2006 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Biochemistry, Nitric oxide, Carcinogen, DNA damage and Nitrite are his primary areas of study. His Biochemistry research includes elements of Nitrate and Microbial metabolism. His study looks at the intersection of Nitrate and topics like Arginine with Leucine.
His Nitric oxide course of study focuses on Inorganic chemistry and Nuclear chemistry. His Carcinogen research includes themes of Bladder cancer, Hemoglobin, Urinary bladder, Adduct and Environmental exposure. His work is dedicated to discovering how Nitrite, In vivo are connected with Lipopolysaccharide and In vitro and other disciplines.
Steven R. Tannenbaum focuses on Biochemistry, Carcinogen, Chromatography, Immunology and Nitric oxide. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Biochemistry, Stereochemistry and Pyrene is strongly linked to Adduct. His work deals with themes such as Bladder cancer and Hemoglobin, which intersect with Carcinogen.
His Chromatography study which covers Urine that intersects with Metabolism and Excretion. He frequently studies issues relating to Peroxynitrite and Nitric oxide. The Nitrosation study combines topics in areas such as Nitrite and Nitrosamine.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Immunology, Biochemistry, Dengue fever, Pharmacology and Inflammation. His studies in Immunology integrate themes in fields like Convalescence, Inflammatory bowel disease and Metabolomics. His study in Biochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tandem mass spectrometry and Chinese hamster ovary cell.
His Pharmacology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Human liver and Signal transduction. In his research on the topic of Inflammation, Acquired immune system and Neoplastic transformation is strongly related with Innate immune system. His study brings together the fields of Guanine and Carcinogen.
His primary areas of study are Immunology, Biochemistry, Metabolomics, Dengue fever and Metabolite. Steven R. Tannenbaum combines subjects such as Inflammatory bowel disease and Dexamethasone with his study of Immunology. His work in Dengue fever tackles topics such as Convalescence which are related to areas like Platelet, Immunopathology, Kynurenine and Tumor necrosis factor alpha.
The various areas that Steven R. Tannenbaum examines in his Metabolite study include Bronchoalveolar lavage, Lung, Helicobacter hepaticus and Lipid metabolism. Steven R. Tannenbaum focuses mostly in the field of Carcinogen, narrowing it down to matters related to Xenobiotic and, in some cases, DNA damage. His work investigates the relationship between Arsenic and topics such as Metabolism that intersect with problems in Chromatography.
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Analysis of nitrate, nitrite, and [15N]nitrate in biological fluids
Laura C. Green;David A. Wagner;Joseph Glogowski;Paul L. Skipper.
Analytical Biochemistry (1982)
DNA damage and mutation in human cells exposed to nitric oxide in vitro.
T Nguyen;D Brunson;C L Crespi;B W Penman.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1992)
A model for gastric cancer epidemiology.
Pelayo Correa;William Haenszel;Carlos Cuello;Steven Tannenbaum.
The Lancet (1975)
Nitrate biosynthesis in man.
L C Green;K Ruiz de Luzuriaga;D A Wagner;W Rand.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1981)
The chemistry of DNA damage from nitric oxide and peroxynitrite
Samar Burney;Jennifer L. Caulfield;Jacquin C. Niles;John S. Wishnok.
Mutation Research (1999)
Reactive nitrogen species in the chemical biology of inflammation.
Peter C. Dedon;Steven R. Tannenbaum.
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics (2004)
Gastric Precancerous Process in a High Risk Population: Cohort Follow-up
Pelayo Correa;William Haenszel;Carlos Cuello;Diego Zavala.
Cancer Research (1990)
A patterned anisotropic nanofluidic sieving structure for continuous-flow separation of DNA and proteins.
Jianping Fu;Reto B. Schoch;Anna L. Stevens;Steven R. Tannenbaum.
Nature Nanotechnology (2007)
The chemistry of the S-nitrosoglutathione/glutathione system
S. P. Singh;J. S. Wishnok;M. Keshive;W. M. Deen.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1996)
Nitrite in Human Saliva. Its Possible Relationship to Nitrosamine Formation
S.R. Tannenbaum;A.J. Sinskey;M. Weisman;W. Bishop.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1974)
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