users each summer. validity of audio computer assisted self interview (acasi) among low literate pesticide handlers. and characterization of a morphologi-cal scoring system for madaka (oryzias latipes) embryo culture: evaluation of the devel-opmental toxicity of n-nitroso compounds. of 2,3-dimercapto-1-propanesulfonic acid (dmps) on tissue and urine mercury and porphyrin levels of methyl mercury-exposed rats. wind turbine, and a 300kwh battery bank for energy storage. characteristics and predictors of mesothelioma in the caret asbestos cohort. responsiveness and respiratory risk factors in new hires to an aluminum potroom. and analysis of radioiodine emissions from the university of washington. life: health risk and 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investigating the role of oxidative stress and glutathione in de-mediated effects. for questions about campus-wide emergency preparedness and management planning or training, contact assistant director of emergency management, james lapolla via email or contact by phone at 862-1427. between in-utero exposure to diesel exhaust and n-acetyl-cysteine supplementation in hyperlipidemic pregnant mice and development of atherosclerosis at multiple vascular sites in the offspring. a simple research protocol to investigate a children's environmental health concern: fluoride and fluorosis among san juan island children. of bioaerosols and bacterial surface contamination at a large washington dairy operation.  this “green grid” now acts as the primary source of energy production for the island with diesel generators as a back up during times of no sun or wind. renin-angiotensin system, traffic-related air pollution, and cartoid distensibility: gene-environment interactions in the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis and air pollution. of exposure to jet-propellant-8 (jp-8) and health care utilization in united states army soldiers returning from deployment to operation iraqi freedom. particulate air pollution and all-cause mortality in a sample of older us veterans. modeling platform for adverse outcome pathways of male reproductive and developmental processes. & medicinebookshelfdatabase of genotypes and phenotypes (dbgap)genetic testing registryinfluenza virusmap vieweronline mendelian inheritance in man (omim)pubmedpubmed central (pmc)pubmed clinical queriesrefseqgeneall genetics & medicine resources. of bile duct litigation and anti-biotic decontamination of the rat gi tract on survival time. between exposure to diesel exhaust particles and glutathione in epithelial lining fluid of the lung in glutathione-deficient mice. literacy and language barriers to improve safety knowledge of washington state dairy farm workers. estimated contributions of ambient and nonambient particulate matter to indoor concentrations and personal exposures. and analysis of mutagenicity in complex mixtures using the combined ames/tlc assay. of wildland firefighters: analysis of methoxyphenols as viable urinary biomarkers of wood smoke exposure. inhibits muscarinic receptor-stimulated phosphoinositide metabolism and calcium mobilization in rat primary cortical cultures. arsenic and lead levels in an agricultural community with a history of lead arsenate use. of methylmercury on the cell cycle of mouse fibroblasts of different p21 and p53 genotypes. and hypertension awareness, washington state behavioral risk factor surveillance system 2003, 2005, 2007, and 2009. coupled plasma - mass spectrometry (icp/ms) as an alternative method of measuring long-lived radionuclides in environmental and biological materials. for questions about campus-wide emergency preparedness and management planning or training, contact assistant director of emergency management, james lapolla via email or contact by phone at 862-1427. 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