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Brette, F., H. L. Shiels, G. L. Galli, C. Cros, J. Incardona, N. L. Scholz, B. A. Block. 2017. A novel cardiotoxic mechanism for a pervasive global pollutant. Scientific Reports, 7:41476Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J.P. and Scholz, N.L. 2017. Environmental pollution and the fish heart. In: Fish physiology, Volume 36B. The cardiovascular system: phenotypic and physiological responses. K. Gamperl, T. Gillis, A. Farrell, and C. Brauner (eds.). Elsevier Press.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J. 2017. Molecular mechanisms of crude oil developmental toxicity in fish. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.Go to metadata icon

Sørhus, E., Incardona, J.P., Furmanek, T., Scholz, N.L., Meier, S., Edvardsen, R.B., and Jentoft, S. 2017. Novel adverse outcome pathways revealed by chemical genetics in a developing marine fish. eLife, 6:e20207.Go to metadata icon

Sørensen, L., E. Sørhus, T. Nordtug, J. Incardona, T. L. Linbo, L. Giovanetti, Ø. Karlsen, S. Meier. 2017. Oil droplet fouling and differential PAH toxicokinetics in embryos of Atlantic haddock and cod. PLoS ONE.Go to metadata icon

Esbaugh, A.J., Mager, E.M., Stieglitz, J.D., Hoenig, R., Brown, T.S., French, B.L., Linbo, T.L., Scholz, N.L., Incardona, J.P., Benetti, D.D., and Grosell, M. 2016. The effects of weathering and chemical dispersion on Deepwater Horizon crude oil toxicity to mahi mahi (Coryphaena hippurus) early life stages. Science of the Total Environment, 543:644-651.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J.P. and Scholz, N.L. 2016. The influence of heart developmental anatomy on cardiotoxicity-based adverse outcome pathways in fish. Aquatic Toxicology, 177:515-525.Go to metadata icon

McIntyre, J.K., Edmunds, R.C., Mudrock, E., Brown, M., Davis, J.W., Stark, J.D., Incardona, J.P. and Scholz, N.L. 2016. Confirmation of stormwater bioretention treatment effectiveness using molecular indicators of cardiovascular toxicity in developing fish. Environmental Science and Technology, 50:1561-1569.Go to metadata icon

McIntyre, J.K., Anulacion, B.F., Davis, J.W., Edmunds, R.C., Incardona, J.P., Stark, J.D., and Scholz, N.L. 2016. Severe coal tar sealcoat runoff toxicity to fish is reversed by bioretention filtration. Environmental Science and Technology, 50:1570-1578.Go to metadata icon

Sørhus, E., J. Incardona, Ø. Karlsen, T. L. Linbo, L. Sørensen, T. Nordtug, T. van der Meeren, A. Thorsen, M. Thorbjørsen, S. Jentoft, R. Edvardsen, S. Meier. 2016. Crude oil exposures reveal roles for intracellular calcium cycling in haddock craniofacial and cardiac development. Scientific Reports.Go to metadata icon

Sørhus, E., J. Incardona, T. Furmanek, S. Jentoft, S. Meier, R. Edvardsen. 2016. Developmental transcriptomics in Atlantic haddock: Illuminating pattern formation and organogenesis in non-model vertebrates. Developmental Biology.Go to metadata icon

Edmunds, R.C., Gill, A., Baldwin, D.H., Esbaugh, A.J., Mager, E.M., Hoenig, R., Stieglitz, J.D., Benetti, D.D., Grosell, M., Scholz, N.L., and Incardona, J.P. 2015. Corresponding morphological and molecular indicators of crude oil toxicity to the developing hearts of mahi mahi. Scientific Reports, 5:17326.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., M. G. Carls, L. Holland, T. L. Linbo, D. H. Baldwin, M. S. Myers, K. A. Peck-Miller, M. Tagal, S. D. Rice, N. L. Scholz. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Very low embryonic crude oil exposures cause lasting cardiac defects in herring and salmon. Scientific Reports, 5:13499.Go to metadata icon

Jung, J., M. Kim, U. Yim, S. Ha, W. J. Shim, Y. Chea, H. Kim, T. L. Linbo, J. Incardona, J. Kwon. 2015. Differential toxicokinetics determines the sensitivity of two marine embryonic fish exposed to Iranian Heavy Crude Oil. Environmental Science & Technology.Go to metadata icon

Jung, J., C. Hicken, D. Boyd, B. F. Anulacion, M. Carls, W. J. Shim, J. Incardona. 2015. Geologically distinct crude oils cause a common cardiotoxicity syndrome in developing zebrafish. Chemosphere, 91(8):1146-1155. doi:doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.01.019Go to metadata icon

