The US EPA workshop on research and risk assessment for arsenic
Workshop overview: Arsenic research and risk assessment
Arsenic, internal cancers, and issues in inference from studies of low-level exposures in human populations
Arsenic-induced bladder cancer in an animal model
Chronic arsenic exposure increases TGFalpha concentration in bladder urothelial cells of Mexican populations environmentally exposed to inorganic arsenic
Transplacental arsenic carcinogenesis in mice
Insights into the carcinogenic mode of action of arsenic
Further evidence against a direct genotoxic mode of action for arsenic-induced cancer
Arsenic and diabetes and hypertension in human populations: A review
Examination of the effects of arsenic on glucose homeostasis in cell culture and animal studies: Development of a mouse model for arsenic-induced diabetes
A review of the epidemiologic literature on the role of environmental arsenic exposure and cardiovascular diseases
Low level arsenic promotes progressive inflammatory angiogenesis and liver blood vessel remodeling in mice
Drinking water arsenic exposure and blood pressure in healthy women of reproductive age in Inner Mongolia, China
A review and rationale for studying the cardiovascular effects of drinking water arsenic in women of reproductive age
Residential exposure to drinking water arsenic in Inner Mongolia, China
Bioaccessibility and excretion of arsenic in Niu Huang Jie Du Pian pills
Molecular processes in cellular arsenic metabolism
Thio-dimethylarsinate is a common metabolite in urine samples from arsenic-exposed women in Bangladesh
Developmental and genetic modulation of arsenic biotransformation: A gene by environment interaction?
Research toward the development of a biologically based dose response assessment for inorganic arsenic carcinogenicity: A progress report
Research approaches to address uncertainties in the risk assessment of arsenic in drinking water