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Publications of the Institute of Toxicology_2019

Kaina B., Christmann M. (2019) DNA repair in personalized brain cancer therapy with temozolomide and nitrosoureas, DNA Repair, 78, 128-141


He Y., Roos W., Wu Q., Hofmann T., Kaina B. (2019) The SIAH1-HIPK2 -p53ser46 damage Response pathway in temozolomide-induced glioblastoma cell death. Molecular Cancer Research, DOI: 10.1158/1541-7786. MCR-18-1306


Gogiraju R., Hubert A., Fahrer J., Straub B.K., Brandt M., Wenzel P., Münzel T., Konstantinides S., Hasenfuss G., Schäfer K. (2019) Endothelial leptin receptor deletion promotes cardiac autophagy and angiogenesis following pressure overload by suppressing Akt/mTOR Signaling, Circulation: Heart Failure, 12:e005622


Aasland D., Götzinger L., Hauck L., Berte N., Meyer J., Effenberger M., Schneider S., Reuber E., Roos W., Tomicic M., Christmann M. (2019) Temozolomide induces senescence and Repression of DNA repair pathways in glioblastoma cells via activation of ATR-CHK1, p21, and NF-kB, Cancer Research, DOI: 10.1158/0008 - 5472.CAN-18-1733


Kraus A., Mc Keague M., Seiwert N., Nagel G., Geisen S.M., Ziegler N., Trantakis I.A., Kaina B., Thomas A.D., Sturla S.J., Fahrer J. (2019) Immunological and mass spectrometry-based approaches to determine thresholds of the mutagenic DNA adduct O6-methylguanine in vivo, Archives of Toxicology, 93:559 - 572


Laarmann K., Kress J., Kaina B., Fritz G. (2019) Werner Syndrome (WRN) helicase and base excision repair (BER) factors maintain endothelial homeostasis, DNA Repair, 73, 17-27


Ponath V., Heylmann D., Haak T., Woods K., Becker H., Kaina B. (2019) Compromised DNA repair and signalling in human granulocytes, Journal of Innate Immunity, 11: 74:85


Wenz C., Faust D., Linz B., Turmann C., Nikolova T., Dietrich C. (2019) Cell-cell contacts protect against t-BuOOH-induced cellular damge and ferroptosis in vitro, Archives of Toxicology 




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