His main research concerns Biochemistry, DNA damage, Molecular biology, Carcinogen and Comet assay. Biochemistry and Metabolomics are frequently intertwined in his study. DNA damage is a subfield of DNA that he tackles.
His studies deal with areas such as Gene expression, Platichthys, EUROPEAN FLOUNDER, Flounder and Complementary DNA as well as Molecular biology. In Carcinogen, James K. Chipman works on issues like DNA oxidation, which are connected to Deoxyguanosine and Glutathione. His study with Comet assay involves better knowledge in Genetics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Molecular biology, Biochemistry, Hepatocyte, DNA damage and Toxicity. His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Genetics, Gene expression, Sodium dichromate, Flounder and Complementary DNA. His study in DNA, Glutathione, Carcinogen, In vitro and Mutagenesis falls under the purview of Biochemistry.
His research in Hepatocyte intersects with topics in Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Gap junction, Menadione and In vivo. His DNA damage research incorporates themes from Oxidative stress and Deoxyguanosine. In his work, Cytochrome is strongly intertwined with Mytilus, which is a subfield of Comet assay.
James K. Chipman mainly investigates Toxicity, Toxicology, Environmental chemistry, Epigenetics and DNA methylation. He has researched Toxicity in several fields, including Oxidative stress, Incidence, Environmental health, Pharmacology and Physiology. His Physiology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mode of action, Food contaminant, Genotoxicity and Carcinogen.
His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Xenobiotic, Biochemistry, Gene expression and Acute toxicity. James K. Chipman integrates Biochemistry and Trisphosphate in his research. His Epigenetics research also works with subjects such as
James K. Chipman mainly focuses on Adverse Outcome Pathway, Toxicity, Biotechnology, Risk analysis and Chronic toxicity. His study of Adverse Outcome Pathway brings together topics like Appetite, Food intake, Serotonin reuptake, Pharmacology and Mechanism. His research on Toxicity frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nanoparticle.
His research on Biotechnology often connects related areas such as Oxidative dna damage. James K. Chipman interconnects Hazard, Animal Welfare and Life history theory in the investigation of issues within Risk analysis. His Chronic toxicity study incorporates themes from Environmental engineering, Bioinformatics and Delayed toxicity.
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DNA strand breakage in aquatic organisms and the potential value of the comet assay in environmental monitoring
C.L Mitchelmore;J.K Chipman.
Mutation Research (1998)
A DNA expression array to detect toxic stress response in European flounder (Platichthys flesus).
Timothy Williams;Karl Gensberg;Stephen Minchin;James Chipman.
Aquatic Toxicology (2003)
Silver and nanoparticles of silver in wound dressings: a review of efficacy and safety
L J Wilkinson;R J White;J K Chipman.
Journal of Wound Care (2011)
Effects of the “Aegean Sea” oil spill on biotransformation enzymes, oxidative stress and DNA-adducts in digestive gland of the mussel (Mytilus edulus L.)
M. Solé;C. Porte;X. Biosca;C.L. Mitchelmore.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Pharmacology, Toxicology and Endocrinology (1996)
Quercetin inhibits hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)-induced NF-kappaB DNA binding activity and DNA damage in HepG2 cells.
Clement A. Musonda;James K. Chipman.
Detection of DNA strand breaks in brown trout (Salmo trutta) hepatocytes and blood cells using the single cell gel electrophoresis (comet) assay
C.L Mitchelmore;J.K Chipman.
Aquatic Toxicology (1998)
Identifying health impacts of exposure to copper using transcriptomics and metabolomics in a fish model.
Eduarda M. Santos;Jonathan S. Ball;Tim D. Williams;Huifeng Wu.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Development and application of the adverse outcome pathway framework for understanding and predicting chronic toxicity: I. Challenges and research needs in ecotoxicology.
Ksenia J. Groh;Ksenia J. Groh;Raquel N. Carvalho;James K. Chipman;Nancy D. Denslow.
Adaptive differences in gene expression in European flounder (Platichthys flesus).
Peter F. Larsen;Einar E. Nielsen;Timothy D. Williams;Jakob Hemmer-Hansen;Jakob Hemmer-Hansen.
Molecular Ecology (2007)
Epigenetic memory of environmental organisms: a reflection of lifetime stressor exposures.
Leda Mirbahai;James K. Chipman.
Mutation Research-genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis (2014)
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