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Publications by TCEQ Toxicologists

A bibliography of papers by TCEQ toxicologists that have appeared in scientific journals.
  1. Capobianco, T., S.M. Hildebrand, M. Honeycutt, J.S. Lee, D. McCant, and R.L. Grant. 2013. Impact of three interactive Texas state regulatory programs to decrease ambient air toxic Levels. J Air Waste Management Association 63(5): 507–20.
  2. Erraguntla, N.K. and R.L. Grant. 2015. Health- and vegetative-based effect screening values for ethylene. Chemico-Biological Interactions. Available online 26 February 2015.
  3. Erraguntla, N.K., R.L. Sielken, C. Valdez-Flores, and R.L. Grant. 2012. An updated inhalation unit risk factor for arsenic and inorganic arsenic compounds based on a combined analysis of epidemiology studies. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 64: 329–41.
  4. Ethridge, S., Bredfeldt, T., Sheedy, K., Shirley, S., Lopez, G., and M. Honeycutt. 2015. The Barnett Shale: From problem formulation to risk management. Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources 11: 95-110.
  5. Goldstein, B.D., B.W. Brooks, S.D. Cohen, A.E. Gates, M.E. Honeycutt, J.B. Morris, T.M. Penning, J. Orme-Zavalets, and J. Snawder. 2014. The role of toxicological sciences in meeting the challenges and opportunities of hydraulic fracturing. Toxicological Sciences 139(2): 271–83
  6. Goodman J.E., Sax S.N., Lange S., and L.R. Rhomberg. 2015. Are the elements of the proposed ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards informed by the best available science? Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 72(1): 134–40.
  7. Grant, R.L., D. Morrill, D. Manis, A. Tachovsky, and L.C. Haws. 2000. The Texas combustion project: Review of trial burn/risk burn plans and reports. Proceedings of the Incineration and Thermal Treatment Technologies Conference (IT3 Conference).
  8. Grant, R.L., R.J. Rodriguez, C.S. Hofelt and L.C. Haws. 2002. Shortcomings in USEPA approach for predicting risk due to consumption of animal food products impacted by air emissions from hazardous waste combustion facilities: A case study involving phthalates, Human & Ecological Risk Assess. 8: 1137–54.
  9. Grant, R.L., V. Leopold, D. McCant, and M. Honeycutt, 2007. Spatial and temporal trend evaluation of ambient concentrations of 1,3-butadiene and chloroprene in Texas. Chemico-Biological Interactions 166: 44–51.
  10. Grant, R.L., B.J. Kadlubar, N.K. Erraguntla, and M. Honeycutt. 2007. Evaluation of acute inhalation toxicity for chemicals with limited toxicity information. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 47: 261–73.
  11. Grant, R.L., J. Haney, A.L. Curry, and M. Honeycutt. 2009. Development of a unit risk factor for 1,3-butadiene based on an updated carcinogenic toxicity assessment. Risk Analysis 29: 1726–42.
  12. Grant, R.L., J. Haney, A.L. Curry, and M. Honeycutt. 2010. A chronic reference value for 1,3-butadiene based on an updated noncancer toxicity assessment. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 13: 460–75.
  13. Grant, R.L., A.F. Jenkins. 2015: Use of In Vivo and In Vitro Data to Derive a Chronic Reference Value for Crotonaldehyde Based on Relative Potency to Acrolein, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, DOI: 10.1080/10937404.2015.1081574.
  14. Haney, J.T. 2015a. Use of dose-dependent absorption into target tissues to more accurately predict cancer risk at low oral doses of hexavalent chromium. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 71: 93-100.
  15. Haney, J.T. 2015b. Implications of dose-dependent target tissue absorption for linear and non-linear/threshold approaches in development of a cancer-based oral toxicity factor for hexavalent chromium. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 72: 194-201.
  16. Haney, J.T., 2015c. Consideration of non-linear, non-threshold and threshold approaches for assessing the carcinogenicity of oral exposure to hexavalent chromium. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 73: 834-852.
  17. Haney, J.T., T. Phillips, R.L. Sielken, and C. Valdez-Flores. 2015. Development of an inhalation unit risk factor for isoprene. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 73: 712-725.
  18. Haney, J.T., N. Erraguntla, R.L. Sielken, et al. 2012. Development of a cancer-based chronic inhalation reference value for hexavalent chromium based on a nonlinear-threshold carcinogenic assessment. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 64: 466–80.
  19. Haney, J.T., N. Erraguntla, R.L. Sielken, et al. 2014. Development of an inhalation unit risk factor for hexavalent chromium. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 68: 201–11.
  20. Haney, J.T., D. McCant, R.L. Sielken, C. Valdez-Flores, and R.L. Grant. 2012.Development of a unit risk factor for nickel and inorganic nickel compounds based on an updated carcinogenic toxicity assessment. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 62: 191–01.
  21. Hofelt, C.S., M. Honeycutt, J.T. McCoy, and L.C. Haws. 2001. Development of a metabolism factor for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for use in multipathway risk assessments of hazardous waste combustion facilities. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 33(1): 60–65.
  22. Kirman, C.R., and R.L. Grant. 2012. Quantitative human health risk assessment for 1,3-butadiene based upon ovarian effects in rodents. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 62: 371–84.
  23. Myers, J.L. 2016. Development of an inhalation unit risk factor for ethylene dichloride. Inhalation Toxicology 28(9): 403–409.
  24. Myers, J.L., Phillips, T., and R.L. Grant. 2015. Emissions and ambient air monitoring trends of lower olefins across Texas from 2002 to 2012. Chemico-Biological Interactions. Available online 26 February 2015.
  25. Myers, J.L. and R.L. Grant. 2015. Development of a chronic inhalation reference value for hexamethylenediamine using an exposure model based on the dihydrochloride salt. Inhalation Toxicology 27(9): 440-449.
  26. Phillips, T.D., S.E. Ethridge, and R.L. Grant. 2011. Practical Implementation of the threshold of concern and NOAEL-to-LC50 ratio factor approach to determine acute effects screening levels. The Toxicologist, Tox. Sci. (Suppl. 2), 120: Abstract No. 1523.
  27. Phillips, T.D., R.L. Sielken, and C. Valdez-Flores. 2013. Development of a regulatory value for the carcinogenic potential of isoprene via inhalation exposure. The Toxicologist 132(1): Abstract No. 1565.
  28. Rhomberg, L., J. Goodman, L. Bailey, R. Prueitt, N. Beck, C. Bevin, M. Honeycutt, N. Kaminski, G. Paoli, L. Pottenger, R. Scherer, K. Wise, and R. Becker. 2013. A survey of frameworks for best practices in weight-of-evidence analyses. Critical Reviews in Toxicology 43(9):753–84.
  29. Shaw, B.W., Lange, S.S., and M.E. Honeycutt. 2015. “Lowering the Ozone Standard Will Not Measurably Improve Public Health.” Environmental Manager, May issue, pp. 26-31.

 

updated June 16, 2016