Kinetic Phosphorescence Analyzers for trace level detection of Uranium & Lanthanides

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Methodological KPA Papers

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Selected Publications of Interest to KPA Users

1. Lovley, D. R.; Phillips, E. J. P.; Gorby, Y. A.; Landa, E. R., "Microbial Reduction of Uranium." Nature, 1991, 350, 413-416.

2. Brina, R.; Miller, A. G., "Direct Detection of Trace Levels of Uranium by Laser-Induced Kinetic Phosphorimetry." Analytical Chemistry, 1992, 64, 1413-1418.

3. Gorby, Y. A.; Lovley, D. R., "Enzymatic Uranium Precipitation." Environmental Science & Technology, 1992, 26, 205-207.

4. Hedaya, M. A.; Birkenfeld, H. P.; Kathren, R. L., "A sensitive method for the determination of uranium in biological samples utilizing kinetic phosphorescence analysis (KPA)." Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 1997, 15, 1157-1165.

5. Miller, A. C.; Blakely, W. F.; Livengood, D.; Whittaker, T.; Xu, J. Q.; Ejnik, J. W.; Hamilton, M. M.; Parlette, E.; St John, T.; Gerstenberg, H. M.; Hsu, H., "Transformation of human osteoblast cells to the tumorigenic phenotype by depleted uranium uranyl chloride." Environmental Health Perspectives, 1998, 106, 465-471.

6. McDiarmid, M. A.; Keogh, J. P.; Hooper, F. J.; McPhaul, K.; Squibb, K.; Kane, R.; DiPino, R.; Kabat, M.; Kaup, B.; Anderson, L.; Hoover, D.; Brown, L.; Hamilton, M.; Jacobson-Kram, D.; Burrows, B.; Walsh, M., "Health effects of depleted uranium on exposed Gulf War veterans." Environmental Research, 2000, 82, 168-180.

7. Anderson, R. T.; Vrionis, H. A.; Ortiz-Bernad, I.; Resch, C. T.; Long, P. E.; Dayvault, R.; Karp, K.; Marutzky, S.; Metzler, D. R.; Peacock, A.; White, D. C.; Lowe, M.; Lovley, D. R., "Stimulating the in situ activity of Geobacter species to remove uranium from the groundwater of a uranium-contaminated aquifer." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2003, 69, 5884-5891.

8. Marshall, M. J.; Beliaev, A. S.; Dohnalkova, A. C.; Kennedy, D. W.; Shi, L.; Wang, Z. M.; Boyanov, M. I.; Lai, B.; Kemner, K. M.; McLean, J. S.; Reed, S. B.; Culley, D. E.; Bailey, V. L.; Simonson, C. J.; Saffarini, D. A.; Romine, M. F.; Zachara, J. M.; Fredrickson, J. K., "c-Type cytochrome-dependent formation of U(IV) nanoparticles by Shewanella oneidensis." PLOS Biology, 2006, 4, 1324-1333.

9. Raymond-Whish, S.; Mayer, L. P.; O'Neal, T.; Martinez, A.; Sellers, M. A.; Christian, P. J.; Marion, S. L.; Begay, C.; Propper, C. R.; Hoyer, P. B.; Dyer, C. A., "Drinking water with uranium below the US EPA water standard causes estrogen receptor-dependent responses in female mice." Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007, 115, 1711-1716.

10. Hwang, C. C.; Wu, W. M.; Gentry, T. J.; Carley, J.; Corbin, G. A.; Carroll, S. L.; Watson, D. B.; Jardine, P. M.; Zhou, J. Z.; Criddle, C. S.; Fields, M. W., "Bacterial community succession during in situ uranium bioremediation: spatial similarities along controlled flow paths." ISME Journal, 2009, 3, 47-64.

Methodological KPA Papers

1. Brina, R.; Miller, A. G., "Direct Detection of Trace Levels of Uranium by Laser-Induced Kinetic Phosphorimetry." Analytical Chemistry, 1992, 64, 1413-1418.

2. Moore, L. L.; Williams, R. L., "A Rapid Method for Determining Nanogram Quantities of Uranium in Urine Using the Kinetic Phosphorescence Analyzer." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry-Articles, 1992, 156, 223-233.

