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    1. Fretland, AJ; Devanaboyina, US; Feng, Y; Leff, MA; Xiao, GH; Webb, SJ; Hein, DW
      Oral administration of 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine (PhIP) yields PhIP-DNA adducts but not tumors in male syrian hamsters congenicat the n-acetyltransferase 2 (NAT2) locus

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Lan, Q; Chow, WH; Lissowska, J; Hein, DW; Buetow, K; Engel, LS; Ji, BT; Zatonski, W; Rothman, N
      Glutathione S-transferase genotypes and stomach cancer in a population-based case-control study in Warsaw, Poland

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    3. Fretland, AJ; Doll, MA; Leff, MA; Hein, DW
      Functional characterization of nucleotide polymorphisms in the coding region of N-acetyltransferase 1

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    4. Fretland, AJ; Leff, MA; Doll, MA; Hein, DW
      Functional characterization of human N-acetyltransferase 2 (NAT2) single nucleotide polymorphisms

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    5. Doll, MA; Hein, DW
      Comprehensive human NAT2 genotype method using single nucleotide polymorphism-specific polymerase chain reaction primers and fluorogenic probes

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Deitz, AC; Zheng, W; Leff, MA; Gross, M; Wen, WQ; Doll, MA; Xiao, GH; Folson, AR; Hein, DW
      N-acetyltransferase-2 genetic polymorphism, well-done meat intake, and breast cancer risk among postmenopausal women

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    7. Purewal, M; Velasco, M; Fretland, AJ; Hein, DW; Wargovich, MJ
      2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine induces a higher number ofaberrant crypt foci in Fischer 344 (rapid) than in Wistar Kyoto (slow) acetylator inbred rats

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    8. Hein, DW; Doll, MA; Fretland, AJ; Leff, MA; Webb, SJ; Xiao, GH; Devanoboyina, US; Nangju, NA; Feng, Y
      Molecular genetics and epidemiology of the NAT1 and NAT2 acetylation polymorphisms

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    9. O'Neil, WM; Drobitch, RK; MacArthur, RD; Farrough, MJ; Doll, MA; Fretland, AJ; Hein, DW; Crane, LR; Svensson, CK
      Acetylator phenotype and genoype in patients infected with HIV: discordance between methods for phenotype determination and genotype (vol 10, pg 171,2000)

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    10. Hein, DW; Grant, DM; Sim, E
      Update on consensus arylamine N-acetyltransferase gene nomenclature

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    11. Steffensen, IL; Fretland, AJ; Paulsen, JE; Feng, Y; Eide, TJ; Devanaboyina, US; Hein, DW; Alexander, J
      DNA adduct levels and intestinal lesions in congenic rapid and slow acetylator Syrian hamsters administered the food mutagens 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine (PhIP) or 2-amino-3-methylimidazo[4,5-f]quinoline (IQ)

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    12. Hein, DW
      N-acetyltransferase genetics and their role in predisposition to aromatic and heterocyclic amine-induced carcinogenesis

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    13. Purewal, M; Fretland, AJ; Schut, HAJ; Hein, DW; Wargovich, MJ
      Association between acetylator genotype and 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine (PhIP) DNA adduct formation in colon and prostate of inbred Fischer 344 and Wistar Kyoto rats

      CANCER LETTERS
    14. Hein, DW; McQueen, CA; Grant, DM; Goodfellow, GH; Kadlubar, FF; Weber, WW
      Pharmacogenetics of the arylamine N-acetyltransferases: A Symposium in Honor of Wendell W. Weber

      DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION
    15. Reilly, TP; Lash, LH; Doll, MA; Hein, DW; Woster, PM; Svensson, CK
      A role for bioactivation and covalent binding within epidermal keratinocytes in sulfonamide-induced cutaneous drug Reactions

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    16. Hulla, JE; Miller, MS; Taylor, JA; Hein, DW; Furlong, CE; Omiecinski, CJ; Kunkel, TA
      Symposium overview: The role of genetic polymorphism and repair deficiencies in environmental disease (vol 47, pg 135, 1999)

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    17. Hulla, JE; Miller, MS; Taylor, JA; Hein, DW; Furlong, CE; Omiecinski, CJ; Kunkel, TA
      Symposium overview: The role of genetic polymorphism and repair deficiencies in environmental disease

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    18. Zheng, W; Deitz, AC; Campbell, DR; Wen, WQ; Cerhan, JR; Sellers, TA; Folsom, AR; Hein, DW
      N-acetyltransferase 1 genetic polymorphism, cigarette smoking, well-done meat intake, and breast cancer risk

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    19. Feng, Y; Rustan, TD; Fretland, AJ; Cooley, AM; Lee, KJ; Becker, WK; Hein, DW
      Screening method for urinary bladder tumor detection in the Syrian hamster

