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Characterization of Reference Materials 8690 to 8693

February 13, 2023
Jessica Reiner, Benjamin Place, N. Alan Heckert, Katherine Peter, Alix Rodowa
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Reference Materials (RMs) 8690 Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in Aqueous Film-Forming Foams (AFFF) Formulation I, RM 8691 Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in Aqueous Film

Summary Report: Strategic Workshop on Management of PFAS in the Environment

November 30, 2022
Andrea Leeson, David Adamson, Lisa Alvarez-Cohen, Hunter Anderson, Frank Barranco, Christopher Bellona, Jens Blotevogel, Mark Brusseau, Michelle Crimi, Brian Crone, Rula Deeb, Dominic Di Toro, Craig Divine, Jennifer Field, Rajat Ghosh, Philip Gschwend, Jennifer Guelfo, Paul Hatzinger, Damian Helbling, Heather Henry, Christopher Higgins, Peter Jaffe, Detlef Knappe, Paul Koster van Groos, Linda Lee, Jinxia Liu, Shaily Mahendra, Carrie McDonough, Selma Mededovic, Marc Mills, Charles Newell, Carla Ng, Dung (Zoom) Nguyen, Bonnie Packer, Cara Patton, Graham Peaslee, Kurt Pennell, Jovan Popovic, Philip Potter, Joseph Quinnan, Maya Rabinowitz, Jessica L. Reiner, Stephen Richardson, Charles Schaefer, David Sedlak, Erin Shields, Jason Speicher, Thomas Speth, Timothy Strathmann, Hans Stroo, Timothy Thompson, Paul Tratnyek, Janice Willey

Life History, Contaminant and Histopathologic Assessment of Beluga Whales, Delphinapterus leucas, Harvested for Subsistence in Cook Inlet, Alaska, 1989-2005

November 16, 2022
Kathy Burek-Huntington, Kim Shelden, Kim Goetz, Barbara Mahoney, Dan Vos, Jessica L. Reiner, Jennifer Hoguet, Greg O'Corry-Crowe
Throughout the State of Alaska, ranging from the eastern Beaufort Sea to Bristol Bay, and within the boundaries of Cook Inlet, belugas are an important subsistence resource for Native communities. Cook Inlet belugas (CIBs, Delphinapterus leucas) are

Levels and profiles of perfluorinated alkyl acids in liver tissues of birds with different habitat types and trophic levels from an urbanized coastal region of South Korea

August 1, 2022
Sang Hee Hong, Jessica L. Reiner, Mi Jang, Stacy Schuur, Gi Myung Han, John Kucklick, Won Joon Shim
Contamination status and characteristics of perfluorinated alkyl acids (PFAAs) including perfluorinated carboxylic acids (PFCAs) and perfluorinated sulfonic acids (PFSAs) was examined using liver tissue of birds - blacktailed gulls (Larus crassirostris)

Biomonitoring of emerging DINCH metabolites in pregnant women in Charleston, SC: 2011-2014

January 1, 2021
Abby G. Wenzel, Jessica L. Reiner, Satomi Kohno, Bethany J. Wolf, John W. Brock, Lori Cruze, Roger B. Newman
Due to the mounting evidence that phthalates produce adverse endocrine effects in humans and wildlife, the use of other chemicals as replacements has increased. One of the most commonly encountered phthalate replacement is di(isononyl)cyclohexane-1,2

Identifying risk factors for levels of perfluoroalkyl substances in the placenta in a high-risk pregnancy cohort in North Carolina

December 31, 2020
Jacqueline T. Bangma, Lauren A. Eaves, Kirsi Oldenburg, Jessica L. Reiner, Tracy Manuck, Rebecca C. Fry
Prenatal exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a ubiquitous class of chemicals, is associated with adverse outcomes such as preeclampsia, low infant birth weight and later-life adiposity. The objectives of this study were to examine PFAS levels in

Perfluorinated Alkyl Acids and Fecundity Assessment in Striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge

April 1, 2018
John Bowden, Jacqueline T. Bangma, Jessica L. Reiner, Russell H. Lowers, Theresa M. Cantu, Jacob Scott, Jeffery Korte, Douglas M. Scheidt, Chris McDonough, Jonathan Tucker, Eric Reyier, Douglas H. Adams, Bonnie Ahr, Brenton Back
This study investigated wild caught Striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (MINWR) for levels of 15 perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) in tandem with fecundity measurements (n = 42) and oocyte developmental stages (n = 128)

Analysis of PFAAs in American alligators Part 1: Concentrations in alligators harvested for consumption during South Carolina public hunts.

