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    1. Vogel, EW; Nivard, MJM
      Phenotypes of Drosophila homologs of human XPF and XPG to chemically-induced DNA modifications

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    2. Goncharova, R; Zabrejko, S; Dalivelya, O; Kuzhir, T
      Anticlastogenicity of two derivatives of 1,4-dihydroisonicotinic acid in mouse micronucleus test

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    3. Gustavino, B; Scornajenghi, KA; Minissi, S; Ciccotti, E
      Micronuclei induced in erythrocytes of Cyprinus carpio (teleostei, pisces)by X-rays and colchicine

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    4. Ichikawa, S; Wushur, S
      Further yearly analyses of spontaneous pink mutant events in the stamen hairs of Tradescantia clone BNL 4430 cultivated in the NSC growth chamber

      GENES & GENETIC SYSTEMS
    5. Calleja, FMGR; Nivard, MJM; Eeken, JCJ
      Induced mutagenic effects in the nucleotide excision repair deficient Drosophila mutant mus201(D1), expressing a truncated XPG protein

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    6. Guruprasad, KP; Vasudev, V
      Inducible protective processes in animal systems: VIII. Enhancement of adaptive response by nicotinamide

      MUTAGENESIS
    7. Ayllon, F; Garcia-Vazquez, E
      Micronuclei and other nuclear lesions as genotoxicity indicators in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    8. Mable, BK; Otto, SP
      Masking and purging mutations following EMS treatment in haploid, diploid and tetraploid yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)

      GENETICAL RESEARCH
    9. Zhang, JG; Nicholls-Grzemski, FA; Tirmenstein, MA; Fariss, MW
      Vitamin E succinate protects hepatocytes against the toxic effect of reactive oxygen species generated at mitochondrial complexes I and III by alkylating agents

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    10. Ichikawa, S; Wushur, S
      Analyses of spontaneous pink mutant events in the stamen hairs of Tradescantia clone BNL 4430 cultivated in a nutrient solution circulating growth chamber

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    11. Gichner, T; Ptacek, O; Stavreva, DA; Wagner, ED; Plewa, MJ
      A comparison of DNA repair using the comet assay in tobacco seedlings after exposure to alkylating agents or ionizing radiation

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    12. Anitha, B; Chandra, N; Gopinath, PM; Durairaj, G
      Genotoxicity evaluation of heat shock in gold fish (Carassius auratus)

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    13. Ayllon, F; Garcia-Vazquez, EG
      Induction of micronuclei and other nuclear abnormalities in European minnow Phoxinus phoxinus and mollie Poecilia latipinna: an assessment of the fish micronucleus test

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    14. Munroe, RJ; Bergstrom, RA; Zheng, QY; Libby, B; Smith, R; John, SWM; Schimenti, KJ; Browning, VL; Schimenti, JC
      Mouse mutants from chemically mutagenized embryonic stem cells

      NATURE GENETICS
    15. Shioyama, Y; Gondo, Y; Nakao, K; Katsuki, M
      Different mutation frequencies and spectra among organs by N-methyl-N-nitrosourea in rpsL (strA) transgenic mice

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    16. Sotomayor, RE; Sega, GA
      Unscheduled DNA synthesis assay in mammalian spermatogenic cells: An update

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MUTAGENESIS
    17. Sawyer, DE; Brown, DB
      Diminished decondensation and DNA synthesis in activated sperm from rats treated with cyclophosphamide

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    18. Adler, ID; Andrae, U; Kreis, P; Neumann, HG; Thier, R; Wild, D
      Recommendations for the categorization of germ cell mutagens

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    19. Harish, SK; Guruprasad, KP; Mahmood, R; Vasudev, V
      Inducible protective processes in animal systems VI. Cross-adaptation and the influence of caffeine on the adaptive response in bone marrow cells of mouse

      MUTAGENESIS
    20. Daborn, PJ; McKenzie, JA; Batterham, P
      A genetic analysis of cyromazine resistance in Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera : Drosophilidae)

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    21. Kurogouchi, F; Furukawa, Y; Zhao, D; Hirose, M; Nakajima, K; Tsuboi, M; Chiba, S
      A Na+/Ca2+ exchanger inhibitor, KB-R7943, caused negative inotropic responses and negative followed by positive chronotropic responses in isolated, blood-perfused dog heart preparations

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Bentley, A; MacLennan, B; Calvo, J; Dearolf, CR
      Targeted recovery of mutations in drosophila

