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2014
E. F. O'Donnell, Koch, D. C., Bisson, W. H., Jang, H. S., and Kolluri, S., The aryl hydrocarbon receptor mediates raloxifene-induced apoptosis in estrogen receptor-negative hepatoma and breast cancer cells, Cell death & disease, vol. 5, p. e1038, 2014.
T. Wang, Bisson, W. H., Mäser, P., Scapozza, L., and Picard, D., Differences in conformational dynamics between Plasmodium falciparum and human Hsp90 orthologues enable the structure-based discovery of pathogen-selective inhibitors, Journal of medicinal chemistry, vol. 57, pp. 2524–2535, 2014.
Y. Kang, Nian, H., Rajendran, P., Kim, E., Dashwood, W. M., Pinto, J. T., Boardman, L. A., Thibodeau, S. N., Limburg, P. J., Löhr, C. V., and Bisson, W. H., HDAC8 and STAT3 repress BMF gene activity in colon cancer cells, Cell death & disease, vol. 5, p. e1476, 2014.
C. V. Gerlach, Das, S. R., Volz, D. C., Bisson, W. H., Kolluri, S. K., and Tanguay, R. L., Mono-substituted isopropylated triaryl phosphate, a major component of Firemaster 550, is an AHR agonist that exhibits AHR-independent cardiotoxicity in zebrafish., Aquat Toxicol, vol. 154, pp. 71-9, 2014.
C. V. Gerlach, Das, S. R., Volz, D. C., Bisson, W. H., Kolluri, S., and Tanguay, R., Mono-substituted isopropylated triaryl phosphate, a major component of Firemaster 550, is an AHR agonist that exhibits AHR-independent cardiotoxicity in zebrafish, Aquatic Toxicology, vol. 154, pp. 71–79, 2014.
C. V. Gerlach, Das, S. R., Volz, D. C., Bisson, W. H., Kolluri, S., and Tanguay, R. L., Mono-substituted isopropylated triaryl phosphate, a major component of Firemaster 550, is an AHR agonist that exhibits AHR-independent cardiotoxicity in zebrafish, Aquatic Toxicology, vol. 154, pp. 71 - 79, 2014.
A. Perkins, Phillips, J. Lynne, Kerkvliet, N., Tanguay, R., Perdew, G., Kolluri, S., and Bisson, W. H., A Structural Switch between Agonist and Antagonist Bound Conformations for a Ligand-Optimized Model of the Human Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Ligand Binding Domain, Biology, vol. 399, no. 4, pp. 645 - 669, 2014.
A. Perkins, Phillips, J. Lynne, Kerkvliet, N. I., Tanguay, R. L., Perdew, G. H., Kolluri, S. K., and Bisson, W. H., A Structural Switch between Agonist and Antagonist Bound Conformations for a Ligand-Optimized Model of the Human Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Ligand Binding Domain., Biology (Basel), vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 645-69, 2014.
A. Perkins, Phillips, J. Lynne, Kerkvliet, N. I., Tanguay, R., Perdew, G. H., Kolluri, S., and Bisson, W. H., A structural switch between agonist and antagonist bound conformations for a ligand-optimized model of the human aryl hydrocarbon receptor ligand binding domain, Biology, vol. 3, pp. 645–669, 2014.
S. Tardy, Orsato, A., Mologni, L., Bisson, W. H., Donadoni, C., Gambacorti-Passerini, C., Scapozza, L., Gueyrard, D., and Goekjian, P. G., Synthesis and biological evaluation of benzo [4, 5] imidazo [1, 2-c] pyrimidine and benzo [4, 5] imidazo [1, 2-a] pyrazine derivatives as anaplastic lymphoma kinase inhibitors, Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry, vol. 22, pp. 1303–1312, 2014.
2015
T. D. Hubbard, Murray, I. A., Bisson, W. H., Lahoti, T. S., Gowda, K., Amin, S. G., Patterson, A. D., and Perdew, G. H., Adaptation of the human aryl hydrocarbon receptor to sense microbiota-derived indoles, Scientific reports, vol. 5, 2015.
D. C. Koch, Jang, H. S., O'Donnell, E. F., Punj, S., Kopparapu, P. R., Bisson, W. H., Kerkvliet, N. I., and Kolluri, S., Anti-androgen flutamide suppresses hepatocellular carcinoma cell proliferation via the aryl hydrocarbon receptor mediated induction of transforming growth factor-β1., Oncogene, 2015.
Z. Hu, Brooks, S. A., Dormoy, V., Hsu, C. - W., Hsu, H. - Y., Lin, L. - T., Massfelder, T., W Rathmell, K., Xia, M., Al-Mulla, F., and Bisson, W. H., Assessing the carcinogenic potential of low-dose exposures to chemical mixtures in the environment: focus on the cancer hallmark of tumor angiogenesis, Carcinogenesis, vol. 36, pp. S184–S202, 2015.
W. H. Goodson, Lowe, L., Carpenter, D. O., Gilbertson, M., Ali, A. Manaf, Salsamendi, A. Lopez de C., Lasfar, A., Carnero, A., Azqueta, A., Amedei, A., and Bisson, W. H., Assessing the carcinogenic potential of low-dose exposures to chemical mixtures in the environment: the challenge ahead, Carcinogenesis, vol. 36, pp. S254–S296, 2015.
S. A. S. Langie, Koppen, G., Desaulniers, D., Al-Mulla, F., Al-Temaimi, R., Amedei, A., Azqueta, A., Bisson, W. H., Brown, D., Brunborg, G., and , Causes of genome instability: the effect of low dose chemical exposures in modern society, Carcinogenesis, vol. 36, pp. S61–S88, 2015.
J. Kravchenko, Corsini, E., Williams, M. A., Decker, W., Manjili, M. H., Otsuki, T., Singh, N., Al-Mulla, F., Al-Temaimi, R., Amedei, A., and Bisson, W. H., Chemical compounds from anthropogenic environment and immune evasion mechanisms: potential interactions, Carcinogenesis, p. bgv033, 2015.
A. Carnero, Blanco-Aparicio, C., Kondoh, H., Lleonart, M. E., Martinez-Leal, J. Fernando, Mondello, C., A Scovassi, I., Bisson, W. H., Amedei, A., Roy, R., and Bisson, W. H., Disruptive chemicals, senescence and immortality, Carcinogenesis, vol. 36, pp. S19–S37, 2015.

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