November 29, 2017
Jessica Tipton, Louis J. Guillette, Benjamin B. Parrott, Thomas R. Rainwater, Jessica L. Reiner
Environmental contamination resulting from the production or release of harmful chemicals can lead to negative consequences for wildlife and human health. Perfluorinated alkyl acids (PFAAs) were historically produced as protective coatings for many

Analysis of PFAAs in American alligators Part 2: Potential dietary exposure of South Carolina hunters from recreationally harvested alligator meat

November 29, 2017
Jessica Tipton, Louis J. Guillette, Susan Lovelace, Benjamin B. Parrott, Thomas R. Rainwater, Jessica L. Reiner
Exposure to perfluorinated alkyl acids (PFAAs) has been linked to many harmful health effects including reproductive disorders, developmental delays, and altered liver and kidney function. Most human exposure to environmental contaminants, including PFAAs

Tissue Distribution of Perfluoroalkyl Acids (PFAAs) and Health Status in Wild Mozambique Tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) from Loskop Dam, Mpumalanga, South Africa

November 29, 2017
Jacqueline T. Bangma, Jessica L. Reiner, Hannes Botha, Theresa M. Cantu, Marco Gouws, Matthew P. Guillette, Jeremy P. Koelmel, Wilmien Luus-Powell, Olivia Rynders, Joseph Sara, Willem J. Smit, John Bowden
This study collected male Mozambique tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) from Loskop Dam, Mpumalanga, South Africa in 2014 and 2016 to investigate the levels of 15 perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) across six tilapia tissues. Nine of the 15 PFAAs were detected

Associations between perfluorinated alkyl acids measured in blood and ovarian follicular fluid and ovarian function in women undergoing assisted reproductive treatment

June 26, 2017
Jessica A. Cloy-McCoy, Jacqueline T. Bangma, Jessica L. Reiner, John Bowden, John Schnorr, Michael Slowey, Tom O'Leary, Louis J. Guillette, Benjamin B. Parrott
Endocrine disrupting contaminants, in combination with other environmental variables, are associated with altered reproductive health. Assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedures offer valuable opportunities to explore the connections between

Perfluorinated Alkyl Acids in the Plasma of American Alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) from Florida and South Carolina

April 4, 2017
Jessica L. Reiner, John Bowden, Ian Christie, Matthew P. Guillette, Russell H. Lowers, Arnold Brunell, Phillip M. Wilkinson, Jacqueline T. Bangma, Thomas R. Rainwater, Louis J. Guillette Jr., Martin Jones
This study was the first to quantitate fourteen perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) in 125 adult American alligators at twelve sites across the southeastern US. Of those fourteen PFAAs, nine were commonly detected. Males as a group (across all sites) showed a

Spatial variation in perfluoroalkyl acids in a population of wild American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (MINWR) surrounding the Kennedy Space Center (KSC)

January 26, 2017
John Bowden, Jacqueline T. Bangma, Martin Jones, Russell H. Lowers, Frances Nilsen, Jessica L. Reiner, Thomas R. Rainwater, Stephen E. Somerville, Louis J. Guillette Jr.
This study aimed to quantify fourteen perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) in the plasma of a population of alligators located at Merritt Island national Wildlife Refuge (MINWR). Male (n = 117) and female (n = 112) alligators were sampled in every month during

Lessons Learned from Monitoring Organic Contaminants in Three Decades of Marine Samples from the Pacific Basin Archived at the USA’s Marine Environmental Specimen Bank

December 1, 2016
Stacy S. Schuur, Paul R. Becker, Colleen E. Bryan Sallee, Rebecca S. Pugh, Jared M. Ragland, Jessica L. Reiner, Jennifer Trevillian, Michele M. Schantz
The USA’s Marine Environmental Specimen Bank (ESB) has archived marine wildlife collections dating back to 1976. Numerous lessons have been learned including collecting the correct species and tissues for environmental contaminant monitoring, developing

