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Greg Dooley
Director of Analytical Services

Phone: (970) 491-5128
Fax: (970) 491-7569
Email:gregory.dooley@colostate.edu
Office: 138 Physiology Building

 

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Research Interests

Dr. Dooley is the Director of the CEM Analytical Laboratory and supervises all the organic chemical analysis performed in the laboratory. His research involves the development of analytical methods utilizing state of the art instrumentation to measure organic molecules of current interest. With the rapid improvements in analytical technologies, we are able to greatly improve the selectivity and sensitivity of our analytical methods for trace level chemical analysis.

Selected Publications

  • Dooley GP, Ashley AK, Legare ME, Handa RJ, Hanneman WH. 2010.  Proteomic Analysis of Diaminochlorotriazine (DACT) Adducts in three brain regions of Wister Rats.  Toxicol Lett. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 20688138
  • Poole JA, Dooley GP, Saito R, Burrell AM, Bailey KL, Romberger DJ, Mehaffy J, Reynolds SJ. 2010.  Muramic acid, endotoxin, 3-hydroxy fatty acids, and ergosterol content explain monocyte and epithelial cell inflammatory responses to agricultural dusts.  J Toxicol Environ Health A. 73684-700. PMID: 20391112
  • Dooley GP, Reardon KF, Prenni JE, Tjalkens RB, Legare ME, Foradori CD, Tessari JE, Hanneman WH. 2008.  Proteomic analysis of diaminochlorotriazine adducts in wistar rat pituitary glands and LBT2 rat pituitary cells. Chem Res Toxicol.  21, 844-51. PMID: 18370413
  • Dooley GP, Hanneman WH, Carbone DL, Legare ME, Andersen ME, Tessari JD. 2007.  Development of an immunochemical detection method for atrazine-induced albumin adducts. Chem Res Toxicol.  20,1061-6. PMID: 17567052
  • Dooley, GP, Prenni, JE, Prentiss, PL, Cranmer, BK, Andersen, ME, Tessari, JD. 2006.  Identification of a Novel Hemoglobin Adduct in Sprague Dawley Rats Exposed to Atrazine. Chem. Res. Toxicol.  19, 692-700. PMID: 16696572

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    Environmental & Radiological Health Sciences

    1681Campus Delivery
    Fort Collins, CO 80523
    Phone: (970) 491-7038
    Fax: (970) 491-2940
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