      TOXICOLOGY METHODS
    20. Feng, Y; Finley, JW; Davis, CD; Becker, WK; Fretland, AJ; Hein, DW
      Dietary selenium reduces the formation of aberrant crypts in rats administered 3,2 '-dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Jiang, W; Feng, Y; Hein, DW
      Higher DNA adduct levels in urinary bladder and prostate of slow acetylator inbred rats administered 3,2 '-dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Leff, MA; Epstein, PN; Doll, MA; Fretland, AJ; Devanaboyina, US; Rustan, TD; Hein, DW
      Prostate-specific human N-acetyltransferase 2 (NAT2) expression in the mouse

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    23. Davis, CD; Feng, Y; Hein, DW; Finley, JW
      The chemical form of selenium influences 3,2 '-dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl-DNA adduct formation in rat colon

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    24. Leff, MA; Fretland, AJ; Doll, MA; Hein, DW
      Novel human N-acetyltransferase 2 alleles that differ in mechanism for slow acetylator phenotype

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. ZAHER H; LINDBLAD WJ; JIANG W; DOLL MA; HEIN DW; SVENSSON CK
      ACETYL COA-ARYLAMINE N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN RAT HEPATOCYTES CULTURED ON DIFFERENT EXTRACELLULAR MATRICES

      Toxicology in vitro
    26. HEIN DW; FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; DEITZ AC
      RECOMBINANT EXPRESSION AND CATALYTIC ANALYSIS OF RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR SYRIAN-HAMSTER CHIMERIC NAT2 ALLELES

      Archives of toxicology
    27. FENG Y; FRETLAND AJ; RUSTAN TD; JIANG W; BECKER WK; HEIN DW
      HIGHER FREQUENCY OF ABERRANT CRYPT FOCI IN RAPID THAN SLOW ACETYLATORINBRED RATS ADMINISTERED THE COLON CARCINOGEN 3,2'-DIMETHYL-4-AMINOBIPHENYL

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    28. FRETLAND AJ; DOLL MA; GRAY K; FENG Y; HEIN DW
      CLONING, SEQUENCING, AND RECOMBINANT EXPRESSION OF NAT1, NAT2, AND NAT3 DERIVED FROM THE C3H HEJ (RAPID) AND A/HEJ (SLOW) ACETYLATOR INBREDMOUSE - FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ACTIVATION AND DEACTIVATION OF AROMATIC AMINE CARCINOGENS/

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    29. HEIN DW; DOLL MA; FRETLAND AJ; GRAY K; DEITZ AC; FENG Y; JIANG W; RUSTAN TD; SATRAN SL; WILKIE TR
      RODENT MODELS OF THE HUMAN ACETYLATION POLYMORPHISM - COMPARISONS OF RECOMBINANT ACETYLTRANSFERASES

      Mutation research
    30. DOLL MA; JIANG W; DEITZ AC; RUSTAN TD; HEIN DW
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL ALLELE AT THE HUMAN NAT1 ACETYLTRANSFERASE LOCUS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    31. DEITZ AC; DOLL MA; HEIN DW
      A RESTRICTION-FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM ASSAY THAT DIFFERENTIATES HUMAN N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE-1 (NAT1) ALLELES

      Analytical biochemistry
    32. FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; RUSTAN TD; HEIN DW
      CLONING, EXPRESSION, AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR POLYMORPHIC N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE ENCODING GENES OF THE SYRIAN-HAMSTER

      Pharmacogenetics
    33. JIANG W; DOLL M; WILKIE T; SATRAN S; HEIN DW
      EXPRESSION OF NAT1 AND NAT2 IN RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR RAT HEPATIC AND EXTRAHEPATIC TISSUES

      The FASEB journal
    34. GRAY K; DOLL MA; FERGUSON RJ; RUSTAN TD; HEIN DW
      INTRINSIC STABILITY COMPARISONS BETWEEN HUMAN, MOUSE, RAT, AND SYRIAN-HAMSTER RECOMBINANT N-ACETYLTRANSFERASES

      The FASEB journal
    35. FRETLAND AJ; DOLL MA; GRAY K; FENG Y; HEIN DW
      CLONING, SEQUENCING, AND EXPRESSION OF NAT1 AND NAT2 DERIVED FROM C3HHEJ (RAPID) AND A/HEJ (SLOW) ACETYLATOR INBRED MOUSE STRAINS/

      The FASEB journal
    36. PAULSEN JE; STEFFENSEN IL; NAMORK E; HEIN DW; ALEXANDER J
      EFFECT OF ACETYLATOR GENOTYPE ON 3,2'-DIMETHYL-4-AMINOBIPHENYL INDUCED ABERRANT CRYPT FOCI IN THE COLON OF HAMSTERS

      Carcinogenesis
    37. FENG Y; JIANG W; HEIN DW
      2-AMINOFLUORENE-DNA ADDUCT LEVELS IN TUMOR-TARGET AND NONTARGET ORGANS OF RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR SYRIAN-HAMSTERS CONGENIC AT THE NAT2 LOCUS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    38. FENG Y; JIANG W; DEITZ AC; HEIN DW
      3,2'-DIMETHYL-4-AMINOBIPHENYL-DNA ADDUCT FORMATION IN TUMOR TARGET AND NONTARGET ORGANS OF RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR SYRIAN-HAMSTERS CONGENIC AT THE NAT2 LOCUS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    39. FENG Y; WAGNER RJ; FRETLAND AJ; BECKER WK; COOLEY AM; PRETLOW TP; LEE KJ; HEIN DW
      ACETYLATOR GENOTYPE (NAT2)-DEPENDENT FORMATION OF ABERRANT CRYPTS IN CONGENIC SYRIAN-HAMSTERS ADMINISTERED 3,2'-DIMETHYL-4-AMINOBIPHENYL

