Human Health: 2008 Publications
Antizar-Ladislao, B. Environmental levels, toxicity and human exposure to tributyltin (TBT)-contaminated marine environment. A review. Environment International 34(2): 292-308, 2008.
Bergkvist, C., Oberg, M., Appelgren, M., Becker, W., Aune, M., Ankarberg, E.H., Berglund, M., and Hakansson, H. Exposure to dioxin-like pollutants via different food commodities in Swedish children and young adults. Food and Chemical Toxicology 46(11): 3360-3367, 2008.
Brustad, M., Sandanger, T.M., Nieboer, E., and Lund, E. When healthy food becomes polluted - implications for public health and dietary advice. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 10(4): 422-427, 2008.
Burger, J. and Gochfeld, M. Knowledge about fish consumption advisories: A risk communication failure within a university population. The Science of the Total Environment 390(2-3): 346-354, 2008.
Castro-González, M.I. and Méndez-Armenta, M. Heavy metals: Implications associated to fish consumption. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 26(3): 263-271, 2008.
Chen, C.Y., Serrell, N., Evers, D.C., Fleishman, B.J., Lambert, K.F., Weiss, J., Mason, R.P., and Bank, M.S. Meeting report: Methylmercury in marine ecosystems - From sources to seafood consumers. Environmental Health Perspectives 116(12): 1706-1712, 2008.
Choi, A.L. and Grandjean, P. Methylmercury exposure and health effects in humans. Environmental Chemistry 5(2): 112-120, 2008.
Davidson, P.W. et al. Neurodevelopmental effects of maternal nutritional status and exposure to methylmercury from eating fish during pregnancy. Neurotoxicology 29(5): 767-775, 2008.
Deeds, J.R., Landsberg, J.H., Etheridge, S.M., Pitcher, G.C., and Watt Longan, S. Non-traditional vectors for paralytic shellfish poisoning. Marine Drugs 6(2): 308-348, 2008.
Dewailly, E., Rouja, P., Dallaire, R., Pereg, D., Tucker, T., Ward, J., Weber, J.P., Maguire, J.S., and Julien, P. Balancing the risks and the benefits of local fish consumption in Bermuda. Food Additives and Contaminants: Part A 25(11): 1328-1338, 2008.
Dorea, J.G. Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances in fish: Human health considerations. The Science of the Total Environment 400(1-3): 93-114, 2008.
Falco, G., Llobet, J.M., Bocio, A., and Domingo, J.L. Exposure to hexachlorobenzene through fish and seafood consumption in Catalonia, Spain. The Science of the Total Environment 389(2-3): 289-295, 2008.
Friedman, M.A. et al. Ciguatera fish poisoning: treatment, prevention and management. Marine Drugs 6(3): 456-479, 2008.
Funari, E. and Testai, E. Human health risk assessment related to cyanotoxins exposure. Critical Reviews in Toxicology 38(2): 97-125, 2008.
Gantar, M. and Svircev, Z. Microalgae and cyanobacteria: Food for thought. Journal of Phycology 44(2): 260-268, 2008.
Gatti, C., Oelher, E., and Legrand, A.M. Severe seafood poisoning in French Polynesia: A retrospective analysis of 129 medical files. Toxicon 51(5): 746-753, 2008.
Hartz, A., Cuvelier, M., Nowosielski, K., Bonilla, T.D., Green, M., Esiobu, N., McCorquodale, D.S., and Rogerson, A. Survival potential of Escherichia coli and enterococci in subtropical beach sand: Implications for water quality managers. Journal of Environmental Quality 37(3): 898-905, 2008.
Herreros, M.A., Inigo-Nunez, S., Sanchez-Perez, E., Encinas, T., and Gonzalez-Bulnes, A. Contribution of fish consumption to heavy metals exposure in women of childbearing age from a Mediterranean country (Spain). Food and Chemical Toxicology 46(5): 1591-1595, 2008.