      GENETICS
    23. Tirmenstein, MA; Nicholls-Grzemski, FA; Zhang, JG; Fariss, MW
      Glutathione depletion and the production of reactive oxygen species in isolated hepatocyte suspensions

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    24. McKenzie, JA
      The character or the variation: the genetic analysis of the insecticide-resistance phenotype

      BULLETIN OF ENTOMOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    25. Campana, MA; Panzeri, AM; Moreno, VJ; Dulout, FN
      Genotoxic evaluation of the pyrethroid lambda-cyhalothrin using the micronucleus test in erythrocytes of the fish Cheirodon interruptus interruptus

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    26. Kuzhir, TD; Dalivelya, OV; Savina, NV
      Modification of repair processes in chemical mutagenesis of Drosophila melanogaster

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    27. Gichner, T; Ptacek, O; Stavreva, DA; Plewa, MJ
      Comparison of DNA damage in plants as measured by single cell gel electrophoresis and somatic leaf mutations induced by monofunctional alkylating agents

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MUTAGENESIS
    28. GICHNER T; PLEWA MJ
      INDUCTION OF SOMATIC DNA-DAMAGE AS MEASURED BY SINGLE-CELL GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS AND POINT MUTATION IN LEAVES OF TOBACCO PLANTS

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    29. VELD CWOH; JANSEN J; ZDZIENICKA MZ; VRIELING H; VANZEELAND AA
      METHYL METHANESULFONATE-INDUCED HPRT MUTATION SPECTRA IN THE CHINESE-HAMSTER CELL-LINE CH09 AND ITS XRCCL-DEFICIENT DERIVATIVE EM-C-11

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    30. XIAO LZ; ICHIKAWA S
      MUTAGENIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN X-RAYS AND 2 PROMUTAGENS, O-PHENYLENEDIAMINE AND N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE, IN THE STAMEN HAIRS OF TRADESCANTIACLONE BNL-4430

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    31. XIAO LZ; ICHIKAWA S
      MUTAGENIC SYNERGISM DETECTED BETWEEN 1,2-DIBROMOETHANE AND X-RAYS IN THE STAMEN HAIRS OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE BNL-4430

      Genes & genetic systems
    32. Marco, R; Bianca, G; Sandra, M; Eleonora, C; Cristina, F; Daniela, C; Enzo, L
      Laboratory approach and use of bioindicators for the detection of mutagenic pollution in aquatic environments.

      FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN
    33. MCKENZIE JA; BATTERHAM P
      PREDICTING INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE - MUTAGENESIS, SELECTION AND RESPONSE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    34. BUCHSENSCHUTZNOTHDURFT A; SCHUSTER A; FRIEDT W
      BREEDING FOR MODIFIED FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION VIA EXPERIMENTAL MUTAGENESIS IN CAMELINA-SATIVA (L.) CRTZ

      Industrial crops and products
    35. Wagner, ED; Rayburn, AL; Anderson, D; Plewa, MJ
      Analysis of mutagens with single cell gel electrophoresis, flow cytometry,and forward mutation assays in an isolated clone of Chinese hamster ovary cells

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MUTAGENESIS
    36. BHAGWAT B; DUNCAN EJ
      MUTATION BREEDING OF BANANA CV HIGHGATE (MUSA SPP., AAA-GROUP) FOR TOLERANCE TO FUSARIUM-OXYSPORUM F SP. CUBENSE USING CHEMICAL MUTAGENS

      Scientia horticulturae
    37. ELDER RH; JANSEN JG; WEEKS RJ; WILLINGTON MA; DEANS B; WATSON PJ; MYNETT KJ; BAILEY JA; COOPER DP; RAFFERTY JA; HEERAN MC; WIJNHOVEN SWP; VANZEELAND AA; MARGISON GP
      ALKYLPURINE-DNA-N-GLYCOSYLASE KNOCKOUT MICE SHOW INCREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO INDUCTION OF MUTATIONS BY METHYL METHANESULFONATE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    38. SEELEY MR; FAUSTMAN EM
      EFFECTS OF O-6-BENZYLGUANINE ON GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION OF P19 EMBRYONIC CARCINOMA-CELLS TREATED WITH ALKYLATING-AGENTS

      Teratogenesis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis
    39. OCHSENDORF FR; BUHL R; BASTLEIN A; BESCHMANN H
      GLUTATHIONE IN SPERMATOZOA AND SEMINAL PLASMA OF INFERTILE MEN

