Kassotis, CD, Harkness, JS, Vu, DC, Lin, C-H, Cinnamon, KM, Vengosh, A, Tillitt, DE, and Nagel, SC. Association of Endocrine Disrupting Activities and Inorganic Geochemistry with Unconventional Oil and Gas Development and Operation in Garfield County, Colorado. In preparation.
Kassotis, CD, Nagel, SC, and Stapleton, HM. Unconventional Oil and Gas Chemicals and Wastewater-Impacted Water Samples Promote Adipogenesis via PPARγ-Dependent and Independent Mechanisms in 3T3-L1 Cells. In preparation.
Meng, C-X, Taylor, JA, Kassotis, CD, Balise, VD, Isiguzo, CJ, Cinnamon, KM, Maas, AR, Sommerfeld-Sager, J, Vom Saal, FS, Nagel, SC. Interactive effects of perinatal bisphenol A exposure and post-weaning growth rate on adult growth and metabolic profile in C57Bl/6 mice. In preparation.
Balise, VD, Cornelius-Green, JN, Kassotis, CD, Rector, RS, Thyfault, JP, and Nagel, SC. Perinatal Exposure to a Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Mixture Alters Energy Expenditure in Female Mice. In preparation.
Kassotis, CD, Vu, DC, Vo, PH, Lin, C-H, Cornelius-Green, JN, Patton, S, and Nagel, SC. Endocrine Disrupting Activities and Organic Contaminants in Wyoming Groundwater Associated with Unconventional Oil and Gas Operations. Under review.
Boule, L, Chapman, T, Hillman, S, Georas, S, Kassotis, CD, Balise, VD, Nagel, SC, and Lawrence, BP. Developmental exposure to chemicals associated with unconventional oil and gas extraction alters CD4+ T cell populations in multiple immune responses. Under review.
McElroy, JA, Kassotis, CD, and Nagel, SC. In our backyard: Beliefs about fracking, science, and health by community members. Under review.
Sapouckey, SS, Kassotis, CD, Nagel, SC, and Vandenberg, LN. Prenatal Exposure to Chemicals Used in Hydraulic Fracturing Alter Mammary Gland Morphology and Induce Intraductal Hyperplasias in Female Mice. Under review.
In Press / Published
Luz, AL, Kassotis, CD, Stapleton, HM, and Meyer, JN. The high-production volume fungicide pyraclostrobin induces triglyceride accumulation associated with mitochondrial dysfunction, and not PPARγ activation, in 3T3-L1 cells. Toxicology. In press. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Kollitz, EM, Ferguson, PL, and Stapleton, HM. Ethoxylated Surfactants Promote Adipogenesis in 3T3-L1 Cells. Toxicological Sciences. In press. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Hoffman, K, and Stapleton, HM. Characterization of Adipogenic Activity of Indoor House Dust Extracts and Semi-Volatile Indoor Contaminants in 3T3-L1 Cells. Environmental Science & Technology. 2017; 51(15): 8735-8745. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Masse, L, Kim, S, Schlezinger, JJ, Webster, TF, and Stapleton, HM. Characterization of Adipogenic Chemicals in Three Different Cell Culture Systems: Implications for Reproducibility Based on Cell Source and Handling. Scientific Reports. 2017; 7, 42104. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Bromfield, JJ, Klemp, KC, Meng, C-X, Wolfe, A, Zoeller, RT, Balise, VD, Isiguzo, CJ, Tillitt, DE, and Nagel, SC. Adverse Reproductive and Developmental Health Outcomes Following Prenatal Exposure to a Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Mixture in Female C57Bl/6 Mice. Endocrinology. 2016; 157(9): 3469-3481. Journal Link.
Balise, VD, Meng, C-X, Cornelius-Green, J, Kassotis, CD, Kennedy, R, and Nagel, SC. A systematic review of the association between oil and natural gas extraction processes and human reproduction. Fertility & Sterility. 2016; 106(4): 795-819. Journal Link.
Wylie, S, Schultz, K, Thomas, D, Kassotis, CD, and Nagel, SC. Inspiring Collaboration: The Legacy of Theo Colborn's Trans-Disciplinary Research on Fracking. New Solutions. 2016; 26(3): 360-388. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Iwanowicz, L, Akob, DM, Cozzarelli, IM, Mumford, A, Orem, WH, and Nagel, SC. Endocrine Disrupting Activities of Surface Water Associated with a West Virginia Oil and Gas Industry Wastewater Disposal Site. Science of the Total Environment. 2016; 557-558: 901-910. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Klemp, KC, Vu, DC, Lin, C-H, Drobnis, EZ, Balise, VD, Isiguzo, CJ, Williams, MA, Tillitt, DE, and Nagel, SC. Endocrine Disrupting Activity of Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals and Adverse Health Outcomes Following Prenatal Exposure in Male Mice. Endocrinology. 2015; 156(12): 4458-4473. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Tillitt, DE, Lin, C-H, McElroy, JA, and Nagel, SC. Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Oil and Natural Gas Operations: Recommendations to Assess Complex Environmental Mixtures. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2015; 124(3): 256-264. Journal Link.
Heindel, JJ, vom Saal, FS, Blumberg, B, Bovolin, P, Calamandrei, G, Ceresini, G, Cohn, BA, Fabbri, E, Gioiosa, L, Kassotis, CD, Legler, J, La Merrill, M, Rizzir, L, Machtinger, R, Mantovani, A, Mendez, MA, Montanini, L, Molteni, L, Nagel, SC, Parmigiani, S, Panzica, G, Paterlini, S, Pomatto, V, Ruzzin, J, Sartor, G, Schug, TT, Street, ME, Suvorov, A, Volpi, R, Zoeller, RT, Palanza, P. Parma Consensus Statement on Metabolic Disruptors. Environmental Health. 2015; 14(54): 1-7. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Alvarez, DA, Taylor, JA, vom Saal, FS, Nagel, SC, and Tillitt, DE. Characterization of Missouri Surface Waters near Point Sources of Pollution Reveals Potential Novel Route of Exposure for Bisphenol A and Wastewater Hormonal Activity Pattern. Science of the Total Environment. 2015; 524-525: 384-393. Journal Link.
Bhandari, R, Deem, SL, Holliday, DK, Jandegian, CM, Kassotis, CD, Nagel, SC, Tillitt, DE, Vom Saal, FS, and Rosenfeld, CS. Effects of the Environmental Estrogenic Contaminants Bisphenol A and 17α-Ethinylestradiol on Sexual Development and Adult Behaviors in Aquatic Wildlife Species. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 2015; 214: 195-219. Journal Link.
Webb, E, Bushkin-Bedient, S, Cheng, A, Kassotis, CD, Balise, V, and Nagel SC. Developmental and Reproductive Effects of Chemicals associated with Unconvential Oil and Natural Gas Operations. Reviews on Environmental Health. 2014; 29(4): 308-318. Journal Link.
Kassotis, CD, Tillitt, DE, Davis, JW, Hormann, AM, and Nagel, SC. Estrogen and Androgen Receptor Activity of Natural Gas Drilling Chemicals and Surface and Ground Water in a Drilling-Dense Region. Endocrinology. 2014; 155(3): 897-907. Journal Link