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Baur J.A. and Sinclair D.A. 2008. What is xenohormesis? American Journal of Pharmacology & Toxicology. 3(1):152-159.

Calabrese E.J. 2000. Radiation hormesis: its historical foundation as a biological hypothesis. Human & Experimental Toxicology. 19:41-75.

Calabrese E.J. 2002. Hormesis: changing view of the dose-response, a personal account of the history and current status. Mutation Research. 511:181-9.

Calabrese E.J. 2005. Historical blunders: how toxicology got the dose-response relationship half right. Cellular & Molecular Biology. 51(7):643-654.

Calabrese E.J. 2005. Paradigm lost, paradigm found: the re-emergence of hormesis as a fundamental dose response model in the toxicological sciences. Environmental Pollution. 138:379-411.

Calabrese E.J. 2005. Toxicological awakenings: the rebirth of hormesis as a central pillar of toxicology. Toxicology & Applied Pharmacology. 204:1-8.

Calabrese E.J. 2008. Hormesis: principles and applications for pharmacology and toxicology. American Journal of Pharmacology & Toxicology. 3(1):59-71.

Calabrese E.J. 2010. Hormesis is central to toxicology, pharmacology and risk assessment. Human & Experimental Toxicology. 29(4):249-61.

Calabrese E.J. 2013. Hormesis: toxicological foundations and role in aging research. Experimental Gerontology. 48(1):99-102.

Calabrese E.J. and Baldwin L.A. 1999. Chemical hormesis: its historical foundations as a biological hypothesis. Toxicological Pathology. 27:195-216.

Calabrese E.J. and Baldwin L.A. 2003. Hormesis: the dose-response revolution. Annual Review of Pharmacology &Toxicology. 43:175-97.

Gray G. 2011. Hormesis in regulatory risk assessment: science and science policy. Dose Response. 9(2):158-64.

Hansson S. 2008. Ethical principles for hormesis policies. Human & Experimental Toxicology. 27(8):609-12.

Henschler D. 2006. The origin of hormesis: historical background and driving forces. Human & Experimental Toxicology. 25(7):347-351.

Hoffmann G.R. and Stempsey W.E. 2008. The hormesis concept and risk assessment: are there unique ethical and policy considerations? Human & Experimental Toxicology. 27(8):613-620.

Jones A.C. 2010. What Toxicologists and Risk Assessors think about Hormesis: Results of a Knowledge and Opinion Survey. Dissertation: Amherst, University of Massachusetts.

Renn O. 2008. An ethical appraisal of hormesis: towards a rational discourse on the acceptability of risks and benefits. American Journal of Pharmacology & Toxicology. 3(1):168-184.

Rozman K.K. and Doull J. 2003. Scientific foundations of hormesis. Part 2. Maturation, strengths, limitations, and possible applications in toxicology, pharmacology, and epidemiology. Critical Reviews in Toxicology. 33(3-4):451-62.

Sandin P. 2008. The ethics of hormesis–no fuss? Human & Experimental Toxicology. 27(8):643-646.

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