3. Brina, R.; Miller, A. G., "Determination of Uranium And Lanthanides In Real-World Samples By Kinetic Phosphorescence Analysis, Spectroscopy." Spectroscopy, 1993, 8, 25-31.

4. Medley, D. W.; Kathren, R. L.; Miller, A. G., "Diurnal Urinary Volume and Uranium Output in Uranium Workers and Unexposed Controls." Health Physics, 1994, 67, 122-130.

5. Hedaya, M. A.; Birkenfeld, H. P.; Kathren, R. L., "A sensitive method for the determination of uranium in biological samples utilizing kinetic phosphorescence analysis (KPA)." Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 1997, 15, 1157-1165.

6. McDiarmid, M. A.; Hooper, F. J.; Squibb, K.; McPhaul, K., "The utility of spot collection for urinary uranium determinations in depleted uranium exposed Gulf War veterans." Health Physics, 1999, 77, 261-264.

7. Ejnik, J. W.; Hamilton, M. M.; Adams, P. R.; Carmichael, A. J., "Optimal sample preparation conditions for the determination of uranium in biological samples by kinetic phosphorescence analysis (KPA)." Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2000, 24, 227-235.

8. Elliston, J. T.; Glover, S. E.; Filby, R. H., "The determination of natural uranium in human tissues by recovery corrected kinetic phosphorescence analysis." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2001, 248, 487-491.

9. Elliston, J. T.; Glover, S. E.; Filby, R. H., "Comparison of direct kinetic phosphorescence analysis and recovery corrected kinetic phosphorescence analysis for the determination of natural uranium in human tissues." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2005, 263, 301-306.

10. Humaid, A. I.; Al-Marboui, R.; El-Mongy, S. A., "Destructive Assay of Uranium Concentration by Reliable Laser Induced Kinetic Phosphorimetry Analysis (KPA)." Journal of Nuclear and Radiation Physics, 2007, 2, 69-77.

Publications Featuring KPA

1. Lovley, D. R.; Phillips, E. J. P.; Gorby, Y. A.; Landa, E. R., "Microbial Reduction of Uranium." Nature, 1991, 350, 413-416.

2. Brina, R.; Miller, A. G., "Direct Detection of Trace Levels of Uranium by Laser-Induced Kinetic Phosphorimetry." Analytical Chemistry, 1992, 64, 1413-1418.

3. Caccavo, F.; Blakemore, R. P.; Lovley, D. R., "A Hydrogen-Oxidizing, Fe(III)-Reducing Microorganism from the Great Bay Estuary, New-Hampshire." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1992, 58, 3211-3216.

4. Gorby, Y. A.; Lovley, D. R., "Enzymatic Uranium Precipitation." Environmental Science & Technology, 1992, 26, 205-207.

5. Moore, L. L.; Williams, R. L., "A Rapid Method for Determining Nanogram Quantities of Uranium in Urine Using the Kinetic Phosphorescence Analyzer." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry-Articles, 1992, 156, 223-233.

6. Brina, R.; Miller, A. G., "Determination of Uranium And Lanthanides In Real-World Samples By Kinetic Phosphorescence Analysis, Spectroscopy." Spectroscopy, 1993, 8, 25-31.

7. Medley, D. W.; Kathren, R. L.; Miller, A. G., "Diurnal Urinary Volume and Uranium Output in Uranium Workers and Unexposed Controls." Health Physics, 1994, 67, 122-130.

8. Brina, R., "Uranium Removal From Contaminated Water By Enzymatic Reduction With Kinetic Phosphorimetry Detection." American Laboratory, 1995, 43-47.

9. Phillips, E. J. P.; Landa, E. R.; Lovley, D. R., "Remediation of Uranium Contaminated Soils with Bicarbonate Extraction and Microbial U(VI) Reduction." Journal of Industrial Microbiology, 1995, 14, 203-207.

10. Ganesh, R.; Robinson, K. G.; Reed, G. D.; Sayler, G. S., "Reduction of hexavalent uranium from organic complexes by sulfate- and iron-reducing bacteria." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1997, 63, 4385-4391.

11. Hedaya, M. A.; Birkenfeld, H. P.; Kathren, R. L., "A sensitive method for the determination of uranium in biological samples utilizing kinetic phosphorescence analysis (KPA)." Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 1997, 15, 1157-1165.

