Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
His primary areas of study are Biochemistry, Ochratoxin A, Ochratoxin, Molecular biology and Yeast. His study in Biochemistry focuses on Transfer RNA, Protein biosynthesis, Amino acid, In vitro and Aminoacyl tRNA synthetase. His research in Ochratoxin A intersects with topics in Phenylalanine, Endocrinology, Kidney, Spleen and Genotoxicity.
The concepts of his Ochratoxin study are interwoven with issues in In vivo, Dihydroisocoumarin, Pharmacology and Nephrotoxicity. The various areas that Guy Dirheimer examines in his Molecular biology study include Protein primary structure, Sequence alignment and Peptide sequence. The Yeast study combines topics in areas such as Nucleic acid sequence, DNA, Aminoacylation, Guanosine and Computational biology.
His primary areas of investigation include Biochemistry, Transfer RNA, Yeast, Molecular biology and Protein primary structure. Many of his studies on Biochemistry apply to Ochratoxin A as well. His Ochratoxin A research focuses on Kidney and how it connects with Spleen.
His Transfer RNA research includes themes of Nucleic acid sequence, Nucleotide, Ribonuclease and Stereochemistry. Guy Dirheimer combines subjects such as Cytoplasm, Aminoacylation, Wobble base pair, Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and Mitochondrion with his study of Yeast. His work deals with themes such as Gene and Escherichia coli, which intersect with Molecular biology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Biochemistry, Transfer RNA, Ochratoxin A, DNA and Molecular biology. His study in Nucleotide, In vitro, Amino acid, Glycoprotein and Protein biosynthesis is done as part of Biochemistry. Guy Dirheimer has researched Transfer RNA in several fields, including Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Yeast and Nuclease.
Guy Dirheimer works in the field of Ochratoxin A, namely Ochratoxin. His DNA research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carcinogenesis and Adduct. His research in Molecular biology tackles topics such as Gene which are related to areas like Metastasis, DNA synthesis, Cell growth, Cancer and Cell.
Guy Dirheimer mostly deals with Biochemistry, Ochratoxin A, Genotoxicity, Carcinogen and Ochratoxin. His Biochemistry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Mycotoxin. His studies link Pharmacology with Ochratoxin A.
The concepts of his Genotoxicity study are interwoven with issues in Cell culture, Kidney and Molecular biology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Superoxide dismutase, Catalase, Nephrotoxicity, Lipid peroxidation and Aspergillus ochraceus. His study in Transfer RNA is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Leucine, Nucleic acid sequence, Binding site and Nucleoside.
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Factors determining the specificity of the tRNA aminoacylation reaction. Non-absolute specificity of tRNA-aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase recognition and particular importance of the maximal velocity.
J.P. Ebel;R. Giegé;J. Bonnet;D. Kern.
Genotoxicity of ochratoxin A in mice: DNA single-strand break evaluation in spleen, liver and kidney
E.E. Creppy;A. Kane;G. Dirheimer;C. Lafarge-Frayssinet.
Toxicology Letters (1985)
Import of nuclear deoxyribonucleic acid coded lysine-accepting transfer ribonucleic acid (anticodon C-U-U) into yeast mitochondria
Robert P. Martin;Jean Marie Schneller;Andre J. C. Stahl;Guy Dirheimer.
Differential DNA adduct formation and disappearance in three mouse tissues after treatment with the mycotoxin ochratoxin A.
Annie Pfohl-Leszkowicz;Yann Grosse;Amadou Kane;Edmond E. Creppy.
Mutation Research (1993)
Effects of two metabolites of ochratoxin A, (4R)-4-hydroxyochratoxin A and ochratoxin alpha, on immune response in mice.
E E Creppy;F C Størmer;R Röschenthaler;G Dirheimer.
Infection and Immunity (1983)
Inhibition of protein synthesis in mice by ochratoxin A and its prevention by phenylalanine
E.-E. Creppy;E.-E. Creppy;R. Röschenthaler;G. Dirheimer;G. Dirheimer.
Food and Chemical Toxicology (1984)
Evidence for an enterohepatic circulation of ochratoxin A in mice.
Angelika Roth;Kheira Chakor;Edmond EkuéCreepy;Amadou Kane.
In vitro inhibition of yeast phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase by ochratoxin A.
E.-E. Creppy;A.A.J. Lugnier;F. Fasiolo;K. Heller.
Chemico-Biological Interactions (1979)
Distribution of the [3H]-label from low doses of radioactive ochratoxin a ingested by rats, and evidence for DNA single-strand breaks caused in liver and kidneys
Amadou Kane;Edmond Ekué Creppy;Angelika Roth;Robert Röschenthaler.
Archives of Toxicology (1986)
Formation of ochratoxin A metabolites and DNA-adducts in monkey kidney cells.
Yann Grosse;Isabelle Baudrimont;Marcel Castegnaro;Anne-Marie Betbeder.
Chemico-Biological Interactions (1995)
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