|Perinatal and childhood exposure to cadmium, manganese, and metal mixtures and effects on cognition and behavior: a review of recent literature|
AP Sanders, B Claus Henn, RO Wright
Current environmental health reports 2 (3), 284-294, 2015
|Cadmium exposure and the epigenome: Exposure-associated patterns of DNA methylation in leukocytes from mother-baby pairs|
A Sanders, L Smeester, D Rojas, T DeBussycher, M Wu, F Wright, ...
Epigenetics 9 (2), 212-221, 2014
|Association between arsenic, cadmium, manganese, and lead levels in private wells and birth defects prevalence in North Carolina: a semi-ecologic study|
AP Sanders, TA Desrosiers, JL Warren, AH Herring, D Enright, AF Olshan, ...
BMC Public Health 14 (1), 1-12, 2014
|Arsenic in North Carolina: public health implications|
AP Sanders, KP Messier, M Shehee, K Rudo, ML Serre, RC Fry
Environment international 38 (1), 10-16, 2012
|Towards prenatal biomonitoring in North Carolina: assessing arsenic, cadmium, mercury, and lead levels in pregnant women|
AP Sanders, K Flood, S Chiang, AH Herring, L Wolf, RC Fry
PloS one 7 (3), e31354, 2012
|Combined exposure to lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic and kidney health in adolescents age 12–19 in NHANES 2009–2014|
AP Sanders, MJ Mazzella, AJ Malin, GM Hair, SA Busgang, JM Saland, ...
Environment international 131, 104993, 2019
|Second trimester extracellular microRNAs in maternal blood and fetal growth: an exploratory study|
RS Rodosthenous, HH Burris, AP Sanders, AC Just, AE Dereix, ...
Epigenetics 12 (9), 804-810, 2017
|Toxic metal levels in children residing in a smelting craft village in Vietnam: a pilot biomonitoring study|
AP Sanders, SK Miller, V Nguyen, JB Kotch, RC Fry
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-8, 2014
|microRNA expression in the cervix during pregnancy is associated with length of gestation|
AP Sanders, HH Burris, AC Just, V Motta, K Svensson, A Mercado-Garcia, ...
Epigenetics 10 (3), 221-228, 2015
|Electron partitioning during light-and nutrient-powered hydrogen production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides|
LS Yilmaz, WS Kontur, AP Sanders, U Sohmen, TJ Donohue, ...
BioEnergy Research 3 (1), 55-66, 2010
|Fluoride exposure and kidney and liver function among adolescents in the United States: NHANES, 2013–2016|
AJ Malin, C Lesseur, SA Busgang, P Curtin, RO Wright, AP Sanders
Environment international 132, 105012, 2019
|Prenatal metal concentrations and childhood cardio-metabolic risk using Bayesian Kernel Machine Regression to assess mixture and interaction effects.|
A Kupsco, MA Kioumourtzoglou, AC Just, C Amarasiriwardena, ...
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 30 (2), 263, 2019
|Maternal residential exposure to agricultural pesticides and birth defects in a 2003 to 2005 North Carolina birth cohort|
KM Rappazzo, JL Warren, RE Meyer, AH Herring, AP Sanders, ...
Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 106 (4 …, 2016
|Altered miRNA expression in the cervix during pregnancy associated with lead and mercury exposure|
AP Sanders, HH Burris, AC Just, V Motta, C Amarasiriwardena, ...
Epigenomics 7 (6), 885-896, 2015
|Perinatal and childhood exposure to environmental chemicals and blood pressure in children: a review of literature 2007–2017|
AP Sanders, JM Saland, RO Wright, L Satlin
Pediatric research 84 (2), 165-180, 2018
|Systems biology and birth defects prevention: blockade of the glucocorticoid receptor prevents arsenic-induced birth defects|
BK Ahir, AP Sanders, JE Rager, RC Fry
Environmental health perspectives 121 (3), 332-338, 2013
|Environmental exposures and pediatric kidney function and disease: A systematic review|
LY Zheng, AP Sanders, JM Saland, RO Wright, M Arora
Environmental research 158, 625-648, 2017
|Toxic metals and chronic kidney disease: a systematic review of recent literature|
EC Moody, SG Coca, AP Sanders
Current environmental health reports 5 (4), 453-463, 2018
|Prenatal lead exposure modifies the effect of shorter gestation on increased blood pressure in children|
AP Sanders, K Svensson, C Gennings, HH Burris, E Oken, ...
Environment international 120, 464-471, 2018
|Identifying critical windows of prenatal particulate matter (PM2. 5) exposure and early childhood blood pressure|
MJ Rosa, GM Hair, AC Just, I Kloog, K Svensson, ML Pizano-Zárate, ...
Environmental research 182, 109073, 2020