12. Rutz, E.; Valentine, J.; Eckart, R.; Yu, A., "Pilot study to determine levels of contamination in indoor dust resulting from contamination of soils." Journal of Soil Contamination, 1997, 6, 525-536.

13. Truex, M. J.; Peyton, B. M.; Valentine, N. B.; Gorby, Y. A., "Kinetics of U(VI) reduction by a dissimilatory Fe(III)-reducing bacterium under non-growth conditions." Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 1997, 55, 490-496.

14. Miller, A. C.; Blakely, W. F.; Livengood, D.; Whittaker, T.; Xu, J. Q.; Ejnik, J. W.; Hamilton, M. M.; Parlette, E.; St John, T.; Gerstenberg, H. M.; Hsu, H., "Transformation of human osteoblast cells to the tumorigenic phenotype by depleted uranium uranyl chloride." Environmental Health Perspectives, 1998, 106, 465-471.

15. Miller, A. C.; Fuciarelli, A. F.; Jackson, W. E.; Ejnik, E. J.; Emond, C.; Strocko, S.; Hogan, J.; Page, N.; Pellmar, T., "Urinary and serum mutagenicity studies with rats implanted with depleted uranium or tantalum pellets." Mutagenesis, 1998, 13, 643-648.

16. Pellmar, T. C.; Hogan, J. B.; Benson, K. A.; Landauer, M. R. Toxicological Evaluation of Depleted Uranium in Rats: Six-Month Evaluation Point; AFRRI Special Publication 98-1; Armed Forces Radiological Research Institute: Bethesda, MD, February, 1998.

17. Sowder, A. G.; Clark, S. B.; Fjeld, R. A., "The effect of sample matrix quenching on the measurement of trace uranium concentrations in aqueous solutions using kinetic phosphorimetry." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 1998, 234, 257-260.

18. Hooper, F. J.; Squibb, K. S.; Siegel, E. L.; McPhaul, K.; Keogh, J. P., "Elevated urine uranium excretion by soldiers with retained uranium shrapnel." Health Physics, 1999, 77, 512-519.

19. McDiarmid, M. A.; Hooper, F. J.; Squibb, K.; McPhaul, K., "The utility of spot collection for urinary uranium determinations in depleted uranium exposed Gulf War veterans." Health Physics, 1999, 77, 261-264.

20. Pellmar, T. C.; Fuciarelli, A. F.; Ejnik, J. W.; Hamilton, M.; Hogan, J.; Strocko, S.; Emond, C.; Mottaz, H. M.; Landauer, M. R., "Distribution of uranium in rats implanted with depleted uranium pellets." Toxicological Sciences, 1999, 49, 29-39.

21. Spear, J. R.; Figueroa, L. A.; Honeyman, B. D., "Modeling the removal of uranium U(VI) from aqueous solutions in the presence of sulfate reducing bacteria." Environmental Science & Technology, 1999, 33, 2667-2675.

22. Thomas, P. A.; Gates, T. E., "Radionuclides in the lichen-caribou-human food chain near uranium mining operations in northern Saskatchewan, Canada." Environmental Health Perspectives, 1999, 107, 527-537.

23. Bargar, J. R.; Reitmeyer, R.; Lenhart, J. J.; Davis, J. A., "Characterization of U(VI)-carbonato ternary complexes on hematite: EXAFS and electrophoretic mobility measurements." Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, 2000, 64, 2737-2749.

24. Ejnik, J. W.; Hamilton, M. M.; Adams, P. R.; Carmichael, A. J., "Optimal sample preparation conditions for the determination of uranium in biological samples by kinetic phosphorescence analysis (KPA)." Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2000, 24, 227-235.

25. Fredrickson, J. K.; Kostandarithes, H. M.; Li, S. W.; Plymale, A. E.; Daly, M. J., "Reduction of Fe(III), Cr(VI), U(VI), and Tc(VII) by Deinococcus radiodurans R1." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2000, 66, 2006-2011.

26. McDiarmid, M. A.; Keogh, J. P.; Hooper, F. J.; McPhaul, K.; Squibb, K.; Kane, R.; DiPino, R.; Kabat, M.; Kaup, B.; Anderson, L.; Hoover, D.; Brown, L.; Hamilton, M.; Jacobson-Kram, D.; Burrows, B.; Walsh, M., "Health effects of depleted uranium on exposed Gulf War veterans." Environmental Research, 2000, 82, 168-180.

