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  1. Evaluation of cytokine expression in BEAS cells exposed to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) from specialized indoor environments (2011).
  2. Use of human bronchial epithelial cells (BEAS-2B) to study immunological markers resulting from exposure to PM2.5 organic extract from Puerto Rico (2010).
  3. Role of chemical and biological constituents of PM10 from Saharan Dust in the exacerbation of asthma in Puerto Rico (2010).
  4. Characterization of African Dust (PM2.5) across the Atlantic Ocean during AEROSE 2004 (2009).
  5. A influencia das tempestades de poeira provenientes da Africa na composicao quimica e biologica do material particulado no Caribe (2009).
  6. Particulate Matter (PM10 and PM2.5) From Different Areas Of Puerto Rico (2007).
  7. A pilot study to determine mercury exposure through vapor and bound to PM10 in a dental school environment (2007).
  8. Organic And Aqueous Extracts From Particulate Matter (PM2.5) And Their Effects On The Immunological Response Of Beas Cells (2006).
  9. Toxicity and metal content of organic solvent extracts from airborne particulate matter in Puerto Rico (2006).
  10. Concentrations of Ni and V, other heavy metals, arsenic, elemental and organic carbon in atmospheric fine particles (PM2.5) from Puerto Rico (2006).
  11. Concentration Of Trace Elements In Airborne PM10 From Jobos Bay National Estuary, Puerto Rico (2006).
  12. Trace metals in sediments of two estuarine lagoons from Puerto Rico (2006).
  13. In Vitro Bioaccessibility of Metals in Soils from a Superfund Site in Puerto Rico (2003).
  14. Ectopic expression of MHC class II genes (RT1.B(I) ▀/a) in rat hepatocytes in vivo and in culture can be elicited by treatment with the pregnane X receptor agonists pregnenolone 16a-carbonitrile and dexamethasone (2002).
  15. Trace metals in striped mojarra fish (Diapterus plumieri) from Puerto Rico (2002).
  16. Identification by differential display of the IF1 inhibitor peptide of ATP synthase/ATPase as a gene inducible in rat liver by pregnenolone 16a-carbonitrile (2000).