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Hufnagel M., Neuberger R., Wall J., Link M., Friesen A., Hartwig A.
Impact of Differentiated Macrophage-Like Cells on the Transcriptional Toxicity Profile of CuO Nanoparticles in Co-Cultured Lung Epithelial Cells

Köberle B., Schoch S.
Platinum Complexes in Colorectal Cancer and Other Solid Tumors
Cancers (2021)

Wedler N., Matthäus T., Strauch B., Dilger E., Waterstraat M., Mangerich A., Hartwig A.
Impact of the Cellular Zinc Status on PARP-1 Activity and Genomic Stability in HeLa S3 Cells

 
Witkiewicz-Kucharczyk A., Goch W., Oledzki J., Hartwig A., Bal W.
The reaction of H2O2 and GSNO with the zinc finger motif of XPA. Not a regulatory mechanism, but no synergy with cadmium toxicity
Molecules (2020)
 
Schoch S., Gajewski S., Rothfuß J., Hartwig A., Köberle B.
Comparative study of the mode of action of clinically approved platinum-based chemotherapeutics
 
Aberle L., Krüger A., Reber J., Lippmann M., Hufnagel M., Schmalz M., Trussina I., Schlesiger S., Zubel T., Schütz K., Marx A., Hartwig A., Ferrando-May E., Bürkle A., Mangerich A.
PARP1 catalytic variants reveal beanching and chain length-specific functions of poly(ADP-ribose) in cellular physiology and stress response
 
Gajewski S., Hartwig A.
PARP1 is required for ATM-mediated p53 acivation and p53-mediated gene expression after ionizing radiation
 
Hartwig A., Arand M., Epe B., Guth S., Jahnke G., Lampen A., Martus H.-J., Monien B., Rietjens I. M. C. M., Schmitz-Spanke S., Schriever-Schwemmer G., Steinberg P., Eisenbrand G.
Mode of action-based risk assessment of genotoxic carcinogens
 
Hufnagel M., Schoch S., Wall J., Strauch B.M., Hartwig A.
Toxicity and Gene Expression Profiling of Copper- and Titanium-Based Nanoparticles Using Air-Liquid-Interface Exposure
 
Strauch B.M., Hubele W., Hartwig A.
Impact of Endocytosis and Lysosomal Acidification on the Toxicity of Copper Oxide Nano- and Microsized Particles: Uptake and Gene Expression Related to Oxidative Stress and the DNA Damage Response