27. Naftz, D. L.; Feltcorn, E. M.; Fuller, C. C.; Wilhelm, R. G.; Davis, J. A.; Morrison, S. J.; Freethey, G. W.; Piana, M. J.; Rowland, R. C.; Blue, J. E. Field demonstration of Permeable Reactive Barriers to Remove Dissolved Uranium From Groundwater, Fry Canyon, Utah,; EPA 402-C-00-001; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Washington, DC, November, 2000.

28. Chang, Y. J.; Peacock, A. D.; Long, P. E.; Stephen, J. R.; McKinley, J. P.; Macnaughton, S. J.; Hussain, A.; Saxton, A. M.; White, D. C., "Diversity and characterization of sulfate-reducing bacteria in groundwater at a uranium mill tailings site." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2001, 67, 3149-3160.

29. Elliston, J. T.; Glover, S. E.; Filby, R. H., "The determination of natural uranium in human tissues by recovery corrected kinetic phosphorescence analysis." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2001, 248, 487-491.

30. Maeda, T.; Banba, T.; Sonoda, K.; Inagaki, Y.; Furuya, H., "Release and retention of uranium during glass corrosion." Journal of Nuclear Materials, 2001, 298, 163-167.

31. Sowder, A. G.; Clark, S. B.; Fjeld, R. A., "The impact of mineralogy in the U(VI)-Ca-PO4 system on the environmental availability of uranium." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2001, 248, 517-524.

32. Bostick, B. C.; Fendorf, S.; Barnett, M. O.; Jardine, P. M.; Brooks, S. C., "Uranyl surface complexes formed on subsurface media from DOE facilities." Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2002, 66, 99-108.

33. Finneran, K. T.; Housewright, M. E.; Lovley, D. R., "Multiple influences of nitrate on uranium solubility during bioremediation of uranium-contaminated subsurface sediments." Environmental Microbiology, 2002, 4, 510-516.

34. Hahn, F. F.; Guilmette, R. A.; Hoover, M. D., "Implanted depleted uranium fragments cause soft tissue sarcomas in the muscles of rats." Environmental Health Perspectives, 2002, 110, 51-59.

35. Lloyd, J. R.; Chesnes, J.; Glasauer, S.; Bunker, D. J.; Livens, F. R.; Lovley, D. R., "Reduction of actinides and fission products by Fe(III)-reducing bacteria." Geomicrobiology Journal, 2002, 19, 103-120.

36. Payne, R. B.; Gentry, D. A.; Rapp-Giles, B. J.; Casalot, L.; Wall, J. D., "Uranium reduction by Desulfovibrio desulfuricans strain G20 and a cytochrome c3 mutant." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2002, 68, 3129-3132.

37. Sani, R. K.; Peyton, B. M.; Smith, W. A.; Apel, W. A.; Petersen, J. N., "Dissimilatory reduction of Cr(VI), Fe(III), and U(VI) by Cellulomonas isolates." Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2002, 60, 192-199.

38. Senko, J. M.; Istok, J. D.; Suflita, J. M.; Krumholz, L. R., "In-situ evidence for uranium immobilization and remobilization." Environmental Science & Technology, 2002, 36, 1491-1496.

39. Anderson, R. T.; Vrionis, H. A.; Ortiz-Bernad, I.; Resch, C. T.; Long, P. E.; Dayvault, R.; Karp, K.; Marutzky, S.; Metzler, D. R.; Peacock, A.; White, D. C.; Lowe, M.; Lovley, D. R., "Stimulating the in situ activity of Geobacter species to remove uranium from the groundwater of a uranium-contaminated aquifer." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2003, 69, 5884-5891.

40. Shelobolina, E. S.; O'Neill, K.; Finneran, K. T.; Hayes, L. A.; Lovley, D. R., "Potential for in situ bioremediation of a low-pH, high-nitrate uranium-contaminated groundwater." Soil & Sediment Contamination, 2003, 12, 865-884.

