Dietert, R.R. Microbiome-based precision medicine. EC Pharmacol. Toxicol. 1.S1:S1-S3, 2015.
Dietert, R.R. and Dietert, J.M. The microbiome and sustainable healthcare. Healthcare 3: 100-129, 2015.
Dietert R.R. and Dietert J.M. The sum of our parts. The Scientist July 1, 2015.
Dietert R.R. and Silbergeld, E.S. Biomarkers for the 21st century: listening to the microbiome. Toxicol. Sci. 144 (2): 208-216, 2015.
Mener, D.J., Garcia E., Navas-Acien, Rodney R Dietert R.R., Shargorodsky J. and Lin S.Y. Lead Exposure and increased food allergic sensitization. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 5(3):214-20, 2015.
Dietert R.R. The microbiome in early life: self-completion and microbiota protection as health priorities. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 101(4):333-40. 2014.
Ginsberg G.L., Dietert R.R.and Sonawane B.R. Susceptibility based upon chemical interaction with disease processes: potential implications for risk assessment. Curr Envir Health Rpt 1:314-324. 2014.
Dietert RR. Macrophages as targets of developmental immunotoxicity. OA Immunology 18;2(1)2. 2014.
Dietert RR. Integrating contemplative tools into biomedical science education and research training programs. Journal of Biomedical Education (2014), Article ID 239348. 2014.
Dietert RR. Developmental immunotoxicity, perinatal programming, and non-communicable diseases: focus on human studies. Adv Med. 2014 (2014), Article ID 867805 2014.
Dietert RR. Natural childbirth and breastfeeding as preventive measures of immune-microbiome dysbiosis and misregulated inflammation. J Anc Dis Prev Rem 1:103. 2013.
Dietert R.R. and Dietert J. The Completed Self: An immunological View of the human-microbiome superorganism and risk of chronic diseases. Entropy 14: 2036-2065. 2012.
Dietert RR. Misregulated inflammation as an outcome of early-life exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals. Rev Environ Health. 2012;27(2-3):117-31.
Awasthi S, Singh B, Welliver RC, Dietert RR Lung dendritic cell developmental programming, environmental stimuli, and asthma in early periods of life. J Allergy (Cairo). 2012;2012:176468.
Aldert H. Piersma, A.H., Elisa C.M. Tonk, E.C.M., Susan L. Makris, S.L., Crofton, K.M., Dietert, R.R., and Van Loveren, H. Juvenile toxicity testing protocols for chemicals. Reprod. Toxicol. 34: 482-486. 2012.
Dietert, R. R. Maternal and childhood asthma: risk factors, interactions, and ramifications. Reproductive Toxicology. 32(2): 198-201. 2011.
Dietert, R. R. Fractal immunology and immune patterning: potential tools for immune protection and optimization? Journal of Immunotoxicology 8(2):101-110. 2011.
Dietert, R. R., Dietert, J. M. and DeWitt, J. C. Environmental risk factors for autism. Emerging Health Threats Journal. 4:7111-DOI: 10.3402/3htj.v4i0.7111. 2011.
Leifer, C. A. and Dietert, R. R. Early life environment and developmental immunotoxicity in inflammatory dysfunction and disease. Toxicology and Environmental Chemistry. 93: 1463-1485. 2011.
Dietert, R. R. Role of developmental immunotoxicity and immune dysfunction in chronic disease and cancer. Reproductive Toxicology. 31(3):319-26. 2011.
Dietert, R. R., DeWitt, J. C., Germolec, D. R., and Zelikoff, J. T. Breaking patterns of environmentally-influenced disease for health risk reduction: Immune perspectives. Environmental Health Perspectives. 118:1091-109. 2010.
Dietert, R. R. and Zelikoff, J. T. Identifying patterns of immune-related disease: use in disease prevention and management. World Journal Pediatrics. 6:111-118. 2010.
Dietert, R. R., Dietert, J. M. and Gavalchin, J. Risk of autoimmune disease: challenges for immunotoxicity testing. Methods in Molecular Biology. 598:39-51. 2010
Dietert, R. R. and DeWitt, J. C. Develpmental immunotoxicity (DIT): the why, when and how of DIT testing. Methods in Molecular Biology. 598:17-25, 2010.
