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Aktuellste Publikationen

See also: Editorial activities related to the MAK commission (MAK- and BAT values/MAK Collection for Occupational Health and Safety)


Ott D.B., Hartwig A., Stilman M.J.

Competition between Al3+ und Fe3+ binding to human transferin and toxicological implications: Structural investigations using ultra-high resolution ESI MS and CD spectroscopy

Metallomics (2019)


Weber S., Schmidt T., Schumacher P., Kuballa T., Mildau G., Walch S. G., Hartwig A. Lachenmeier D. W.

Quantification of Mineral Oil Aromatic Hydrocarbons (MOAH) in Anhydrous Cosmetics Using 1H NMR

Journal Of Chemistry (2019)


Schoch, S., Seb V., Gajewski S., Golubev V., Strauch B., Hartwig A., Köberle B.

Acitivity profile of the cisplatin analogue PN149 in different tumor cell

Biochemical Pharmacology (2018)


Hartwig A.

Mechanisms of action of toxic and carcinogenic metal compounds [Wirkmechanismen toxischer und kanzerogener Metallverbindungen

BioSpektrum (2018)


Fischbach, A., A. Kruger, S. Hampp, G. Assmann, L. Rank, M. Hufnagel, M. T. Stockl, J. M. F. Fischer, S. Veith, P. Rossatti, M. Ganz, E. Ferrando-May, A. Hartwig, K. Hauser, L. Wiesmuller, A. Burkle, A. Mangerich

The C-terminal domain of p53 orchestrates the interplay between non-covalent and covalent poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation of p53 by PARP1.

Nucleic Acids Research (2018)


Hartwig A., Drexler H.

Grenzwerte am Arbeitsplatz und in der Umwelt: Philosophie und Umsetzung

ASU Arbeitsmed Sozialmed Umweltmed, Ausgabe 10-2017 (2017) 


Klotz K., Weistenhöfer W., Neff F., Hartwig A., van Thriel C., Drexler H.

Gesundheitliche Auswirkungen einer Aluminiumexposition

Deutsches Ärzteblatt, Jg. 114, Heft 39 (2017) 


Strauch B.M., Niemand R.K., Winkelbeiner N.L., Hartwig A.

Comparison between micro- and nanosized copper oxide and water soluble copper chloride: interrelationship between intracellular copper concentrations, oxidative stress and DNA damage response in human lung cells

Particle and Fibre Toxicology (2017) (Open Access)


Hartwig A., Jahnke G.
Metalle (S.745-772)
in: Greim H (Hrsg), Das Toxikologiebuch: Grundlagen, Verfahren, Bewertung, Wiley-VCH Verlag, April 2017


Hartwig A., Jahnke G.
Toxic metals and metalloids in foods
in: Schrenk D (ed), Chemical contaminants and residues in food, 2ndedition. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge (in press)


Piberger A. L., Krüger C., Strauch B. M., Schneider B., Hartwig A.

BPDE-induced genotoxicity: relationship between DNA adducts, mutagenicity in the in vitro PIG-A assay, and the transcriptional response to DNA damage in TK6 cells

Archives of Toxicology (2017) (Epub ahead of print)


Koch B., Maser E., Hartwig A.

Low concentrations of antimony impair DNA damage signaling and the repair of radiation-induced DSB in HeLa S3 cells

Archives of Toxicology (2017) (Epub ahead of print)


Lachenmeier D. W., Mildau G., Krause A., Marx G., Walch S. W., Hartwig A., Kuballa T.

Evaluation of mineral oil saturated hydrocarbons (MOSH) and mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH) in pure mineral hydrocarbon-based cosmetics and cosmetic raw materials using 1H NMR spectroscopy

F1000Research (2017) (Epub ahead of print)


Hartwig A., Jahnke G.

Metals and their compunds as contaminants in food: arsenic, cadmium, lead and aluminium

Bundesgesundheitsblatt Gesundheitsforschung Gesundheitsschutz (2017) (Epub ahead of print)


Olsen A. K., Dertinger S.D., Krueger C. T., Eide D. M., Instanes C., Brunborg G., Hartwig A., Graupner A.

The PIG-A gene mutation assay in mice and human cells: a review

Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol (2017) (Epub ahead of print)


Scheller J. S., Irvine G. W., Wong D. L., Hartwig A., Stillman M. J.

Stepwise copper(I) binding to metallothionein: a mixed cooperative and non-cooperative mechanism for all 20 copper ions

Metallomics (2017) (Epub ahead of print)


Bestgen S., Seidl C., Wiesner T., Zimmer A., Falk., Köberle B., Austeri M., Paradies J., Bräse S., Schepers U., Roesky P.W.

Double-Strand DNA breaks induced by paracyclophane gold(I) complexes

Chem Eur J  (2017) 


Raulf M., Weiss T., Lotz A., Lehnert M., Hoffmeyer F., Liebers V., Van Gelder R., Käfferlein H. U., Hartwig A., Pesch B., Brüning T.

Analysis of inflammatory markers and metals in nasal lavage fliud of welders

Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A (2016) 


Lyapunova AG., Danilkina NA., Khlebnikov AF., Köberle B., Bräse S., Balova IA.

Oxaenediynes through the Nicholas-type macrocyclization approach

Eur. J. Org. Chem. (2016) (Epub ahead of print)

Fischer B.M., Hartwig A.

Aufklärung toxischer Wirkmechanismen mittels Hochdurchsatz-RT-qPCR

BIOsprektrum (2016), 05.16, 22. Jahrgang, S.499-500

Köberle B., Koch B., Fischer B.M., Hartwig A.

Single nucleotide polymorphisms in DNA repair genes and putative cancer risk

Arch Toxicol. (2016) (Epub ahead of print)


Cetraz M., Sen V., Schoch S., Streule, K., Golubev V., Hartwig A., Köberle B.

Platinum(IV)-nitroxyl complexes as possible candidates to circumvent cisplatin resistance in RT112 bladder cancer cells

Archives of Toxicology (2016) (Epub ahead of print)


Beyersmann D., Hartwig A.

Metalle Nickel

in: Handbuch Umweltmedizin, Wichmann HE, Fromme H (Hrsg), 56. Erg.Lfg. 5/16 ecomed Verlag, VI-3, S1-21

Krüger C.T., Fischer B.M. Armant O., Morath V., Strähle U., Hartwig A.

The in vitro PIG-A gene mutation assay: glycosylphosphatidylinositiol (GPI)-related genotype-to-phenotype relationship in TK6 cells

Archives of Toxicology (2016), Volume 90, Issue 7, Pages 1729-1736

Fleck C. S., Sauter F., Pfeiffer E., Metzler M., Hartwig A., Köberle B.

DNA damage and repair kinetics of te Alternaria mycotoxins alternariol, altertoxin II and stemphyltoxin III in cultered cells

Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis (2016) [In Press]

Volz N., Greim H., Hartwig A.

Derivation of a threshold for genotoxic carcinogens: An insight into the procedure of the MAK Commission for compounds classified in Carcinogen Category 5

Toxicology Letters (2015), Volume 238, Issue 2, Supplement, Pages 109

Krüger CT, Hofmann M, Hartwig A.

The in vitro PIG-A gene mutation assay: mutagenicity testing via flow cytometry based on the glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI) status of TK6 cells

Arch Toxicol. (2015) 89:2429-2443.