Emily Willingham
Emily Willingham
Unknown affiliation
Verified email at urology.ucsf.edu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Demasculinization and feminization of male gonads by atrazine: Consistent effects across vertebrate classes
TB Hayes, VR Beasley, S De Solla, T Iguchi, H Ingraham, P Kestemont, ...
The Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology, 2011
3172011
Endocrine disruptors: present issues, future directions
D Crews, E Willingham, JK Skipper
The Quarterly Review of Biology 75 (3), 243-260, 2000
2192000
No threshold dose for estradiol-induced sex reversal of turtle embryos: how little is too much?
DM Sheehan, E Willingham, D Gaylor, JM Bergeron, D Crews
Environmental Health Perspectives 107 (2), 155-159, 1999
1911999
Sex reversal effects of environmentally relevant xenobiotic concentrations on the red-eared slider turtle, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination
E Willingham, D Crews
General and Comparative Endocrinology 113 (3), 429-435, 1999
1751999
Candidate genes and their response to environmental agents in the etiology of hypospadias
E Willingham, LS Baskin
Nature Clinical Practice Urology 4 (5), 270-279, 2007
802007
Up-regulation of estrogen responsive genes in hypospadias: microarray analysis
Z Wang, BC Liu, GT Lin, CS Lin, TF Lue, E Willingham, LS Baskin
The Journal of urology 177 (5), 1939-1946, 2007
752007
Aromatase activity during embryogenesis in the brain and adrenal–kidney–gonad of the red-eared slider turtle, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination
E Willingham, R Baldwin, JK Skipper, D Crews
General and Comparative Endocrinology 119 (2), 202-207, 2000
742000
Activating transcription factor 3 is up-regulated in patients with hypospadias
B Liu, Z Wang, G Lin, K Agras, M Ebbers, E Willingham, LS Baskin
Pediatric research 58 (6), 1280-1283, 2005
722005
Embryonic exposure to the fungicide vinclozolin causes virilization of females and alteration of progesterone receptor expression in vivo: an experimental study in mice
J Buckley, E Willingham, K Agras, LS Baskin
Environmental Health 5 (1), 1-6, 2006
702006
Developmental synergism of steroidal estrogens in sex determination.
JM Bergeron, E Willingham, CT Osborn 3rd, T Rhen, D Crews
Environmental Health Perspectives 107 (2), 93-97, 1999
691999
Endocrine disruptors and hypospadias: role of genistein and the fungicide vinclozolin
MLB Vilela, E Willingham, J Buckley, BC Liu, K Agras, Y Shiroyanagi, ...
Urology 70 (3), 618-621, 2007
642007
Embryonic treatment with xenobiotics disrupts steroid hormone profiles in hatchling red-eared slider turtles (Trachemys scripta elegans).
E Willingham, T Rhen, JT Sakata, D Crews
Environmental Health Perspectives 108 (4), 329-332, 2000
642000
Urothelial sonic hedgehog signaling plays an important role in bladder smooth muscle formation
Y Shiroyanagi, B Liu, M Cao, K Agras, J Li, MH Hsieh, EJ Willingham, ...
Differentiation 75 (10), 968-977, 2007
552007
Activating transcription factor 3 is estrogen-responsive in utero and upregulated during sexual differentiation
B Liu, K Agras, E Willingham, MLB Vilela, LS Baskin
Hormone Research in Paediatrics 65 (5), 217-222, 2006
552006
In utero exposure to benzophenone-2 causes hypospadias through an estrogen receptor dependent mechanism
MH Hsieh, EC Grantham, B Liu, R Macapagal, E Willingham, LS Baskin
The Journal of urology 178 (4S), 1637-1642, 2007
532007
The red-eared slider turtle: an animal model for the study of low doses and mixtures
E Willingham, D Crews
American Zoologist 40 (3), 421-428, 2000
532000
Role of steroidogenic factor 1 and aromatase in temperature‐dependent sex determination in the red‐eared slider turtle
D Crews, A Fleming, E Willingham, R Baldwin, JK Skipper
Journal of Experimental Zoology 290 (6), 597-606, 2001
522001
Endocrine-disrupting compounds and mixtures: unexpected dose–response
E Willingham
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 46 (2), 265-269, 2004
402004
The effects of atrazine and temperature on turtle hatchling size and sex ratios
EJ Willingham
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (6), 309-313, 2005
372005
Incubation Temperature Influences Sex-Steroid Levels in Juvenile Red-Eared Slider Turtles, Trachemys scripta, a Species with Temperature-Dependent Sex …
T Rhen, E Willingham, JT Sakata, D Crews
Biology of Reproduction 61 (5), 1275-1280, 1999
341999
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20