His primary scientific interests are in Genotoxicity, Local lymph node assay, Immunology, Alternative methods and Allergic contact dermatitis. The concepts of his Genotoxicity study are interwoven with issues in Gene mutation, DNA adduct, Comet assay, Chromosome aberration and In vivo. Raymond R. Tice has researched Comet assay in several fields, including Radiation Induced DNA Damage and DNA repair.
His study ties his expertise on DNA damage together with the subject of DNA repair. His DNA damage research incorporates elements of Agarose gel electrophoresis, Nucleic acid and Lymphocyte. His study on Lymphocyte proliferation is often connected to Positive response and Positive control as part of broader study in Immunology.
Raymond R. Tice spends much of his time researching In vivo, Molecular biology, Toxicity, Immunology and Genetics. His work carried out in the field of In vivo brings together such families of science as In vitro, Computational biology, Alkaline Comet Assay and Somatic cell. In his research, DNA repair, Sister chromatids and Cell culture is intimately related to DNA damage, which falls under the overarching field of Molecular biology.
His Toxicity research includes themes of High-throughput screening and Pharmacology. In the field of Immunology, his study on Bone marrow overlaps with subjects such as Allergic contact dermatitis, Local lymph node assay and Alternative methods. Within one scientific family, Raymond R. Tice focuses on topics pertaining to Comet assay under Genotoxicity, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Toxicology.
His main research concerns Risk analysis, Computational biology, Cytotoxicity, DNA damage and MEDLINE. His Chemical hazard study in the realm of Risk analysis interacts with subjects such as Protocol, Adverse Outcome Pathway and Hazard analysis. His work in Computational biology addresses issues such as Toxicity, which are connected to fields such as Function, Organ Specificity and In vitro.
His Cytotoxicity study improves the overall literature in Biochemistry. He has researched DNA damage in several fields, including Cricetulus, Mutagen, Genotoxicity and Micronucleus test. He interconnects Andrology, Bioassay and Comet assay in the investigation of issues within Genotoxicity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Induced pluripotent stem cell, Cytotoxicity, MEDLINE, Risk analysis and Environmental monitoring. He integrates many fields, such as Induced pluripotent stem cell and engineering, in his works. His Cell biology research includes elements of Viability assay, Developmental neurotoxicity, In silico and Environmental toxicology.
Raymond R. Tice combines subjects such as Neurotoxicity, Neurite, High-throughput screening, Neuroscience and In vivo with his study of High-content screening. His Cytotoxicity research incorporates themes from Cell culture, Cellular differentiation, Molecular biology, Cytotoxic T cell and Pharmacology. Much of his study explores MEDLINE relationship to Public health.
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A simple technique for quantitation of low levels of DNA damage in individual cells
Narendra P. Singh;Michael T. McCoy;Raymond R. Tice;Edward L. Schneider.
Experimental Cell Research (1988)
Recommendations for conducting the in vivo alkaline Comet assay
A. Hartmann;E. Agurell;C. Beevers;S. Brendler-Schwaab.
IPCS guidelines for the monitoring of genotoxic effects of carcinogens in humans
Richard J Albertini;Diana Anderson;George R Douglas;Lars Hagmar.
Mutation Research-reviews in Mutation Research (2000)
Fourth International Workgroup on Genotoxicity testing: results of the in vivo Comet assay workgroup.
Brian Burlinson;Raymond R. Tice;Günter Speit;Eva Agurell.
Mutation Research-genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis (2007)
Improving the Human Hazard Characterization of Chemicals: A Tox21 Update
Raymond R. Tice;Christopher P. Austin;Robert J. Kavlock;John R. Bucher.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2013)
Guidelines for the conduct of micronucleus assays in mammalian bone marrow erythrocytes.
James T. MacGregor;John A. Heddle;Mark Hite;Barry H. Margolin.
Mutation Research/genetic Toxicology (1987)
Abundant alkali-sensitive sites in DNA of human and mouse sperm☆
Narendra P. Singh;David B. Danner;Raymond R. Tice;Michael T. McCoy.
Experimental Cell Research (1989)
Compound cytotoxicity profiling using quantitative high-throughput screening.
Menghang Xia;Ruili Huang;Kristine L. Witt;Noel Southall.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2007)
5-hmC in the brain is abundant in synaptic genes and shows differences at the exon-intron boundary.
Tarang Khare;Shraddha Pai;Karolis Koncevicius;Karolis Koncevicius;Mrinal Pal.
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology (2012)
Toxicity testing in the 21st century: implications for human health risk assessment.
Robert J. Kavlock;Christopher P. Austin;Raymond R. Tice.
Risk Analysis (2009)
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