Tessa Pronk
Tessa Pronk
Researcher, KWR Water
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TitleCited byYear
Keratinocyte gene expression profiles discriminate sensitizing and irritating compounds
RJ Vandebriel, JLA Pennings, KA Baken, TE Pronk, A Boorsma, ...
Toxicological Sciences 117 (1), 81-89, 2010
Exploring the zebrafish embryo as an alternative model for the evaluation of liver toxicity by histopathology and expression profiling
M Driessen, AS Kienhuis, JLA Pennings, TE Pronk, EJ van de Brandhof, ...
Archives of toxicology 87 (5), 807-823, 2013
Could plant‐feeding nematodes affect the competition between grass species during succession in grasslands under restoration management?
BC Verschoor, TE Pronk, RGM De Goede, L Brussaard
Journal of Ecology 90 (5), 753-761, 2002
Applicability of a keratinocyte gene signature to predict skin sensitizing potential
JW van der Veen, TE Pronk, H van Loveren, J Ezendam
Toxicology in Vitro 27 (1), 314-322, 2013
Concentration-response analysis of differential gene expression in the zebrafish embryotoxicity test following flusilazole exposure
SAB Hermsen, TE Pronk, EJ van den Brandhof, LTM van der Ven, ...
Toxicological Sciences 127 (1), 303-312, 2012
Chemical class-specific gene expression changes in the zebrafish embryo after exposure to glycol ether alkoxy acids and 1, 2, 4-triazole antifungals
SAB Hermsen, TE Pronk, EJ van den Brandhof, LTM van der Ven, ...
Reproductive Toxicology 32 (2), 245-252, 2011
Operon structure of Staphylococcus aureus
NJP ten Broeke-Smits, TE Pronk, I Jongerius, O Bruning, FR Wittink, ...
Nucleic acids research 38 (10), 3263-3274, 2010
A Comparison of Gene Expression Responses in Rat Whole Embryo Culture and In Vivo: Time-Dependent Retinoic Acid-Induced Teratogenic Response
JF Robinson, A Verhoef, JLA Pennings, TE Pronk, AH Piersma
Toxicological Sciences 126 (1), 242-254, 2012
Gene set assembly for quantitative prediction of developmental toxicity in the embryonic stem cell test
JLA Pennings, DAM van Dartel, JF Robinson, TE Pronk, AH Piersma
Toxicology 284 (1-3), 63-71, 2011
Transcriptomic analysis in the developing zebrafish embryo after compound exposure: individual gene expression and pathway regulation
SAB Hermsen, TE Pronk, EJ van den Brandhof, LTM van der Ven, ...
Toxicology and applied pharmacology 272 (1), 161-171, 2013
Triazole-induced gene expression changes in the zebrafish embryo
SAB Hermsen, TE Pronk, EJ van den Brandhof, LTM van der Ven, ...
Reproductive Toxicology 34 (2), 216-224, 2012
In vivo murine hepatic microRNA and mRNA expression signatures predicting the (non-) genotoxic carcinogenic potential of chemicals
JPM Melis, KWJ Derks, TE Pronk, P Wackers, MM Schaap, E Zwart, ...
Archives of toxicology 88 (4), 1023-1034, 2014
Plants that differ in height investment can coexist if they are distributing non-uniformly within an area
TE Pronk, F Schieving, NPR Anten, MJA Werger
ecological complexity 4 (4), 182-191, 2007
A game theoretic analysis of research data sharing
TE Pronk, PH Wiersma, A van Weerden, F Schieving
PeerJ 3, e1242, 2015
Cyclosporine A treated in vitro models induce cholestasis response through comparison of phenotype-directed gene expression analysis of in vivo Cyclosporine A-induced cholestasis
AS Kienhuis, AP Vitins, JLA Pennings, TE Pronk, EN Speksnijder, ...
Toxicology letters 221 (3), 225-236, 2013
Comparison of the molecular topologies of stress-activated transcription factors HSF1, AP-1, NRF2, and NF-κB in their induction kinetics of HMOX1
TE Pronk, JW van der Veen, RJ Vandebriel, H van Loveren, EP de Vink, ...
Biosystems 124, 75-85, 2014
Gene expression markers in the zebrafish embryo reflect a hepatotoxic response in animal models and humans
M Driessen, AS Kienhuis, AP Vitins, JLA Pennings, TE Pronk, ...
Toxicology letters 230 (1), 48-56, 2014
Coexistence by temporal partitioning of the available light in plants with different height and leaf investments
TE Pronk, HJ During, F Schieving
ecological modelling 204 (3-4), 349-358, 2007
Benzo[a]pyrene-induced transcriptomic responses in primary hepatocytes and in vivo liver: Toxicokinetics is essential for in vivo–in vitro comparisons
PCE Van Kesteren, PE Zwart, MM Schaap, TE Pronk, ...
Archives of toxicology 87 (3), 505-515, 2013
Identification by gene coregulation mapping of novel genes involved in embryonic stem cell differentiation
JLA Pennings, DAM van Dartel, TE Pronk, PJM Hendriksen, AH Piersma
Stem cells and development 20 (1), 115-126, 2010
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