His main research concerns Biochemistry, Genotoxicity, Comet assay, Micronucleus test and Carcinogen. In the field of Biochemistry, his study on DNA damage, Antioxidant, In vitro and Cafestol overlaps with subjects such as Kahweol. His DNA damage study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Glutathione peroxidase and Oxidative stress.
His Comet assay research includes themes of Viability assay, Cytotoxic T cell, Chromatography and Cytotoxicity. His work carried out in the field of Micronucleus test brings together such families of science as Microsome and Liver cell. His Carcinogen study combines topics in areas such as Human cancer, Toxicology and Anticarcinogen.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in DNA damage, Biochemistry, Genotoxicity, Comet assay and Pharmacology. He interconnects Oxidative stress, Inflammation, Molecular biology, Gel electrophoresis and DNA repair in the investigation of issues within DNA damage. His Biochemistry research focuses on Antioxidant, Glutathione, In vitro, Carcinogen and Enzyme.
As a part of the same scientific family, Siegfried Knasmüller mostly works in the field of Genotoxicity, focusing on Micronucleus test and, on occasion, Toxicology and Apoptosis. His research integrates issues of Cell culture, Cafestol and Cytotoxicity in his study of Comet assay. His work on Pharmacology toxicology as part of general Pharmacology research is frequently linked to Risk assessment, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Siegfried Knasmüller spends much of his time researching DNA damage, Micronucleus, Inflammation, Cancer research and Genotoxicity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cell, Physiology, Molecular biology and Carcinogen. His research in Molecular biology intersects with topics in DNA and Comet assay.
Siegfried Knasmüller combines subjects such as Dysplasia, Microsome, Cytotoxicity, MTT assay and Liver cell with his study of Comet assay. His Carcinogen research includes elements of Malondialdehyde and Reactive oxygen species. Siegfried Knasmüller has researched Inflammation in several fields, including Oxidative stress, Endocrinology and Insulin.
Siegfried Knasmüller focuses on DNA damage, Cancer research, Inflammation, Genotoxicity and Micronucleus. His work on Comet assay as part of general DNA damage study is frequently connected to Dicentric chromosome, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Inflammation research integrates issues from Gallic acid, Gel electrophoresis, Physiology and White adipose tissue.
The concepts of his Genotoxicity study are interwoven with issues in Molecular biology, Cytotoxicity, Microsome, Liver cell and MTT assay. His Cell research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Malignant transformation, Proteome, Cell culture and Glioma. He has included themes like Colitis, Oxidative stress, Dysplasia and Immunohistochemistry in his Inflammatory bowel disease study.
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Single cell gel electrophoresis assay: A new technique for human biomonitoring studies
Fekadu Kassie;Wolfram Parzefall;Siegfried Knasmüller.
Mutation Research-reviews in Mutation Research (2000)
Use of human-derived liver cell lines for the detection of environmental and dietary genotoxicants; current state of knowledge.
S Knasmüller;V Mersch-Sundermann;S Kevekordes;F Darroudi.
Detoxification of patulin and ochratoxin A, two abundant mycotoxins, by lactic acid bacteria
S. Fuchs;G. Sontag;R. Stidl;V. Ehrlich.
Food and Chemical Toxicology (2008)
Effect of Staining Procedures on the Results of Micronucleus Assays with Exfoliated Oral Mucosa Cells
Armen Nersesyan;Michael Kundi;Kambis Atefie;Rolf Schulte-Hermann.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention (2006)
Anticancer activity of the lanthanum compound [tris(1,10-phenanthroline)lanthanum(III)]trithiocyanate (KP772; FFC24).
Petra Heffeter;Michael A. Jakupec;Wilfried Körner;Stefan Wild.
Biochemical Pharmacology (2006)
Genotoxic, mutagenic and cytotoxic effects of the commercial dye CI Disperse Blue 291 in the human hepatic cell line HepG2
M.S. Tsuboy;J.P.F. Angeli;M.S. Mantovani;S. Knasmüller.
Toxicology in Vitro (2007)
Enhancement of Glutathione and γ-Glutamylcysteine Synthetase, the Rate Limiting Enzyme of Glutathione Synthesis, by Chemoprotective Plant-Derived Food and Beverage Components in the Human Hepatoma Cell Line HepG2
Gerlinde Scharf;Sonja Prustomersky;Siegfried Knasmuller;Rolf Schulte-Hermann.
Nutrition and Cancer (2003)
Khat (Catha edulis) consumption causes genotoxic effects in humans.
Fekadu Kassie;Firouz Darroudi;Michael Kundi;Rolf Schulte-Hermann.
International Journal of Cancer (2001)
Comparative investigation of multiple organs of mice and rats in the comet assay
Kaoru Sekihashi;Ayumu Yamamoto;Yukie Matsumura;Shunji Ueno.
Mutation Research-genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis (2002)
Metabolism of the masked mycotoxin deoxynivalenol-3-glucoside in rats.
Veronika Nagl;Heidi Schwartz;Rudolf Krska;Wulf-Dieter Moll.
Toxicology Letters (2012)
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