41. Wazne, M.; Korfiatis, G. P.; Meng, X. G., "Carbonate effects on hexavalent uranium adsorption by iron oxyhydroxide." Environmental Science & Technology, 2003, 37, 3619-3624.

42. Beyenal, H.; Sani, R. K.; Peyton, B. M.; Dohnalkova, A. C.; Amonette, J. E.; Lewandowski, Z., "Uranium immobilization by sulfate-reducing biofilms." Environmental Science & Technology, 2004, 38, 2067-2074.

43. Cheng, T.; Barnett, M. O.; Roden, E. E.; Zhuang, J. L., "Effects of phosphate on uranium(VI) adsorption to goethite-coated sand." Environmental Science & Technology, 2004, 38, 6059-6065.

44. Davis, J. A.; Meece, D. E.; Kohler, M.; Curtis, G. P., "Approaches to surface complexation modeling of uranium(VI) adsorption on aquifer sediments." Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, 2004, 68, 3621-3641.

45. DeVol, T. A.; Woodruff, R. L., "Uranium in hot water tanks: A source of tenorm." Health Physics, 2004, 87, 659-663.

46. Devoy, J.; Haschke, J.; Cui, D.; Spahiu, K., "Behavior of Uranium Dioxide: Chemistry and Catalysis in the UO2-water System." Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 2004, 807, 41.

47. Elias, D. A.; Suflita, J. M.; McInerney, M. J.; Krumholz, L. R., "Periplasmic cytochrome c(3) of Desulfovibrio vulgaris is directly involved in H-2-mediated metal but not sulfate reduction." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2004, 70, 413-420.

48. Istok, J. D.; Senko, J. M.; Krumholz, L. R.; Watson, D.; Bogle, M. A.; Peacock, A.; Chang, Y. J.; White, D. C., "In situ bioreduction of technetium and uranium in a nitrate-contaminated aquifer." Environmental Science & Technology, 2004, 38, 468-475.

49. McDiarmid, M. A.; Engelhardt, S.; Oliver, M.; Gucer, P.; Wilson, P. D.; Kane, R.; Kabat, M.; Kaup, B.; Anderson, L.; Hoover, D.; Brown, L.; Handwerger, B.; Albertini, R. J.; Jacobson-Kram, D.; Thorne, C. D.; Squibb, K. S., "Health effects of depleted uranium on exposed Gulf War veterans: A 10-year follow-up." Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health-Part a-Current Issues, 2004, 67, 277-296.

50. Ortiz-Bernad, I.; Anderson, R. T.; Vrionis, H. A.; Lovley, D. R., "Resistance of solid-phase U(VI) to microbial reduction during in situ bioremediation of uranium-contaminated groundwater." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2004, 70, 7558-7560.

51. Payne, R. B.; Casalot, L.; Rivere, T.; Terry, J. H.; Larsen, L.; Giles, B. J.; Wall, J. D., "Interaction between uranium and the cytochrome c(3) of Desulfovibrio desulfuricans strain G20." Archives of Microbiology, 2004, 181, 398-406.

52. Sani, R. K.; Peyton, B. M.; Amonette, J. E.; Geesey, G. G., "Reduction of uranium(VI) under sulfate-reducing conditions in the presence of Fe(III)-(hydr)oxides." Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, 2004, 68, 2639-2648.

53. Taulan, M.; Paquet, F.; Maubert, C.; Delissen, O.; Demaille, J.; Romey, M. C., "Renal toxicogenomic response to chronic uranyl nitrate insult in mice." Environmental Health Perspectives, 2004, 112, 1628-1635.

54. Beller, H. R., "Anaerobic, nitrate-dependent oxidation of U(IV) oxide minerals by the chemolithoautotrophic bacterium Thiobacillus denitrificans." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2005, 71, 2170-2174.

55. Chang, Y. J.; Long, P. E.; Geyer, R.; Peacock, A. D.; Resch, C. T.; Sublette, K.; Pfiffner, S.; Smithgall, A.; Anderson, R. T.; Vrionis, H. A.; Stephen, J. R.; Dayvault, R.; Ortiz-Bernad, I.; Lovley, D. R.; White, D. C., "Microbial incorporation of C-13-labeled acetate at the field scale: Detection of microbes responsible for reduction of U(VI)." Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39, 9039-9048.

