nanotechnology journal articles

 Submitted or in-press

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 Journeay WS, Omar A, Carette S. Skeletal muscle metastasis mimicking a shoulder effusion. Journal of Rheumatology  In review Feb 2013
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Journeay WS, Goldman RH. Occupational Handling of Nickel Nanoparticles: A Case Report.  American J Industrial Medicine - In Preparation 2013

Published or Accepted

1) Journeay WS, Clarke G, Al-Amri A. Subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord with a novel dysosmia. Canadian J Neurological Sciences 39(5): 678-680, 2012
2) Mahmoudi M, Azadmanesh K, Shokrgozar MA, Journeay WS, Laurent S. Effect of nanoparticles on the cell life cycle. Chemical Reviews 111(5): 3407-3432,  2011
3) Mahmoudi M, Hosseinkhani H, Hosseinkhani M, Boutry S,  Simchi A, Journeay WS, Subramani K, Laurent S. Magnetic resonance imaging tracking of stem cells in vivo using iron oxide nanoparticles as a tool for the advancement of clinical regenerative medicine. Chemical Reviews 111(2): 253-280, 2011
4) Armstrong RG, Seely AJ, Kilby D, Journeay WS, Kenny GP. Cardiovascular and thermal responses to repeated head-up tilts following exercise-induced heat stress. Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine 81(7): 646-653, 2010
5) Kenny GP, Gagnon D, Shiff D, Armstrong R,  Journeay WS, Kilby D. Influence of nonthermal baroreceptor modulation of heat loss responses to repeated head-up tilts during uncompensable heat stress. European Journal of Applied Physiology  108(3): 541-548, 2010
6) Journeay WS,  Burnstein MD. Pandemic influenza: implications for occupational medicine. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology 4:15 , 2009
7) Kenny GP, Journeay WS. Human thermoregulation: separating thermal and nonthermal effects on heat loss. Invited review series on thermal physiology: Frontiers in Bioscience 15: 259-290, 2010
8) Journeay WS, Suri SS, Moralez JG, Fenniri H, Singh B. Macrophage inflammatory responses to self-assembling rosette nanotubes. Small 5(12): 1446-1452, 2009
9) Journeay WS, Suri SS, Moralez JG, Fenniri H, Singh B. Rosette nanotubes show low acute pulmonary toxicity in vivo. International Journal of Nanomedicine 3 (3): 373-383, 2008
10) Journeay WS, Suri SS, Moralez JG, Fenniri H, Singh B. Low inflammatory activation by self-assembling rosette nanotubes in human Calu-3 pulmonary epithelial cells. Small 4(6): 817-823, 2008
11) Journeay WS, Suri SS, Fenniri H, Singh B. High-aspect ratio nanoparticles in nanotoxicology. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 4: 128-129, 2008
12) Kenny GP, Leclair E, Sigal RJ, Journeay WS, Kilby D, Nettlefold L, Reardon FD, Jay O. Menstrual cycle and oral contraceptive use do not modify post-exercise heat loss responses.  J Applied Physiology 105:1156-1165, 2008
13) Kenny GP, Gagnon D, Jay O, McInnis N, Journeay WS, Reardon FD. Can supine recovery mitigate the exercise intensity dependent attenuation in postexercise heat loss responses? Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism 33(4): 682-689, 2008
14) Gagnon D, Jay O, Reardon FD, Journeay WS, Kenny GP. Hyperthermia modifies the nonthermal contribution to postexercise heat loss responses. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 40: 513-522, 2008
15) Journeay, W.S., Janardhan, K., Singh, B. Expression and function of endothelial monocyte-activating polypeptide II in acute lung inflammation. Inflammation Research 56: 175-181, 2007
16) Journeay, W.S., Jay, O., McInnis, N., Leclair, E., Kenny, G.P. Postexercise heat Loss and hemodynamics during head-down tilt are similar between genders. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39: 1308-1314, 2007
17) Kenny GP, Jay O, Journeay WS. Disturbance of thermal homeostasis following dynamic exercise. Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism 32: 818-837, 2007. REVIEW
18) Journeay WS, Carter III R, Kenny GP. Thermoregulatory control following dynamic exercise. Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine 77: 1174-1182, 2006 REVIEW
19) McInnis NH, Journeay WS, Jay O, Leclair EE, Kenny GP. 15° Head-down tilt attenuates the postexercise reduction in cutaneous vascular conductance and sweating and decreases esophageal temperature recovery time. J Applied Physiology 101:840-47, 2006.
20) Kenny GP, Jay O, Zaleski W, Reardon ML, Sigal RJ, Journeay WS, Reardon FD. Postexercise hypotension causes a prolonged perturbation in esophageal and active muscle temperature recovery. Am J Physiol: Reg Integ Comp Physiol 291:R580-R588, 2006 *Special Call for Papers: Physiology and Pharmacology of Temperature Regulation
21) Kenny GP, Murrin JE, Journeay WS, Reardon FD. Differences in the postexercise threshold for vasodilation between men and women. Am J Physiol: Reg Integ Comp Physiol 290:R172 - R179, 2006 *Special Call for Papers: Physiology and Pharmacology of Temperature Regulation
22) Journeay WS, Reardon FD, McInnis N, Kenny GP. Nonthermoregulatory control of cutaneous vascular conductance and sweating during recovery from dynamic exercise in females. J Applied Physiology, 99:1816-21, 2005
23) Kenny GP, Journeay WS. The postexercise increase in the threshold for cutaneous vasodilation and sweating is not observed with extended recovery Can J Appl Physiol 30 (1): 113-121, 2005.
24) Journeay W.S, Reardon FD, Jean-Gilles S, Martin CR, Kenny GP. Lower body positive and negative pressure alter thermal and hemodynamic responses after exercise. Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine 75: 841-849, 2004
25) Journeay WS, Reardon FD, Martin CR, Kenny GP. Control of cutaneous vascular conductance and sweating during recovery from dynamic exercise in humans. J Applied Physiology 96: 2207-12, 2004
26) Kenny GP, Periard J, Journeay WS, Sigal RJ, Reardon FD. Cutaneous active vasodilation in humans during passive heating postexercise. J Applied Physiology 95:1025-1031, 2003
27) Kenny GP, Periard J, Journeay WS, Sigal RJ, Reardon FD. Effect of exercise intensity on the postexercise sweating threshold. J Applied Physiology 95:2355-2360, 2003.
28) Journeay WS, Reardon FD,  Kenny GP. Cardiovascular responses to apneic facial immersion during altered cardiac filling. J Applied Physiology 94:2249-2254, 2003.