His primary areas of investigation include Molecular biology, In vitro, Genetics, Cell cycle and DNA. His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell culture, Chinese hamster, Staining, Micronucleus test and Sister chromatids. Günter Obe interconnects Metaphase and Ethanol, Acetaldehyde in the investigation of issues within Sister chromatids.
His In vitro study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Endocrinology, Molecular medicine and Internal medicine, Immunology, Lymphocyte. His study in the field of Sister chromatid exchange, Mitosis and DNA repair also crosses realms of Human genetics. In his work, Methyl methanesulfonate is strongly intertwined with Chinese hamster ovary cell, which is a subfield of DNA.
Günter Obe mainly focuses on Molecular biology, Genetics, Chinese hamster ovary cell, In vitro and Cell cycle. Günter Obe has included themes like Sister chromatids, Restriction enzyme, DNA and Chromatid in his Molecular biology study. Within one scientific family, Günter Obe focuses on topics pertaining to Sister chromatid exchange under Sister chromatids, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Metabolite.
His work in the fields of Genetics, such as Mitosis, intersects with other areas such as Human genetics. Günter Obe has researched Chinese hamster ovary cell in several fields, including Chromatin, Cell and Enzyme, Endonuclease. His study in In vitro is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Molecular medicine, Peripheral blood, Immunology, Lymphocyte and In vivo.
Günter Obe mainly investigates Molecular biology, Genetics, Sister chromatids, Chinese hamster ovary cell and DNA damage. His Molecular biology research integrates issues from Cell cycle and Dicentric chromosome. In his study, Deoxyribonuclease I is inextricably linked to Mitomycin C, which falls within the broad field of Cell cycle.
Günter Obe works mostly in the field of Genetics, limiting it down to topics relating to Breakpoint and, in certain cases, Karyotype, as a part of the same area of interest. His Sister chromatids research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sister chromatid exchange and Mitosis. His work investigates the relationship between DNA damage and topics such as Homologous recombination that intersect with problems in Cell biology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, DNA, Sister chromatid exchange, Sister chromatids and Molecular biology. The Genetics study combines topics in areas such as Karyotype and Breakpoint. His study looks at the intersection of Sister chromatid exchange and topics like Chromosomal inversion with DNA replication, Chromosome 3, X ray irradiation, Ionizing irradiation and Lymphocyte.
His Sister chromatids research includes themes of Cell and Intracellular. His study ties his expertise on Chinese hamster ovary cell together with the subject of Molecular biology. He has included themes like Cell cycle, Mole and Environmental exposure in his Chinese hamster ovary cell study.
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Mechanisms of DNA double-strand break repair and their potential to induce chromosomal aberrations.
Petra Pfeiffer;Wolfgang Goedecke;Günter Obe.
Molecular mechanisms involved in the production of cromosomal aberrations II. Utilization of neurospora endonuclease for the study of aberration production by X-rays in G1 and G2 stages of the cell cycle
A.T. Natarajan;Günter Obe;A.A. van Zeeland;F. Palitti.
Mutation Research (1980)
Chromosomal aberrations in human lymphocytes induced in vitro by very low doses of X-rays.
D. C. Lloyd;A. A. Edwards;A. Leonard;G. L. Deknudt.
International Journal of Radiation Biology (1992)
DNA double-strand breaks induced by sparsely ionizing radiation and endonucleases as critical lesions for cell death, chromosomal aberrations, mutations and oncogenic transformation.
Günter Obe;Christian Johannes;Dietrich Schulte-Frohlinde.
Mutagenic, cancerogenic and teratogenic effects of alcohol.
Günter Obe;Hansjürgen Ristow.
Mutation Research (1979)
Uptake of inorganic and organic derivatives of arsenic associated with induced cytotoxic and genotoxic effects in Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells
E. Dopp;L.M. Hartmann;A.-M. Florea;U. von Recklinghausen.
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology (2004)
Effects of 50-hertz electromagnetic fields on proliferation and on chromosomal alterations in human peripheral lymphocytes untreated or pretreated with chemical mutagens.
Martin Rosenthal;Günter Obe.
Mutation Research (1989)
The human leukocyte test system
Günter Obe;Bernd Beek.
Human Genetics (1976)
Acetaldehyde induces cross-links in DNA and causes sister-chromatid exchanges in human cells
Hansjürgen Ristow;Günter Obe.
Mutation Research/genetic Toxicology (1978)
Chromosomal aberrations in heavy smokers.
Günter Obe;Jan Herha.
Human Genetics (1978)
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