Perfluorinated Alkyl Acids in the Plasma of South African Crocodiles (Crocodylus niloticus)

July 1, 2016
Jessica L. Reiner, John Bowden, Ian Christie, Matthew P. Guillette, Theresa M. Cantu, Russell H. Lowers, Hannes Botha, Wilmien Luus-Powell, Willem J. Smit, Danny Govender, Danie Pienaar, Louis J. Guillette Jr.
Perfluorinated alkyl acids (PFAAs) are environmental contaminants that have been used in many products for over 50 years. Interest and concern has grown since 2000 on the widespread presence of PFAAs, when it was discovered that PFAAs were present in

Organohalogen contaminants and vitamins in Northern Fur Seals (Callorhinus ursinus) collected during subsistence hunts in Alaska

January 1, 2016
Jessica L. Reiner, Paul R. Becker, Jennifer M. Lynch, Amanda J. Moors, Jennifer M. Ness, Rebecca S. Pugh, Catherine A. Rimmer, John R. Kucklick, Matthew O. Gribble, Danielle Peterson, Jody Rhoderick, Jennifer Trevillian
During native subsistence hunts from 1987 to 2007, blubber and liver samples from 50 subadult male northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) were collected on St. Paul Island, Alaska. Samples were analyzed for legacy persistent organic pollutants (POPs)

Perfluorinated Alkyl Acids in Wildlife

April 21, 2015
Jessica L. Reiner, Benjamin J. Place
The first measurements of perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) in wildlife from the aqueous and terrestrial environment showed their ubiquitous presence. Since the initial studies in 2001 their presence, distribution, and fate in the environment has broadly

Perfluorinated Alkyl Acids in Abiotic Standard Reference Materials

April 1, 2015
Jessica L. Reiner, Jennifer M. Lynch, Andrea Blaine, Christopher Higgins, Carin Huset, Thomas Jenkins, Christiaan Kwadijk, Cleston Lange, Derek Muir, William K. Reagen, Courtney Rich, Jeff Small, Mark J. Strynar, John Washington, Hoon Yoo
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has a wide range of Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) which have values assigned for legacy organic pollutants and toxic elements. Existing SRMs serve as homogenous materials that can be used for

Development of a Standard Reference Material for Metabolomics Research

November 4, 2013
Karen W. Phinney, Guillaume Ballihaut, Mary Bedner, Johanna Camara, Steven J. Christopher, William C. Davis, Nathan G. Dodder, Brian E. Lang, Stephen E. Long, Mark S. Lowenthal, Elizabeth A. McGaw, Karen E. Murphy, Bryant C. Nelson, Jocelyn L. Prendergast, Jessica L. Reiner, Catherine A. Rimmer, Lane C. Sander, Michele M. Schantz, Katherine E. Sharpless, Lorna T. Sniegoski, Susan S. Tai, Jeanice M. Brown Thomas, Thomas W. Vetter, Michael J. Welch, Stephen A. Wise, Laura J. Wood, William F. Guthrie, Robert C. Hagwood, Stefan D. Leigh, James H. Yen, Nien F. Zhang, Madhu Chaurhary-Webb, Huiping Chen, Bridgette Haynes, Donna J. LaVoie, Leslie F. McCoy, Shahzad S. Momin, Neelima Paladugula, Elizabeth C. Pendergrast, Christine M. Pfeiffer, Carissa D. Powers, Zia Fazili-Qari, Daniel Rabinowitz, Michael E. Rybak, Rosemary L. Schleicher, Mary Xu, Mindy Zhang, Arthur L. Castle, Brandi S. Benford, Gauthier Eppe

Persistent Organic Pollutants and Vitamins in Northern Fur Seals (Callorhinus ursinus) Collected from St. Paul Island, Alaska as Part of the Alaska Marine Mammal Tissue Archival Project

August 1, 2013
John R. Kucklick, Jessica L. Reiner, Michele M. Schantz, Jennifer M. Lynch, Jennifer Trevillian, Catherine A. Rimmer, Rebecca S. Pugh, Jody Rhoderick, Jennifer Ness, Paul R. Becker, Danielle Peterson
Liver and blubber samples from 50 juvenile male northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) were collected on St. Paul Island from four different seal rookeries between 1987 and 2007. Samples were analyzed for vitamins and for both legacy and current-use