      Human reproduction
    40. BABICH MA
      RISK ASSESSMENT OF LOW-LEVEL CHEMICAL EXPOSURES FROM CONSUMER PRODUCTS UNDER THE US CONSUMER PRODUCT-SAFETY COMMISSION CHRONIC HAZARD GUIDELINES

      Environmental health perspectives
    41. KEIGHTLEY PD; OHNISHI O
      EMS-INDUCED POLYGENIC MUTATION-RATES FOR 9 QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERS INDROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Genetics
    42. DROST JB; LEE WR
      THE DEVELOPMENTAL BASIS FOR GERMLINE MOSAICISM IN MOUSE AND DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Genetica
    43. GRZESIUK E
      THE ROLE OF MUTATION FREQUENCY DECLINE AND SOS REPAIR SYSTEMS IN METHYL METHANESULFONATE MUTAGENESIS

      Acta Biochimica Polonica
    44. SHIMA N; XIAO LZ; SAKURAMOTO F; ICHIKAWA S
      YOUNG INFLORESCENCE-BEARING SHOOTS WITH ROOTS OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE BNL-4430 CULTIVATED IN NUTRIENT SOLUTION CIRCULATING SYSTEMS - AN ALTERNATIVE TO POTTED PLANTS AND CUTTINGS FOR MUTAGENICITY TESTS

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    45. SUZUKI T; HAYASHI M; WANG X; YAMAMOTO K; ONO T; MYHR BC; SOFUNI T
      A COMPARISON OF THE GENOTOXICITY OF ETHYLNITROSOUREA AND ETHYL METHANESULFONATE IN LACZ TRANSGENIC MICE (MUTA(TM)MOUSE)

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    46. YAMADA T; ODAWARA K; KISHIDA F; NAKATSUKA I; YOSHITAKE A
      DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL CHL IU CELL-LINE WITH AN INCORPORATED GPT SHUTTLE VECTOR FOR CONCURRENT ANALYSIS OF GENE-MUTATIONS AND CHROMOSOME-ABERRATIONS/

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    47. DOUGLAS GR; GINGERICH JD; SOPER LM; JIAO JL
      TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE USE OF TRANSGENIC MICE FOR THE DETECTION OF GENE-MUTATIONS IN GERM-CELLS

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    48. XIAO LZ; ICHIKAWA S
      DICENTRIC CHROMOSOME BRIDGES IN ROOT-TIPS AND MICRONUCLEI IN POLLEN TETRADS INDUCED BY X-RAYS AND MALEIC HYDRAZIDE IN TRADESCANTIA CLONE BNL-4430

      Genes & genetic systems
    49. YADOLLAHIFARSANI M; MCKENNA PG; MCKELVEYMARTIN VJ
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGEN HYPERSENSITIVITY IN ADENINE PHOSPHORIBOSYL TRANSFERASE-DEFICIENT FRIEND MOUSE ERYTHROLEUKEMIA-CELLS

      British journal of biomedical science
    50. IANNONE R; INGA A; LUQUEROMERO FL; MENICHINI P; ABBONDANDOLO A; ABRIL N; PUEYO C; FRONZA G
      MUTATION SPECTRA ANALYSIS SUGGESTS THAT 2-CHLOROETHYL)-N'-CYCLOHEXYL-N-NITROSOUREA-INDUCED LESIONS ARE SUBJECT TO TRANSCRIPTION-COUPLED REPAIR IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    51. RODRIGUES GS; MA TH; PIMENTEL D; WEINSTEIN LH
      TRADESCANTIA BIOASSAYS AS MONITORING SYSTEMS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS - A REVIEW

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    52. WANG JC; QIAN BL
      DETECTION OF DNA-DAMAGE IN PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTES BY 7 COMPOUNDS USING COMET ASSAY

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    53. KAUR R; PARSHAD VR
      ETHYL METHANESULFONATE INDUCED CHANGES IN THE DIFFERENTIATION, STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF SPERMATOZOA OF THE HOUSE RAT, RATTUS-RATTUS L

      Journal of Biosciences
    54. PACHECO M; SANTOS MA
      INDUCTION OF EROD ACTIVITY AND GENOTOXIC EFFECTS BY POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS AND RESIN ACIDS ON THE JUVENILE EEL (ANGUILLA-ANGUILLAL.)

      Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
    55. DOBO KL; EASTMOND DA; GROSOVSKY AJ
      THE INFLUENCE OF CELLULAR APOPTOTIC CAPACITY ON N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE-INDUCED LOSS OF HETEROZYGOSITY MUTATIONS IN HUMAN-CELLS

      Carcinogenesis
    56. ICHIKAWA S
      SOMATIC MUTATION FREQUENCIES IN TRADESCANTIA STAMEN HAIRS TREATED WITH RELATIVELY LOW THERMAL-NEUTRON FLUXES

      Radiation research
    57. FLORESDIAZ M; ALAPEGIRON A; PERSSON B; POLLESELLO P; MOOS M; VONEICHELSTREIBER C; THELESTAM M; FLORIN I
      CELLULAR UDP-GLUCOSE DEFICIENCY CAUSED BY A SINGLE-POINT MUTATION IN THE UDP-GLUCOSE PYROPHOSPHORYLASE GENE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    58. BRANDA RF; LAFAYETTE AR; ONEILL JP; NICKLAS JA
      EFFECT OF FOLATE-DEFICIENCY ON MUTATIONS AT THE HPRT LOCUS IN CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLS EXPOSED TO MONOFUNCTIONAL ALKYLATING-AGENTS

      Cancer research
    59. FARISS MW; BRYSON KF; TIRMENSTEIN MA
      ROLE OF CELLULAR THIOL STATUS IN TOCOPHERYL HEMISUCCINATE CYTOPROTECTION AGAINST ETHYL METHANESULFONATE-INDUCED TOXICITY

      Biochemical pharmacology
    60. SAKURAMOTO F; ICHIKAWA S
      EFFECTS OF X-RAY DOSE FRACTIONATIONS WITH VARIOUS INTERVALS IN INDUCING SOMATIC MUTATIONS IN THE STAMEN HAIRS OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE KU-9

      Genes & genetic systems
    61. XIAO LZ; ICHIKAWA S
      PEROXIDASE-ACTIVITIES IN THE FLORAL TISSUES OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE BNL-4430 TREATED WITH MALEIC HYDRAZIDE ALONE, X-RAYS ALONE, OR IN COMBINATIONS

      Genes & genetic systems
    62. ICHIKAWA S; SHIMA N; ISHII C; KANAI H; SANDAKAMIGAWARA M; MATSUURAENDO C
      VARIATION OF SPONTANEOUS SOMATIC MUTATION FREQUENCY IN THE STAMEN HAIRS OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE BNL-02

      Genes & genetic systems
    63. RAMJIT HG; SINGH MM; CODDINGTON AB
      GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHIC MASS-SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF METHYL METHANESULFONATE AND ETHYL METHANESULFONATE IN THE BISMESYLATE SALT OF DPI-201-106, A POSITIVE INOTROPIC AGENT FOR THE TREATMENT OF HEART-FAILURE

      Journal of mass spectrometry.
    64. PACHECO M; SANTOS MA
      INDUCTION OF MICRONUCLEI AND NUCLEAR ABNORMALITIES IN THE ERYTHROCYTES OF ANGUILLA-ANGUILLA L EXPOSED EITHER TO CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE OR TO BLEACHED KRAFT PULP-MILL EFFLUENT

      Fresenius environmental bulletin
    65. MCGREGOR DB; RIACH C; CATTANACH P; EDWARDS I; SHEPHERD W; CASPARY WJ
      MUTAGENIC RESPONSES OF L5178Y MOUSE CELLS AT THE TK AND HPRT LOCI

      Toxicology in vitro
    66. YEN JL; BATTERHAM P; GELDER B; MCKENZIE JA
      PREDICTING RESISTANCE AND MANAGING SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CYROMAZINE IN THE AUSTRALIAN SHEEP BLOWFLY LUCILIA-CUPRINA

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    67. SOTOMAYOR RE; JACKSON R; NOURBAKHSH A
      A PROCEDURE TO STUDY UNSCHEDULED DNA-SYNTHESIS IN RAT SPERMATOGENIC CELLS IN-VIVO - STRAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FISHER-344 AND SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS

      Toxicology letters
    68. MINISSI S; CICCOTTI E; RIZZONI M
      MICRONUCLEUS TEST IN ERYTHROCYTES OF BARBUS-PLEBEJUS (TELEOSTEI, PISCES) FROM 2 NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS - A BIOASSAY FOR THE IN-SITU DETECTIONOF MUTAGENS IN FRESH-WATER

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology testing
    69. KURODA Y
      BIO-ANTIMUTAGENIC ACTIVITY OF GREEN TEA CATECHINS IN CULTURED CHINESE-HAMSTER V79 CELLS

