The Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Department Faculty Research Publications consist of reprints, offprints, and photocopies of journal articles written by department faculty and graduate student researchers. Many of the studies were conducted prior to the formation of the Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Department by faculty in the Food Science and Technology Department, Marine Freshwater Biomedical Center, and the Agricultural Chemistry Department. The topics addressed in these papers include the cancer chemoprevention effects of chlorophyllin in rainbow trout, zebrafish as a model for toxicological pathology research, the impact of dietary exposure to indole-3-carbinol, studies in mammalian flavin-containing mono-oxygenases, and hepatocarcinogenesis induced by aflatoxin B1.
Several of the papers were written by emeritus faculty George Bailey, Donald Buhler, and Jerry Hendricks. Other researchers whose work is represented in the collection include William Baird, Marita Barth, Robert Becker, Vibeke Breinholt, David Carlson, John Casteel, Yung-Jin Chang, Roger Coulombe, Roderick Dashwood, T.A. Eisele, A.T. Fong, Douglas Goeger, Diana Greene, Ulrich Harttig, Sharon Krueger, Shelley Larsen-Su, L.M. Libbey, Patricia Loveland, Koenraad Marien, Sarah Martin, Catherine Mathews, Theodore Meyers, Cristobal Miranda, Richard Moyer, Joseph Nixon, Gayle Orner, Norman Pawlowski, Cliff Pereira, Ashok Reddy, Daniel Selivonchick, Dennis Shelton, A.D. Shilling, Lisbeth Siddens, Russell Sinnhuber, Jan Spitsbergen, N. Takahashi, Matthew Taylor, Kensal Van Holde, J.L. Wang, Janet Wilcox, David Williams, and Mei-Fei Yueh.