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Yaghoobi, B., G.W. Miller, E.B. Holland, X. Li, D. Harvey, S. Li, H.J. Lehmler, I.N. Pessah, and P.J. Lein, P. J. (2022). Ryanodine receptor-active non-dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls cause neurobehavioral deficits in larval zebrafish. Frontiers in Toxicology, 4:947795


K.M. Jeffries, J.D. Jeffrey, and E. B. Holland. 2022.  Applied aspects of gene function for conservation of fishes. Chp. 8. Conservation Physiology for the Anthropocene-A Systems Approach.  Fish Physiology Vol. 39A.

Stinson, S.A., S. Hasenbein1, R.E. Connon, X. Deng, J.S. Alejo, S.P. Lawler4 and E.B. Holland. 2021. Agricultural surface water contaminants, imidacloprid and chlorantraniliprole, result in altered gene expression and receptor activation in Pimephales promelas. Science of The Total Environment, 806, 150920.


Holland, E.B. and I. N. Pessah. 2021. Non-Dioxin-Like Polychlorinated Biphenyl Neurotoxic Equivalents Found in Environmental and Human Samples. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology. 120:104842. 

Primpke, S., (in alphabetical order here after), S. H. Christiansen, Win Cowger, H. de Frond, A. Deshpande, M. Fischer, E. B. Holland, M.Meyns, B. A. O’Donnell, B. E. Oßmann, M.Pittroff13, G.Sarau, B. M. Scholz-Böttcher, K. J. Wiggin. 2020. Critical Assessment of Analytical Methods for the Harmonized and Cost-Efficient Analysis of Microplastics. In press, Applied Spectroscopy. 74 (9): 1012-1047.

Granek, E. F., S. M. Brander, E. B. Holland. 2020. Microplastics in aquatic organisms: Improving understanding and identifying research directions for the next decade. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 5(1):1-4.

Barraza, A.D., L. M. Komoroske, C. D. Allen, T. Eguchi, R. Gossett, E. B. Holland, D. D. Lawson, R.A. LeRoux, V. Lorenzi, Jeffrey A. Seminoff, C. G. Lowe. 2020. Persistent organic pollutants in green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) inhabiting two urbanized Southern California habitats. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 153: 110979.

R. E Connon, S. Hasenbein, S. M. Brander, H. C. Poynton, E. B. Holland (+24) et al. 2019. Review of and Recommendations for Monitoring Contaminants and their Effects in the San Francisco Bay− Delta. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 17 (4) Article 2.

S. Hasenbein, E. B. Holland, and Richard E. Connon. 2019. Eyes to the Future: Approaches To Assess Pesticide Impact on Surface Waters in a Changing Climate. Pesticides in Surface Water: Monitoring, Modeling, Risk Assessment, and Management.  p. 189-214.

 Wiggin, K. J. and E. B. Holland.  2019.  Validation and application of cost and time effective methods for the detection of 3–500 μm sized microplastics in the urban marine and estuarine environments surrounding Long Beach, California. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 143: p. 152-162.

Barraza, A. D., L. M. Komoroske, C. Allen, T. Eguchi, R. Gossett, E. B. Holland, D. D. Lawson, R. A. LeRoux, V. Lorenzi, J. A. Seminoff, C. G. Lowe.  2019.  Trace metals in green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) inhabiting the Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge and San Diego Bay. Chemosphere.  223 p.342-350

Li, X.,   E.B. Holland, W.Feng, I. N. Pessah and H.J. Lehmler.  2018.  Authentication of Synthetic Environmental Contaminants and their Biotransformation Products in Toxicology: Polychlorinated Biphenyls as an Example.   Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 25(17):16508-16521.


Holland, E.B., J.V. Goldstone, I.N. Pessah, A. Whitehead, N.M. Reid, S.I. Karchner, M.E. Hahn, D.E. Nacci, B.W. Clark, and J.J. Stegeman.  2017.  Ryanodine receptor and FK506 Binding Protein 1 in the Atlantic killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus): A phylogenetic and population-based comparison.  Aquatic Toxicology. 192 (2017): 105-115.


Holland. E.B., F. Wei, J. Zheng, Y. Dong,  X. Li, H.J. Lehmler, and I.N. Pessah. 2017.  An Extended Structure-Activity Relationship of Nondioxin-Like PCBs Evaluates and Supports Modeling Predictions and Identifies Picomolar Potency of PCB 202 Towards Ryanodine Receptors.  Toxicological Sciences 155(1) 70-181.


Ahn, K.C., A. Ranganathan, C.S. Bever, S.H. Hwang, E.B. Holland, K. Morisseau, I.N. Pessah, B.D. Hammock and S. J. Gee. 2016. Detection of the Antimicrobial Triclosan in Environmental Samples by Immunoassay.  Environmental Science and Technology. 50 (7): 3754-3761.


A.D Bailes, E.B. Holland-Fritsch, and R.E Connon. 2015. Integration of ‘omics to large scale watershed assessments: A mixed government/academic perspective. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 34(4): 700-702.


E.B. Holland-Fritsch, J.J Stegeman, J.V. Goldstone, D.E. Nacci, D. Camplin, S. Jayaraman, R.E. Connon and I.N. Pessah. 2015. Expression and function of ryanodine receptor related pathways in PCB tolerant Atlantic killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) from New Bedford Harbor, MA, USA. Aquatic Toxicology.  159C:156-166


Hasenbein, M. I. Werner, L.A. Deanovic, J. Geist, E.B. Holland-Fritsch, A. Javidmehr, C. Foe, N.A Fangue, and R.E. Connon. 2014.  Transcriptomic profiling permits the identification of pollutant sources and effects in ambient water samples. Science of the Total Environment. 20: 688-698.


Holland-Fritsch, E.B. and I.N. Pessah. 2013.  Structure-activity relationship of non-coplanar polychlorinated biphenyls toward skeletal muscle ryanodine receptors in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquatic Toxicology. 140: 204-212.


Holland-Fritsch, E.B., R.E. Connan, S.Beggel, R.Hudson-Davies, W.Feng, I.Werner, and I.N. Pessah. 2013 Triclosan alters calcium signaling pathways and swimming behavior in fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas). Environmental Science & Technology.  47(4): 2008-2017.


Cherednichenko G., R. Zhang, R.A. Bannister, V. Timofeyev, N. Li, E.B. Holland-Fritsch, W. Feng, G.C. Barrientos1, B.D. Hammock, K.G. Beam, N. Chiamvimonvat, and I.N. Pessah. 2012.  Triclosan impairs excitation-contraction coupling and Ca2+ dynamics in striated muscle. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109(35):14158-14163.


Connon, R.E, L.A. Deanovic, E.B. Holland-Fritsch, L.S. D’Abronzo and I. Werner.  2011. Sublethal responses to ammonia exposure in the endangered delta smelt; Hypomesus transpacificus (Fam. Osmeridae). Aquatic Toxicology. 105(3-4):359-367.









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