Hughner, R.S., Maher, J.K., and Childs, N.M. Review of food policy and consumer issues of mercury in fish. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 27(2): 185-194, 2008.
Kakimoto, K., Akutsu, K., Konishi, Y., and Tanaka, Y. Evaluation of hexabromocyclododecane in fish and marine mammal oil supplements. Food Chemistry 107(4): 1724-1727, 2008.
Kirkpatrick, B., Currier, R., Nierenberg, K., Reich, A., Backer, L.C., Stumpf, R., Fleming, L., and Kirkpatrick, G. Florida red tide and human health: A pilot beach conditions reporting system to minimize human exposure. The Science of the Total Environment 402(1): 1-8, 2008.
Laurent, D., Kerbrat, A.S., Darius, H.T., Girard, E., Golubic, S., Benoit, E., Sauviat, M.P., Chinain, M., Molgo, J., and Pauillac, S. Are cyanobacteria involved in Ciguatera Fish Poisoning-like outbreaks in New Caledonia? Harmful Algae 7(6): 827-838, 2008.
Leal, D.A.G., Pereira, M.A., Franco, R.M.B., Branco, N., and Neto, R.C. First report of Cryptosporidium spp. oocysts in oysters (Crassostrea rhizophorae) and cockles (Tivela mactroides) in Brazil. Journal of Water and Health 6(4): 527-532, 2008.
Leblond, C., Mephara, J., and Sauve, S. Trace metals (Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Hg, Ni, Pb, and Zn) in food supplements of marine origin. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 14(2): 408-420, 2008.
Mahaffey, K.R., Clickner, R.P., and Jeffries, R.A. Methylmercury and omega-3 fatty acids: Co-occurrence of dietary sources with emphasis on fish and shellfish. Environmental Research 107(1): 20-29, 2008.
Manerio, E., Rodas, V.L., Costas, E., and Martinez-Hernandez, J. Shellfish consumption: A major risk factor for colorectal cancer. Medical Hypotheses 70(2): 409-412, 2008.
Mariottini, G.L., Giacco, E., and Pane, L. The mauve stinger Pelagia noctiluca (Forsskål, 1775). Distribution, ecology, toxicity and epidemiology of stings. A review. Marine Drugs 6(3): 496-513, 2008.
Marti-Cid, R., Llobet, J.M., Castell, V., and Domingo, J.L. Human exposure to polychlorinated naphthalenes and polychlorinated diphenyl ethers from foods in Catalonia, Spain: Temporal trend. Environmental Science and Technology 42(11): 4195-4201, 2008.
Newland, M.C., Paletz, E.M., and Reed, M.N. Methylmercury and nutrition: Adult effects of fetal exposure in experimental models. Neurotoxicology 29(5): 783-801, 2008.
Noguchi, T. and Arakawa, O. Tetrodotoxin - distribution and accumulation in aquatic organisms, and cases of human intoxication. Marine Drugs 6(2): 220-242, 2008.
Oken, E., Radesky, J.S., Wright, R.O., Bellinger, D.C., Amarasiriwardena, C.J., Kleinman, K.P., Hu, H., and Gillman, M.W. Maternal fish intake during pregnancy, blood mercury levels, and child cognition at age 3 years in a US cohort. American Journal of Epidemiology 167(10): 1171-1181, 2008.
Paz, B., Daranas, A.H., Norte, M., Riobó, P., Franco, J.M., and Fernández, J.J. Yessotoxins, a group of marine polyether toxins: an overview. Marine Drugs 6(2): 73-102, 2008.
Pulido, O.M. Domoic acid toxicologic pathology: a review. Marine Drugs 6(2): 180-219, 2008.
Rice, D.C. Overview of modifiers of methylmercury neurotoxicity: Chemicals, nutrients, and the social environment. Neurotoxicology 29(5): 761-766, 2008.
Richards, G.P., Watson, M.A., Crane, E.J., Burt, I.G., and Bushek, D. Shewanella and Photobacterium spp. in oysters and seawater from the Delaware Bay. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74(11): 3323-3327, 2008.