Klinger, D. H., J. J. Dale, B. Machado, J. Incardona, C. J. Farwell, B. A. Block. 2015. Exposure to Deepwater Horizon weathered crude oil increases routine metabolic demand in chub mackerel, Scomber japonicus. Marine Pollution Bulletin.Go to metadata icon

Laetz, C.A., Hecht, S.A., Incardona, J.P., Collier, T.K., and Scholz, N.L. 2015. Ecological risk of mixtures. In: Aquatic ecotoxicology: advancing tools for dealing with emerging risks. C. Amiard-Triquet, J.-C. Amiard, and C. Mouneyrac (eds). Academic Press, pp. 441-462.Go to metadata icon

McIntyre, J. K., J. W. Davis, R. C. Edmunds, J. Incardona, N. L. Scholz, J. Stark. 2015.  Soil bioretention protects juvenile salmon and their prey from the toxic impacts of urban stormwater runoff. Chemosphere, 132:213-219.Go to metadata icon

Scholz, N. L., Incardona, J.P. 2015. Scaling PAH toxicity to fish early life stages. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 34:459-461.Go to metadata icon

Trainer, V. L., L. Moore, B. L. Eberhart, B. D. Bill, W. P. Cochlan, M. L. Wells, J. Incardona, T. L. Linbo, C. G. Trick. 2015. Characterizing toxic activity from Heterosigma akashiwo: a tale of two assays. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Harmful Algae.Go to metadata icon

Brette, F., B. Machado, C. Cros, J. Incardona, N. L. Scholz, B. A. Block. 2014. Crude oil impairs cardiac excitation-contraction coupling in fish. Science, 343:772-776.Go to metadata icon

Collier, T. K., B. F. Anulacion, M. R. Arkoosh, J. P. Dietrich, J. Incardona, L. L. Johnson, G. M. Ylitalo, M. S. Myers. 2014. Effects on Fish of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) and Naphthenic Acid Exposures. Pages 195-255 in Tierney, K. B. (Ed.) Organic Chemical Toxicology of Fishes. Elsevier, London.Go to metadata icon

Edmunds, et al. (2014). Toward Enhanced MIQE Compliance: Reference Residual Normalization of qPCR Gene Expression Data. J. Biomol. Tech. 25:2.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J.P., Gardner, L.D., Linbo, T.L., Swarts, T.L., Esbaugh, A.J., Mager, E.M., Stieglitz, J.D., French, B.L., Labenia, J.S., Laetz, C.A., Tagal, M., Sloan, C.A., Elizur, A., Benetti, D.D., Grosell, M., Block, B.A., and Scholz, N.L. 2014. Deepwater Horizon crude oil toxicity to the developing hearts of large predatory pelagic fish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111: 201320950.Go to metadata icon

 Mager E.M., Esbaugh, A.J., Stieglitz, J.D., Hoenig, R., Bodinier, C., Incardona, J.P., Scholz, N.L., Benetti, D.D., and Grosell, M. 2014. Acute embryonic or juvenile exposure to Deepwater Horizon crude oil impairs the swimming performance of mahi mahi (Coryphaena hippurus). Environmental Science and Technology, 48:7053-7061.Go to metadata icon

McIntyre, J.K., Davis, J.W., Incardona, J.P., Stark, J.D., and Scholz, N.L. 2014. Zebrafish and clean water technology: assessing the protective effects of bioinfiltration as a treatment for toxic urban runoff. Science of the Total Environment, 500-501:173-180.Go to metadata icon

West, J. E., S. M. O'Neill, D. C. Doty, G. M. Ylitalo, M. Dutch, J. Incardona. 2014. An evaluation of background levels and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in naturally spawned eggs of Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) from Puget Sound, Washington, USA. Science of the Total Environment, 499:114-124.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J.P., Swarts, T.H., Edmunds, R.C., Sloan, C.A., and Scholz, N.L. 2013. Exxon Valdez to Deepwater Horizon: comparable toxicity of both crude oils to fish early life stages. Aquatic Toxicology, 142-143:303-316.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J.P., Vines, C.A., Linbo, T.L., Myers, M.S., Labenia, J.S., French, B.L., Olson, O.P., Sol, S.Y., Willis, M.L., Jarvis, M., Newman, J., Meeks, D. Menard, K., Sloan, C.A., Baldwin, D.H., Ylitalo, G.M., Collier, T.K., Cherr, G.N. and Scholz, N.L. 2012 Potent phototoxicity of marine bunker oil to translucent herring embryos after prolonged weathering. PLoS ONE 7(2): e30116. Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., C. A. Vines, B. F. Anulacion, D. H. Baldwin, H. L. Day, B. L. French, J. S. Labenia, T. L. Linbo, M. S. Myers, O. P. Olson, C. A. Sloan, S. Y. Sol, F. J. Griffin, K. Menard, S. G. Morgan, E. H. Smith, J. E. West, T. K. Collier, G. M. Ylitalo, G. N. Cherr, N. L. Scholz. 2012. Unexpectedly high mortality in Pacific herring embryos exposed to the 2007 Cosco Busan oil spill in San Francisco Bay. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 109(2):E51-E58.Go to metadata icon

