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Establishing the background level of base oxidation in human lymphocyte DNA: results of an interlaboratory validation study

The ASEB Journal (2005)

Schwerdtle T., Walter I., Hartwig A.

Arsenic in drinking water: Exposure data, metabolism in humans and toxicological consequences

Proceedings (2005)

Hamann I., Schwerdtle T., Jahnke G., Blessing H., Hall C., Hartwig A.

Copper and selenium: essential trace elements with toxicological impact

Food Chem (2005)

Berner Z., Menzel C., Zeller A., Eckhardt J.D., Stüben D., Hartwig A.

Analytical Procedure for the Quantification of in vitro Induced Pt- and Pd-DNA Adducts in Human Lung Cells

Palladium Emissions in the Environment (2005)

Burmeister B., Schwerdtle T., Poser I., Müller W.U., Rettenmeier A.W., Hartwig A., Seemayer N.H., Dopp E.

Effects of asbestos on initiation of DNA damage, induction of DNA strand breaks, P53-expression and apoptosis in primary, SV40-transformed and malignant human mesothelial cells

Mutat Res (2004)

Blessing H., Kraus S., Heindl P., Bal W., Hartwig A.

Interaction of selenium compounds with zinc finger proteins involved in DNA repair

Eur J Biochem (2004)

Kopera E., Schwerdtle T., Hartwig A., Bal W.

Co(II) and Cd(II) substitute for Zn(II) in the zinc finger derived from the DNA repair protein XPA, demonstrating a variety of potential mechanisms of toxicity

Chem Res Toxicol (2004)

Hartwig A., Blessing H., Schwerdtle T., Walter I.

Zinkfingerstrukturen in DNA-Reparaturproteinen als potentielle Angriffspunkte für toxische Metallionen und essentielle Spurenelemente

Schriftenreihe der Gesellschaft für Mineral­stoffe und Spurenelemente (2004)

Hartwig A., Blessing H., Schwerdtle T., Walter I.

Modulation of DNA repair processes by arsenic and selenium compounds

Toxicology (2003)

Schwerdtle T., Walter I., Hartwig A.

Arsenite and its biomethylated metabolites interfere with the formation and repair of stable BPDE-induced DNA adducts in human cells and impair XPAzf and Fpg

DNA Repair (2003)

Roul F., Gosse F., Delincée H., Hartwig A., Marchioni E., Miesch M., Werner D., Burnouf D.

Food-borne radiolytic compounds promote experimental colon carcinogenesis

Nutr Cancer (2003)

Schwerdtle T., Walter I., Mackiw I., Hartwig A.

Induction of oxidative DNA damage by arsenite and its trivalent and pentavalent methylated metabolites in cultured human cells and isolated DNA

Carcinogenesis (2003)


Measurement of DNA oxidation in human cells by chromatographic and enzymic methods

Free Radical Biol Med (2003)

Bal W., Schwerdtle T., Hartwig A.

Mechanisms of nickel assault on the zinc finger of DNA repair protein XPA

Chem Res Toxicol (2003)

Hartwig A., Pelzer A., Asmuss M., Bürkle A.

Very low concentrations of arsenite suppress poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation in mammalian cells

Int J Cancer (2003)

Hartwig A., Schwerdtle T., Walter I.

Current aspects on the genotoxicity of arsenite and its methylated metabolites: Oxidative stress and interactions with the cellular response to DNA damage

Organic Metal and Metalloid Species in the Environment (2003)

Raul F., Gossé F., Delincée H., Hartwig A., Marchioni E., Miesch M., Werner D., Burnouf D.

Food-borne radiolytic compounds (2-alkylcyclobutanones) may promote experimental colon carcinogenesis

Nutr Cancer (2002)


Comparative analysis of baseline 8-oxoguanine in mammalian cell DNA, by different methods in different laboratories; an approach to consensus

Carcinogenesis (2002)

Horvatovich P., Raul F., Miesch M., Burnouf D., Delincee H., Hartwig A., Werner D., Marchioni E.

Detection of 2-alkylcyclobutanones, markers for irradiated foods, in adipose tissues of animals fed with these substances

J Food Protect (2002)

Miesch M., Horvatovich P., Burnouf D., Delincee H., Hartwig A., Raul F., Werner D., Marchioni E.

Efficient reaction pathway for the synthesis of saturated and mono-unsaturated 2-alkylcyclobutanones

Radiat Phys Chem (2002)

Hartwig A., Asmuss M., Ehleben I., Herzer U., Kostelac D., Pelzer A., Schwerdtle T., Bürkle A.

Interference by toxic metal ions with DNA repair processes and cell cycle control: molecular mechanisms

Environ Health Persp (2002)


Inter-laboratory validation of procedures for measuring 8-oxo-7,8-dihydroguanine/8-oxo-7,8-dihydro-2'-deoxyguanosine in DNA

Free Radical Res (2002)

Jensen B.R., ESCODD

Comparison of results from different laboratories in measuring 8-oxo-2'-deoxyguanosine in synthetic oligonucleotides

Free Radical Res (2002)

Hartwig A., Asmuss M., Blessing H., Hoffmann S., Khandelwal S., Pelzer A., Bürkle A.

Interference by toxic metal ions with zinc-dependent proteins involved in maintaining genomic stability

Food Chem Toxicol (2002)

Hartwig A., Schwerdtle T.

Interactions by carcinogenic metal compounds with DNA repair processes: toxicological implications

Toxicol Lett (2002)

Schwerdtle T., Seidel A., Hartwig A.

Effect of soluble and particulate nickel compounds on the formation and repair of stable benzo[a]pyrene DNA adducts in human lung cells

Carcinogenesis (2002)

Hartwig A.

Role of DNA repair in particle- and fiber-induced lung injury

Inhal Toxicol (2002)

Greim H., Borm P., Schins R., Donaldson K., Driscoll K., Hartwig A., Kuempel E., Oberdörster G., Speit G.

Toxicity of fibers and particles – Report of the workshop held in Munich, Germany, October 26 – 27, 2000

Inhal Toxicol (2001)

Merzenich M., Hartwig A., Ahrens W., Beyersmann D., Scholze M., Timm J., Jöckel K.H.

Biomonitoring on carcinogenic metals and oxidative DNA damage in a cross-sectional study

Cancer Epidem Biomarkers Prev (2001)

Hartwig A.

Zinc finger proteins as potential targets for toxic metal ions: Differential effects on structure and function

Antioxid Redox Signaling (2001)

Hartwig A., Kasper P., Madle S., Speit G., Staedtler F., Sengstag C.

The potential use of mutation spectra in cancer releated genes in genetic toxicology: a statement of a GUM working group

Mutat Res (2001)

Hartwig A.

Role of magnesium in genomic stability

Mutat Res (2000)

Asmuss M., Mullenders L.H.F., Eker A., Hartwig A.

Differential effects of toxic metal compounds on the activities of Fpg and XPA, two zinc finger proteins involved in DNA repair

Carcinogenesis (2000)

Hartwig A., Gröblinghoff U.D., Hiemstra Y., Mullenders L.H.F.

Inhibition of DNA repair processes by inorganic arsenic

Carcinogenic and Anticarcinogenic Factors in Food (2000)