      Mutation research. Section on environmental mutagenesis and related subjects
    70. ICHIKAWA S; YAMAMOTO I; MURAI M; WATANABE K
      FALLOUT DECAY SIMULATION EXPERIMENTS WITH THE STAMEN HAIRS OF STABLE AND MUTABLE TRADESCANTIA CLONES

      Environmental and experimental botany
    71. SEHLMEYER U; MEISTER A; BEISKER W; WOBUS AM
      LOW MUTAGENIC EFFECTS OF MITOMYCIN-C IN UNDIFFERENTIATED EMBRYONIC P19 CELLS ARE CORRELATED WITH EFFICIENT CELL-CYCLE CONTROL

      Mutation research
    72. NIVARD MJM; PASTINK A; VOGEL EW
      MUTATIONAL SPECTRA INDUCED UNDER DISTINCT EXCISION-REPAIR CONDITIONS BY THE 3 METHYLATING AGENTS N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA, N-METHYL-N'-NITRO-N-NITROSOGUANIDINE AND N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE IN POSTMEIOTIC MALE GERM-CELLS OF DROSOPHILA

      Mutation research
    73. ICHIKAWA S; NAKANO A; KENMOCHI M; YAMAMOTO I; MURAI M; TAKAHASHI E; YAMAGUCHI A; WATANABE K; TOMIYAMA M; SUGIYAMA K; YOGO A; YAZAKI T; OKUMURA M; SHIMA N; SATOH M; YOSHIMOTO M; XIAO LZ
      YEARLY VARIATION OF SPONTANEOUS SOMATIC MUTATION FREQUENCY IN THE STAMEN HAIRS OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE KU-9 GROWN OUTDOORS, WHICH SHOWED A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE AFTER THE CHERNOBYL ACCIDENT

      Mutation research
    74. BRETAGNESAGNARD B; FOUILLOUX G; CHUPEAU Y
      INDUCED ALBINA MUTATIONS AS A TOOL FOR GENETIC-ANALYSIS AND CELL BIOLOGY IN FLAX (LINUM-USITATISSIMUM)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    75. OKADA G; RYOYAMA K; NOMURA T; MOMOI T; TSUCHIYA H; KAMEYAMA T; YAMAGUCHI K
      CARCINOGEN-INDUCED DE-NOVO METHYLATION IN C-MYC EXON-I

      Japanese Journal of Medical Science & Biology
    76. LEROY T; LISON D; LAUWERYS R
      PRELIMINARY IN-VITRO INVESTIGATION INTO THE USE OF ALKALINE ELUTION ASSAY FOR THE BIOMONITORING OF HUMANS EXPOSED TO GENOTOXIC AGENTS

      Human & experimental toxicology
    77. DAVIES MJ; PHILLIPS BJ; RUMSBY PC
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF CHEMICALLY-INDUCED MUTATIONS IN MAMMALIAN-CELL ASSAYS

      Toxicology in vitro
    78. MORALESRAMIREZ P; CRUZVALLEJO VL; VALLARINOKELLY T; RODRIGUEZREYES R
      PERSISTENCE DURING G(1) OF GAMMA RAY-INDUCED OR MITOMYCIN C-INDUCED LESIONS ELICITING SCE IN MURINE SALIVARY-GLAND CELLS IN-VIVO

      Somatic cell and molecular genetics
    79. PLATZEK T; BOCHERT G; MEISTER R
      EMBRYOTOXICITY INDUCED BY ALKYLATING-AGENTS .9. LOW-DOSE PRENATAL TOXIC RISK-ESTIMATION OF ETHYLMETHANESULFONATE BASED ON NO-OBSERVED-ADVERSE-EFFECT-LEVEL RISK FACTOR APPROACH, DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS, ANDMOLECULAR DOSIMETRY

      Teratogenesis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis
    80. COMBES RD; STOPPER H; CASPARY WJ
      THE USE OF L5178Y MOUSE LYMPHOMA-CELLS TO ASSESS THE MUTAGENIC, CLASTOGENIC AND ANEUGENIC PROPERTIES OF CHEMICALS

      Mutagenesis
    81. VANDELFT JHM; BAAN RA
      GERM-CELL MUTAGENESIS IN LAMBDA-LACZ TRANSGENIC MICE TREATED WITH ETHYLNITROSOUREA - COMPARISON WITH SPECIFIC-LOCUS TEST

