William S. Baldwin

University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX, United States 
Molecular Biology, Environmental Engineering, Microbiology Biology
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Baldwin WS, Bain LJ, Di Giulio R, et al. (2020) 20th Pollutant Responses in Marine Organisms (PRIMO 20): Global issues and fundamental mechanisms caused by pollutant stress in marine and freshwater organisms. Aquatic Toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 227: 105620
Baldwin WS, Bain LJ. (2020) PRIMO 20 - 20th international symposium of pollutant responses in Marine Organisms: Key issues and mechanisms in marine and freshwater toxicology. Marine Environmental Research. 162: 105111
Sengupta N, Gerard PD, Baldwin WS. (2015) Perturbations in polar lipids, starvation survival and reproduction following exposure to unsaturated fatty acids or environmental toxicants in Daphnia magna. Chemosphere. 144: 2302-2311
Sengupta N, Litoff EJ, Baldwin WS. (2015) The HR96 activator, atrazine, reduces sensitivity of D. magna to triclosan and DHA. Chemosphere. 128: 299-306
Ginjupalli GK, Gerard PD, Baldwin WS. (2015) Arachidonic acid enhances reproduction in Daphnia magna and mitigates changes in sex ratios induced by pyriproxyfen. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry / Setac. 34: 527-35
Elraghy O, Baldwin WS. (2015) Repression of multiple CYP2D genes in mouse primary hepatocytes with a single siRNA construct. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. Animal. 51: 9-14
Litoff EJ, Garriott TE, Ginjupalli GK, et al. (2014) Annotation of the Daphnia magna nuclear receptors: comparison to Daphnia pulex. Gene. 552: 116-25
Li Y, Ginjupalli GK, Baldwin WS. (2014) The HR97 (NR1L) group of nuclear receptors: a new group of nuclear receptors discovered in Daphnia species. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 206: 30-42
Ginjupalli GK, Baldwin WS. (2013) The time- and age-dependent effects of the juvenile hormone analog pesticide, pyriproxyfen on Daphnia magna reproduction. Chemosphere. 92: 1260-6
Karimullina E, Li Y, Ginjupalli GK, et al. (2012) Daphnia HR96 is a promiscuous xenobiotic and endobiotic nuclear receptor. Aquatic Toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 116: 69-78
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