His scientific interests lie mostly in Biochemistry, Aristolochic acid, Carcinogen, DNA adduct and Molecular biology. His Aristolochic acid study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Aristolochia, Mutation, Balkan Nephropathy, Pathology and Kidney. His studies in Carcinogen integrate themes in fields like 3-Nitrobenzanthrone, In vivo, DNA damage and NAD+ kinase.
His DNA adduct research incorporates themes from Oxidative stress, Fluoranthene, Nephrotoxicity and Purine. Volker M. Arlt combines subjects such as Gene, Exon and Benzopyrene with his study of Molecular biology. His Cytochrome P450 research integrates issues from Microsome and Reductase.
Volker M. Arlt spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Carcinogen, Molecular biology, Cytochrome P450 and Aristolochic acid. The study incorporates disciplines such as 3-Nitrobenzanthrone, In vivo and Genotoxicity in addition to Carcinogen. The various areas that Volker M. Arlt examines in his Molecular biology study include Gene expression, DNA damage, Benzopyrene, Mutation and Carcinogenesis.
His research in Cytochrome P450 focuses on subjects like Microsome, which are connected to Cytochrome. His Aristolochic acid research includes elements of Cancer research, Aristolochia, Pathology and Internal medicine, Kidney. His study in DNA adduct is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Toxicology and Purine.
Volker M. Arlt mainly investigates Molecular biology, Carcinogen, Benzopyrene, Biochemistry and Cytochrome P450. His research integrates issues of DNA, Mutagen, DNA damage, DNA adduct and Mutation in his study of Molecular biology. He has researched Carcinogen in several fields, including 3-Nitrobenzanthrone, Cancer research, Cell culture and Gene expression.
His Benzopyrene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Microarray analysis techniques, Oxidative phosphorylation, Reactive oxygen species, Cytosol and Environmental chemistry. His research in Cytochrome P450 intersects with topics in Microsome, Reductase and Pharmacology. His work carried out in the field of Enzyme brings together such families of science as Carcinogen Metabolism, Aristolochic acid, In vivo and Metabolism.
His primary areas of investigation include Benzopyrene, Biochemistry, Cytochrome P450, Molecular biology and DNA damage. The concepts of his Benzopyrene study are interwoven with issues in DNA adduct and Pharmacology. Carcinogen and Carcinogenesis are among the areas of Biochemistry where the researcher is concentrating his efforts.
His Carcinogen research incorporates elements of Cancer research, Mutagenesis, DNA, Enzyme and Aristolochic acid. His study looks at the intersection of Cytochrome P450 and topics like Microsome with Reductase. His DNA damage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Malignant transformation, Viability assay, Genotoxicity and Transversion.
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Urothelial Carcinoma Associated with the Use of a Chinese Herb (Aristolochia fangchi)
J L Nortier;M C Martinez;H H Schmeiser;Volker Arlt.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2000)
Aristolochic acid as a probable human cancer hazard in herbal remedies a review
Volker M. Arlt;Marie Stiborova;Heinz H. Schmeiser.
The 32P-postlabeling assay for DNA adducts.
David H Phillips;Volker M Arlt.
Nature Protocols (2007)
Aristolochic acid mutagenesis: molecular clues to the aetiology of Balkan endemic nephropathy-associated urothelial cancer
Volker M. Arlt;Marie Stiborová;Jochen vom Brocke;Maria L. Simões.
A Compendium of Mutational Signatures of Environmental Agents
Jill E. Kucab;Xueqing Zou;Xueqing Zou;Sandro Morganella;Madeleine Joel.
DNA adducts and p53 mutations in a patient with aristolochic acid-associated nephropathy.
Graham M. Lord;Monica Hollstein;Volker M. Arlt;Candice Roufosse.
American Journal of Kidney Diseases (2004)
Metabolic activation of the environmental contaminant 3-nitrobenzanthrone by human acetyltransferases and sulfotransferase
Volker M. Arlt;Hansruedi Glatt;Eva Muckel;Ulrike Pabel.
SOS induction of selected naturally occurring substances in Escherichia coli (SOS chromotest)
Sebastian Kevekordes;Volker Mersch-Sundermann;Christian M Burghaus;Jan Spielberger.
Mutation Research-genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis (1999)
Cell cycle alterations induced by urban PM2.5 in bronchial epithelial cells: Characterization of the process and possible mechanisms involved
Eleonora Longhin;Jørn Andreas Holme;Kristine Bjerve Gutzkow;Volker Arlt.
Particle and Fibre Toxicology (2013)
The epidemiology, diagnosis, and management of aristolochic acid nephropathy: a narrative review.
M Refik Gökmen;Jean-Pierre Cosyns;Volker M Arlt;Marie Stiborová.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2013)
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