      Mutagenesis
    82. SUZUKI T; HAYASHI M; HAKURA A; ASITA AO; KODAMA Y; HONMA M; SOFUNI T
      COMBINATION EFFECTS OF CLASTOGENS IN THE MOUSE PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MICRONUCLEUS ASSAY

      Mutagenesis
    83. MCKENZIE JA; BATTERHAM P
      INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE - REPLY

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    84. MORALESRAMIREZ P; RODRIGUEZREYES R; VALLARINOKELLY T
      FATE OF LESIONS THAT ELICIT SISTER-CHROMATID EXCHANGES (FLE-SCE) PRODUCED IN DNA BY ALKYLATING-AGENTS IN-VIVO

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology testing
    85. NADATHUR SR; GOULD SJ; BAKALINSKY AT
      ANTIMUTAGENICITY OF AN ACETONE EXTRACT OF YOGURT

      Mutation research. Section on environmental mutagenesis and related subjects
    86. VANGOETHEM F; DESTOPPELAAR J; HOEBEE B; KIRSCHVOLDERS M
      IDENTIFICATION OF CLASTOGENIC AND OR ANEUGENIC EVENTS DURING THE PRENEOPLASTIC STAGES OF EXPERIMENTAL RAT HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS BY FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION/

      Carcinogenesis
    87. GRDINA DJ; SHIGEMATSU N; DALE P; NEWTON GL; AGUILERA JA; FAHEY RC
      THIOL AND DISULFIDE METABOLITES OF THE RADIATION PROTECTOR AND POTENTIAL CHEMOPREVENTIVE AGENT WR-2721 ARE LINKED TO BOTH ITS ANTI-CYTOTOXIC AND ANTIMUTAGENIC MECHANISMS OF ACTION

      Carcinogenesis
    88. AGUIRREZABALAGA I; NIVARD MJM; COMENDADOR MA; VOGEL EW
      HEXAMETHYLMELAMINE IS A POTENT INDUCER OF DELETIONS IN MALE GERM-CELLS OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Carcinogenesis
    89. MURLEY JS; GRDINA DJ
      THE EFFECTS OF CYCLOHEXIMIDE AND WR-1065 ON RADIATION-INDUCED REPAIR PROCESSES - A MECHANISM FOR CHEMOPREVENTION

      Carcinogenesis
    90. SHIMA N; ICHIKAWA S
      MUTAGENIC SYNERGISM DETECTED BETWEEN DIMETHYL SULFATE AND X-RAYS BUT NOT FOUND BETWEEN N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA AND X-RAYS IN THE STAMEN HAIRS OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE BNL-4430

      Mutation research
    91. HERENS C; MASSART S; BOUZAHZAH B; KOULISCHER L; BARBASON H
      NUCLEAR LESIONS DURING RAT HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS .2. MEASURING THE MICRONUCLEI DURING INITIATION, PROMOTION AND PROGRESSION OF RAT HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS INDUCED WITH DIETHYLNITROSAMINE

      Mutation research
    92. ICHIKAWA S; SHIMA N; XIAO LZ; MATSUURAENDO C; HARADA H; YOGO A; OKUMURA M
      FLOWER PRODUCTION, STAMEN-HAIR GROWTH, AND SPONTANEOUS AND INDUCED SOMATIC MUTATION FREQUENCIES IN TRADESCANTIA CUTTINGS AND SHOOTS WITH ROOTS CULTIVATED WITH NUTRIENT SOLUTIONS

      Idengaku Zasshi
    93. XIAO LZ; ICHIKAWA S
      MUTAGENIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MALEIC HYDRAZIDE AND X-RAYS IN THE STAMEN HAIRS OF TRADESCANTIA CLONE BNL-4430

      Idengaku Zasshi
    94. SANDAKAMIGAWARA M; TOMIYAMA M; ICHIKAWA S
      SECTORING PATTERNS OF SPONTANEOUS AND INDUCED SOMATIC PINK MUTATIONS IN THE STAMEN HAIRS AND PETALS OF MUTABLE AND STABLE CLONES OF TRADESCANTIA

      Idengaku Zasshi
    95. TRIPATHY AP; DAS RK
      RIVER WATER CONTAMINATED WITH PAPER-MILL EFFLUENT INDUCES MICRONUCLEIIN PERIPHERAL ERYTHROCYTES OF FISH

      Current Science
    96. QIU JP; HALES BF; ROBAIRE B
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