Hicken, C. E., T. L. Linbo, D. W. Baldwin, M. S. Myers, M. L. Willis, L. Holland, M. Larsen, M. S. Stekoll, S. D. Rice, T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz, J. Incardona. 2011. Sub-lethal exposure to crude oil during development alters cardiac morphology, swiming performance and fitness in adult fish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108:7086-7090.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., T. L. Linbo, N. L. Scholz. 2011. Cardiac toxicity of 5-ring polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons is differentially dependent on the aryl hydrocarbon receptor 2 isoform during zebrafish development. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 257:242-249.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz. 2011. Oil spills and fish health: exposing the heart of the matter. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 21:3-4.Go to metadata icon

Hatlen, K., C. A. Sloan, D. G. Burrows, T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz, J. Incardona. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Natural sunlight and residual fuel oils are an acutely lethal combination for fish embryos. Aquatic Toxicology, 99(1):56-64.Go to metadata icon

Scott, J. A., J. Incardona, K. Pelkki, P. V. Hodson, S. Shepardson. 2010. AhR2-mediated, CYPIA-Independent CardioVascular Toxicity in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos Exposed To Retene. Aquatic Toxicology.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., M. G. Carls, H. L. Day, C. A. Sloan, J. L. Bolton, T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz. 2009. Cardiac arrhythmia is the primary response of embryonic Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) exposed to crude oil during weathering. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(1):201-207.Go to metadata icon

Stehr, C. M., T. L. Linbo, D. H. Baldwin, N. L. Scholz, J. Incardona. 2009. Evaluating the effects of forestry herbicides on fish development using rapid phenotypic screens. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 29:975-984.Go to metadata icon

Carls, M. G., L. Holland, M. Larsen, T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz, J. Incardona. 2008. Fish embryos are damaged by dissolved PAHs, not oil particles. Aquatic Toxicology, 88:121-127.Go to metadata icon

Carvan III, M. J., J. Incardona, M. L. Rise. 2008. Meeting the Challenges of Aquatic Vertebrate Ecotoxicology. Bioscience, 58(11):1015-1025.Go to metadata icon

McCarthy, S. G., J. Incardona, N. L. Scholz. 2008. Coastal storms, toxic turnoff, and the sustainable conservation of fish and fisheries. American Fisheries Society Symposium, 64:7-27.Go to metadata icon

Lema, S. C., I. R. Schultz, N. L. Scholz, J. Incardona, P. Swanson. 2007. Cardiac arrhythmia, spinal defects and changes in cerebrospinal fluid flow in fish larvae following embryonic exposure to 2,2',4,4'-tetrabromodiphenyl ether (PBDE 47). Aquatic Toxicology, 82(4):296-307.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., H. L. Day, T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz. 2006. Developmental toxicity of 4-ring polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in zebrafish is differentially dependent on AH receptor isoforms and hepatic cytochrome P450 1A metabolism. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 217:308-321.Go to metadata icon

Linbo, T. L., C. M. Stehr, J. Incardona, N. L. Scholz. 2006. Dissolved copper triggers cell death in the peripheral mechanosensory system of larval fish. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25(2):597-603.Go to metadata icon

Stehr, C. M., T. L. Linbo, J. Incardona, N. L. Scholz. 2006. The developmental neurotoxicity of fipronil: notochord degeneration and locomotor defects in zebrafish embryos and larvae. Toxicological Sciences, 92:270-278.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., M. G. Carls, H. Teraoka, C. A. Sloan, T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz. 2005. Aryl hydrocarbon receptor-independant toxicity of weathered crude oil during fish development. Environmental Health Perspectives, 113:1755-1762.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J. 2005. From sensing cellular sterols to assembling sensory structures. Developmental Cell, 8:798-799.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., T. K. Collier, N. L. Scholz. 2004. Defects in cardiac function precede morphological abnormalities in fish embryos exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 196(2):191-205.Go to metadata icon