xicology JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMICAL and MOLECULAR TOXICOLOGY Volume 32, number 3, 2018 march Sponsored by the Foundation for Toxicology and Agromedicine (www.toxicologyagromed.org) Formerly JournAl oF Biochemic Al Toxicology Now Ncludes a New sectioN Molecular EDITOR ERNEST HODGSON, PH.D. North Carolina State University • Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Campus Box 7633 • Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7633 EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD Lauren Aleksunes Michael S. Denison Edward L. Lecluyse Kenneth S. Ramos Rutgers University, USA University of california, Davis, USA cellzDirect, USA University of Louisville, USA James P. Luyendyk Xinxin Ding Emel Arinc Craig Rowlands Michigan State University, USA New york State Department of health, Middle East Technical University The Dow chemical company, USA USA Ankara, Turkey Peter I. Mackenzie Christopher A. Reilly Flinders University, Australia Jodi Anne Flaws John R. Bend University of Utah, USA University of illinois, USA University of Western Ontario,canada Richard B. Mailman Carol L. Sabourin University of North carolina, USA Bruce A. Fowler Hari K. Bhat Batelle, USA cDc Agency for Toxic Substances and Sharon A. Meyer University of Missouri, Kansascity, Disease Registry, USA University of Louisiana at Monroe,USA Patrick J. Sabourin USA Batelle, USA Michael R. Franklin Masahiko Negishi Alan A. Brimfield University of
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