      Cancer research
    40. ZENSER TV; LAKSHMI VM; RUSTAN TD; DOLL MA; DEITZ AC; DAVIS BB; HEIN DW
      HUMAN N-ACETYLATION OF BENZIDINE - ROLE OF NAT1 AND NAT2

      Cancer research
    41. DOLL MA; HEIN DW
      CLONING, SEQUENCING AND EXPRESSION OF NAT1 AND NAT2 ENCODING GENES FROM RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR INBRED RATS

      Pharmacogenetics
    42. VATSIS KP; WEBER WW; BELL DA; DUPRET JM; EVANS DAP; GRANT DM; HEIN DW; LIN HJ; MEYER UA; RELLING MV; SIM E; SUZUKI T; YAMAZOE Y
      NOMENCLATURE FOR N-ACETYLTRANSFERASES

      Pharmacogenetics
    43. HEIN DW; DOLL MA; RUSTAN TD; FERGUSON RJ
      METABOLIC-ACTIVATION OF N-HYDROXYARYLAMINES AND N-HYDROXYARYLAMIDES BY 16 RECOMBINANT HUMAN NAT2 ALLOZYMES - EFFECTS OF 7 SPECIFIC NAT2 NUCLEIC-ACID SUBSTITUTIONS

      Cancer research
    44. DOLL MA; FRETLAND AJ; DEITZ AC; HEIN DW
      DETERMINATION OF HUMAN NAT2 ACETYLATOR GENOTYPE BY RESTRICTION-FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM AND ALLELE-SPECIFIC AMPLIFICATION

      Analytical biochemistry
    45. HEIN DW; FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; RUSTAN TD; GRAY K
      MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF HUMAN POLYMORPHIC N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE - ENZYMATIC ANALYSIS OF 15 RECOMBINANT WILD-TYPE, MUTANT, AND CHIMERIC NAT2 ALLOZYMES

      Human molecular genetics
    46. FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; RUSTAN TD; BAUMSTARK BR; HEIN DW
      SYRIAN-HAMSTER MONOMORPHIC N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE (NAT1) ALLELES - AMPLIFICATION, CLONING, SEQUENCING, AND EXPRESSION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Pharmacogenetics
    47. FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; BAUMSTARK BR; HEIN DW
      POLYMORPHIC ARYLAMINE N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE ENCODING GENE (NAT2) FROM HOMOZYGOUS RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR CONGENIC SYRIAN-HAMSTERS

      Gene
    48. HEIN DW; RUSTAN TD; FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; GRAY K
      METABOLIC-ACTIVATION OF AROMATIC AND HETEROCYCLIC N-HYDROXYARYLAMINESBY WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT RECOMBINANT HUMAN NAT1 AND NAT2 ACETYLTRANSFERASES

      Archives of toxicology
    49. FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; RUSTAN TD; GRAY K; HEIN DW
      CLONING, EXPRESSION, AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 MUTANT (NAT2(191) AND NAT2(341 803)) AND WILD-TYPE HUMAN POLYMORPHIC N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE (NAT2) ALLELES/

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    50. FENG Y; RUSTAN TD; FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; HEIN DW
      ACETYLATOR GENOTYPE-DEPENDENT FORMATION OF 2-AMINOFLUORENE HEMOGLOBINADDUCTS IN RAPID AND SLOW ACETYLATOR SYRIAN-HAMSTERS CONGENIC AT THE NAT2 LOCUS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    51. HEIN DW; DOLL MA; RUSTAN TD; GRAY K; FERGUSON RJ; FENG Y
      CONSTRUCTION OF SYRIAN-HAMSTER LINES CONGENIC AT THE POLYMORPHIC ACETYLTRANSFERASE LOCUS (NAT2) - ACETYLATOR GENOTYPE-DEPENDENT N-ACETYLATION AND O-ACETYLATION OF ARYLAMINE CARCINOGENS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    52. RODRIGUEZ JW; KIRLIN WG; FERGUSON RJ; DOLL MA; GRAY K; RUSTAN TD; LEE ME; KEMP K; URSO P; HEIN DW
      HUMAN ACETYLATOR GENOTYPE - RELATIONSHIP TO COLORECTAL-CANCER INCIDENCE AND ARYLAMINE N-ACETYLTRANSFERASE EXPRESSION IN COLON CYTOSOL

      Archives of toxicology
    53. HEIN DW; DOLL MA; RUSTAN TD; GRAY K; FENG Y; FERGUSON RJ; GRANT DM
      METABOLIC-ACTIVATION AND DEACTIVATION OF ARYLAMINE CARCINOGENS BY RECOMBINANT HUMAN NAT1 AND POLYMORPHIC NAT2 ACETYLTRANSFERASES

      Carcinogenesis


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