Sagiv, S.K., Nugent, J.K., Brazelton, T.B., Choi, A.L., Tolbert, P.E., Altshul, L.M., and Korrick, S.A. Prenatal organochlorine exposure and measures of behavior in infancy using the neonatal behavioral assessment scale (NBAS). Environmental Health Perspectives 116(5): 666-673, 2008.
Schecter, A., Harris, T.R., Shah, N., Musurnbal, A., and Papke, O. Brominated flame retardants in US food. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 52(2): 266-272, 2008.
Scherer, A.C., Tsuchiya, A., Younglove, L.R., Burbacher, T.M., and Faustman, E.M. Comparative analysis of state fish consumption advisories targeting sensitive populations. Environmental Health Perspectives 116(12): 1598-1606, 2008.
Shaw, S.D., Berger, M.L., Brenner, D., Carpenter, D.O., Tao, L., Hong, C.S., and Kannan, K. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in farmed and wild salmon marketed in the Northeastern United States. Chemosphere 71(8): 1422-1431, 2008.
Sioen, I., Van Camp, J., Verdonck, F., Verbeke, W., Vanhonacker, F., Willems, J., and De Henauw, S. Probabilistic intake assessment of multiple compounds as a tool to quantify the nutritional-toxicological conflict related to seafood consumption. Chemosphere 71(6): 1056-1066, 2008.
Stone, D.L., Harding, A.K., Hope, B.K., and Slaughter-Mason, S. Exposure assessment and risk of gastrointestinal illness among surfers. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A 71(24): 1603-1615, 2008.
Storelli, M.M. Potential human health risks from metals (Hg, Cd, and Pb) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) via seafood consumption: Estimation of target hazard quotients (THQs) and toxic equivalents (TEQs). Food and Chemical Toxicology 46(8): 2782-2788, 2008.
Strain, J.J. et al. Associations of maternal long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, methyl mercury, and infant development in the Seychelles Child Development Nutrition Study. Neurotoxicology 29(5): 776-782, 2008.
Tsuchiya, A., Hinners, T. A., Burbacher, T. M., Faustman, E. M., and Marien, K. Mercury exposure from fish consumption within the Japanese and Korean communities. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A 71(15): 1019-1031, 2008.
Turbow, D.J., Kent, E.E., and Jiang, S.C. Web-based investigation of water associated illness in marine bathers. Environmental Research 106(1): 101-109, 2008.
Turyk, M.E., Persky, V.W., Imm, P., Knobeloch, L., Chatterton, R., and Anderson, H.A. Hormone disruption by PBDEs in adult male sport fish consumers. Environmental Health Perspectives 116(12): 1635-1641, 2008.
Twiner, M.J., Rehmann, N., Hess, P., and Doucette, G.J. Azaspiracid shellfish poisoning: a review on the chemistry, ecology, and toxicology with an emphasis on human health impacts. Marine Drugs 6(2): 39-72, 2008.
Verger, P., Khalfi, N., Roy, C., Blanchemanche, S., Marette, S., and Roosen, J. Balancing the risk of dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and the benefit of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids of the n-3 variety for French fish consumers in western coastal areas. Food Additives and Contaminants 25(6): 765-771, 2008.
Watkins, S.M., Reich, A., Fleming, L.E., and Hammond, R. Neurotoxic shellfish poisoning. Marine Drugs 6(3): 431-455, 2008.
Weaver, K.L., Ivester, P., Chilton, J.A., Wilson, M.D., Pandey, P., and Chilton, F.H. The content of favorable and unfavorable polyunsaturated fatty acids found in commonly eaten fish. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 108(7): 1178-1185, 2008.
Wigle, D.T., Arbuckle, T.E., Turner, M.C., Berube, A., Yang, Q.Y., Liu, S.L., and Krewski, D. Epidemiologic evidence of relationships between reproductive and child health outcomes and environmental chemical contaminants. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part B 11(5-6): 373-517, 2008.