56. Elliston, J. T.; Glover, S. E.; Filby, R. H., "Comparison of direct kinetic phosphorescence analysis and recovery corrected kinetic phosphorescence analysis for the determination of natural uranium in human tissues." Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2005, 263, 301-306.

57. Hughes, L. D.; Powell, B. A.; Soreefan, A. M.; Falta, D. A.; DeVol, T. A., "Anomalously high levels of uranium and other naturally occurring radionuclides in private wells in the piedmont region of South Carolina." Health Physics, 2005, 88, 248-252.

58. Jeon, B. H.; Dempsey, B. A.; Burgos, W. D.; Barnett, M. O.; Roden, E. E., "Chemical reduction of U(VI) by Fe(II) at the solid-water interface using natural and synthetic Fe(III) oxides." Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39, 5642-5649.

59. Lestaevel, P.; Bussy, C.; Paquet, F.; Dhieux, B.; Clarencon, D.; Houpert, P.; Gourmelon, P., "Changes in sleep-wake cycle after chronic exposure to uranium in rats." Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 2005, 27, 835-840.

60. Qafoku, N. P.; Zachara, J. M.; Liu, C. X.; Gassman, P. L.; Qafoku, O. S.; Smith, S. C., "Kinetic desorption and sorption of U(VI) during reactive transport in a contaminated Hanford sediment." Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39, 3157-3165.

61. Sani, R. K.; Peyton, B. M.; Dohnalkova, A.; Amonette, J. E., "Reoxidation of reduced uranium with iron(III) (hydr)oxides under sulfate-reducing conditions." Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39, 2059-2066.

62. Squibb, K. S.; Leggett, R. W.; McDiarmid, M. A., "Prediction of renal concentrations of depleted uranium and radiation dose in Gulf War veterans with embedded shrapnel." Health Physics, 2005, 89, 267-273.

63. Tingey, J. M.; Jones, S. A. Chemical and Radiochemical Composition of Thermally Stabilized Plutonium Oxide from the Plutonium Finishing plant Considered as Alternate Feedstock for the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility; PNNL-15241; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory: Richland, WA, July, 2005.

64. Wan, J. M.; Tokunaga, T. K.; Brodie, E.; Wang, Z. M.; Zheng, Z. P.; Herman, D.; Hazen, T. C.; Firestone, M. K.; Sutton, S. R., "Reoxidation of bioreduced uranium under reducing conditions." Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39, 6162-6169.

65. Zhong, L. R.; Liu, C. X.; Zachara, J. M.; Kennedy, D. W.; Szecsody, J. E.; Wood, B., "Oxidative remobilization of biogenic uranium(IV) precipitates: Effects of iron(II) and pH." Journal of Environmental Quality, 2005, 34, 1763-1771.

66. Hwang, C.; Wu, W. M.; Gentry, T. J.; Carley, J.; Carroll, S. L.; Schadt, C.; Watson, D.; Jardine, P. M.; Zhou, J.; Hickey, R. F.; Criddle, C. S.; Fields, M. W., "Changes in bacterial community structure correlate with initial operating conditions of a field-scale denitrifying fluidized bed reactor." Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2006, 71, 748-760.

67. Marshall, M. J.; Beliaev, A. S.; Dohnalkova, A. C.; Kennedy, D. W.; Shi, L.; Wang, Z. M.; Boyanov, M. I.; Lai, B.; Kemner, K. M.; McLean, J. S.; Reed, S. B.; Culley, D. E.; Bailey, V. L.; Simonson, C. J.; Saffarini, D. A.; Romine, M. F.; Zachara, J. M.; Fredrickson, J. K., "c-Type cytochrome-dependent formation of U(IV) nanoparticles by Shewanella oneidensis." Plos Biology, 2006, 4, 1324-1333.

68. Monleau, M.; Blanchardon, E.; Claraz, M.; Paquet, F.; Chazel, V., "The effect of repeated inhalation on the distribution of uranium in rats." Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health-Part a-Current Issues, 2006, 69, 1629-1649.

69. Monleau, M.; Blanchardon, E.; Claraz, M.; Paquet, F.; Chazel, V., "Biokinetic models for rats exposed to repeated inhalation of uranium: implications for the monitoring of nuclear workers." Radioprotection, 2006, 41, 85-96.