Dietert, R. R., Bunn, T. L., Lee, J. E. The delayed type hypersensitivity assay using protein and xenogeneic cell antigens. Methods in Molecular Biology. 598:185-94, 2010.
Burleson, G. R., Burleson, F. G., and Dietert, R. R. The cytotoxic T lymphocyte assay for evaluating cell-mediated immune function. Methods in Molecular Biology. 598:195-205, 2010.
Dietert, R. R. Distinguishing environmental causes of immune dysfunction from pediatric triggers of disease. The Open Pediatric Medicine Journal. 3:41-47. 2009.
Dietert, R. R. Developmental Immunotoxicology (DIT), postnatal immune dysfunction and childhood leukemia. Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases 42:108-112. 2000.
Dietert, R. R. Developmental immunotoxicology: focus on health risks. Chemical Research in Toxicology. 22:17-23. 2009.
Dietert, R. R. and Zelikoff, J. T. Early-life environment, developmental immunotoxicology, and the risk of pediatric allergic disease including asthma. Birth Defects Research Part B Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology. 83(6):547-60. 2008.
Dietert, R. R. and Dietert, J. M. Potential for early life immune insult including developmental immunotoxicity in autism and autism spectrum disorders: Focus on critical windows of immune vulnerability. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part B. Critical Reviews. 11(8):660-680. 2008.
Dietert, R. R. and Dietert. J. M. Possible role for early-life immune insult including developmental immunotoxicty in chronic fagitue syndrome (CFS) or myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). Toxicology. 247(1):61-72. 2008.
Dietert, R. R. and Piepenbrink, M. S. The managed immune system: protecting the womb to dealy the tomb. Human and Experimental Toxicology. 27(2):129-134. 2008.
Dietert, R. R. and Dietert. J. M. Early life immune insult and developmental immunotoxicity-associated disease: potential of herbal- and fungal-derived medicinals. Current Medicinal Chemistry. 14:1075-1085. 2007.
Dietert, R.R and Grammer, A.C. Immune disorders, epigenetics, and the developmental origins of health and disease. Chapter 13 In : Rosenfeld C (Ed) The Epigenome and Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. Elsevier, pp.211-234, 2015.
Rehder D, Black RE, Bornhorst J, Dietert RR, DiRita VJ, Navarro M, Perry RD, Rink L, Skaar EP, Soares MCP, Thiel;e DJ, Wang F, Weiss G, Wessels I. Metals in Host-Microbes Interaction: The Host Perspective. In: Trace Metals and Infectious Diseases, ed. Jerome O. Nriagu and Eric P. Skaar. Strungmann Forum Report, vol. 16. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2015 pp. 199-228.
Ackland ML, Bornhorst, J, Dedoussis G, Dietert, RR, Nriagu JO, Pacyna JM, and John M. Pettifor. Metals in the Environment as Risk Factors for Infectious Diseases. In: Trace Metals and Infectious Diseases, ed. Jerome O. Nriagu and Eric P. Skaar. Strungmann Forum Report, vol. 16. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2015 pp. 271-310.
Dietert, R.R. Inflammatory bowel disease and celiac disease: environmental risk factors and consequences. In: Dietert, R. R. and Luebke, R. W. (Eds). Immunotoxicity. Immune Dysfunction and Chronic Disease. Springer: New York, 2012.
Dietert, R. R., Luebke, R. W., and DeWitt, J. C. Reducing the prevalence of immune-based chronic disease. In: Dietert, R. R. and Luebke, R. W. (Eds). Immunotoxicity. Immune Dysfunction and Chronic Disease. Springer: New York, 2012.
Dietert, R. R. and Leubke, R. W. The Environment-immune route to chronic disease. In: Dietert, R. R. and Luebke, R. W. (Eds). Immunotoxicity. Immune Dysfunction and Chronic Disease. Springer: New York, 2012.
Dietert, R. R. Immune system disorders. In: Weiss, B (Ed). Aging and Vulnerability to Environmental Chemicals. Royal Society of Chemistry: London, in press 2012.
Dietert, R. R. and Dietert, J. M. Immunotoxicology and foods. In: Watson, R. R., Zibadi, S. and Preddy, V. R. (Eds) Dietary Components and Immune Function. Humana Press. Nutrition and Health Series. Springer Science + Business, New York, 2010 pp567-587.
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