70. Monleau, M.; De Meo, M.; Paquet, F.; Chazel, V.; Dumenil, G.; Donnadieu-Claraz, M., "Genotoxic and inflammatory effects of depleted uranium particles inhaled by rats." Toxicological Sciences, 2006, 89, 287-295.

71. Paquet, F.; Houpert, P.; Blanchardon, E.; Delissen, O.; Maubert, C.; Dhieux, B.; Moreels, A. M.; Frelon, S.; Voisin, P.; Gourmelon, P., "Accumulation and distribution of uranium in rats after chronic exposure by ingestion." Health Physics, 2006, 90, 139-147.

72. Phillips, D. H.; Watson, D. B.; Roh, Y.; Mehlhorn, T. L.; Moon, J. W.; Jardine, P. M., "Distribution of uranium contamination in weathered fractured saprolite/shale and ground water." Journal of Environmental Quality, 2006, 35, 1715-1730.

73. Sani, R. K.; Peyton, B. M.; Dohnalkova, A., "Toxic effects of uranium on Desulfovibrio desulfuricans G20." Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2006, 25, 1231-1238.

74. Taulan, M.; Paquet, F.; Argiles, A.; Demaille, J.; Romey, M. C., "Comprehensive analysis of the renal transcriptional response to acute uranyl nitrate exposure." BMC Genomics, 2006, 7, 2.

75. Wazne, M.; Meng, X. G.; Korfiatis, G. P.; Christodoulatos, C., "Carbonate effects on hexavalent uranium removal from water by nanocrystalline titanium dioxide." Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2006, 136, 47-52.

76. Wu, W. M.; Carley, J.; Fienen, M.; Mehlhorn, T.; Lowe, K.; Nyman, J.; Luo, J.; Gentile, M. E.; Rajan, R.; Wagner, D.; Hickey, R. F.; Gu, B. H.; Watson, D.; Cirpka, O. A.; Kitanidis, P. K.; Jardine, P. M.; Criddle, C. S., "Pilot-scale in situ bioremediation of uranium in a highly contaminated aquifer. 1. Conditioning of a treatment zone." Environmental Science & Technology, 2006, 40, 3978-3985.

77. Houpert, P.; Frelon, S.; Lestaevel, P.; Bussy, C.; Gourmelon, P.; Paquet, F., "Parental exposure to enriched uranium induced delayed hyperactivity in rat offspring." Neurotoxicology, 2007, 28, 108-113.

78. Houpert, P.; Frelon, S.; Monleau, M.; Bussy, C.; Chazel, V.; Paquet, F., "Heterogeneous accumulation of uranium in the brain of rats." Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 2007, 127, 86-89.

79. Humaid, A. I.; Al-Marboui, R.; El-Mongy, S. A., "Destructive Assay of Uranium Concentration by Reliable Laser Induced Kinetic Phosphorimetry Analysis (KPA)." Journal of Nuclear and Radiation Physics, 2007, 2, 69-77.

80. Marsili, E.; Beyenal, H.; Di Palma, L.; Merli, C.; Dohnalkova, A.; Amonette, J. E.; Lewandowski, Z., "Uranium immobilization by sulfate-reducing biofilms grown on hematite, dolomite, and calcite." Environmental Science & Technology, 2007, 41, 8349-8354.

81. Petitot, F.; Frelon, S.; Moreels, A. M.; Claraz, M.; Delissen, O.; Tourlonias, E.; Dhieux, B.; Maubert, C.; Paquet, F., "Incorporation and distribution of uranium in rats after a contamination on intact or wounded skin." Health Physics, 2007, 92, 464-474.

82. Petitot, F.; Gautier, C.; Moreels, A. M.; Frelon, S.; Paquet, F., "Percutaneous penetration of uranium in rats after a contamination on intact or wounded skin." Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 2007, 127, 125-130.

83. Raymond-Whish, S.; Mayer, L. P.; O'Neal, T.; Martinez, A.; Sellers, M. A.; Christian, P. J.; Marion, S. L.; Begay, C.; Propper, C. R.; Hoyer, P. B.; Dyer, C. A., "Drinking water with uranium below the US EPA water standard causes estrogen receptor-dependent responses in female mice." Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007, 115, 1711-1716.

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