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1996-2000

Hartwig A

Recent advances in metal carcinogenicity.

Pure Appl Chem (2000), 72, 1007 – 1014.


Hartwig A

Metallionen zwischen Essentialität und Toxizität.

Chemie in unserer Zeit (2000), 34, 224 - 231.


Asmuss M, Mullenders LHF and Hartwig A

Interference by toxic metal compounds with isolated zinc finger DNA repair proteins.

Toxicol Lett (2000), 112 – 113, 227 - 231.


Beyersmann D and Hartwig A

Kombinationswirkungen bei krebserzeugenden Metallverbindungen.

ErgoMed (1999), 23, 170 – 175.


Krüger, I, Mullenders LHF and Hartwig A

Nickel(II) increases the sensitivity of V79 Chinese hamster cells towards cisplatin and transplatin by interference with distinct steps of DNA repair.

Carcinogenesis (1999), 20, 1177 – 1184. 


Jöckel KH, Ahrens W, Merzenich H, Jahn I, Wolf S, Hartwig A, Beyersmann D, Scholze M and Timm J

Integrierter Ansatz zum Risikomonitoring.

In: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Public Health e.V. (ed) Public-Health-Forschung in Deutschland. Verlag Hans Huber, Bern (1999), pp 124 – 126.


Nilsson R, Natarajan AT, Hartwig A, Dulout F, De la Rosa MF and Vahter M

Clastogenic effects and influence of inorganic arsenic on DNA repair in mammalian systems.

In: Sarkar B (ed) Metals and Genetics, Kluwer Academic, New York (1999), pp. 21 – 40.


Hartwig A, Mullenders LHF, Asmuss M, Benters M and Krueger I

Effect of metal compounds on the function oft zinc finger proteins involved in DNA repair.

In: Sarkar B (ed) Metals and Genetics, Kluwer Academic, New York (1999), pp. 159 - 169.


Hartwig A

Carcinogenicity of metal compounds: possible role of DNA repair inhibition.

Toxicol Lett (1998), 102 - 103, 235 - 239.


Iwitzki F, Schlepegrell R, Eichhorn U, Kaina B, Beyersmann D and Hartwig A

Nickel(II) inhibits the repair of O6-methylguanine in mammalian cells.

Arch Toxicol (1998), 72, 681 - 689.


Hartwig A, Mullenders LHF, Asmuss M, Dally H and Hartmann M

Disruption of DNA repair processes by carcinogenic metal compounds.

Fresenius J Anal Chem (1998), 361, 377 - 380.


Calevro F, Beyersmann D and Hartwig A

Effect of cadmium(II) on the extent of oxidative DNA damage in primary brain cell cultures from Pleurodeles larvae.

Toxicol Lett (1998), 94, 217 - 225.


Hartmann M and Hartwig A

Disturbance of DNA damage recognition after UV-irradiation by nickel(II) and cadmium(II) in mammalian cells.

Carcinogenesis (1998), 19, 617 - 621.


Hartwig A

Assessment of oxidative DNA damage by the frequency of formamidopyrimidine DNA glycosylase (FPG) sensitive DNA lesions

in: Halliwell B and Aruoma OI (eds) DNA and free radicals, OICA International, Saint Lucia, London (1998), pp 215 - 223.


Dally H and Hartwig A

Induction and repair inhibition of oxidative DNA damage by nickel(II) and cadmium(II) in mammalian cells.

Carcinogenesis (1997), 18, 1021 - 1026.


Kasten U, Mullenders LHF and Hartwig A

Cobalt(II) inhibits the incision and the polymerization step of nucleotide excision repair in human fibroblasts.

Mutat Res (1997), 383, 81 -89.


Hartwig A, Gröblinghoff UD, Beyersmann D, Natarajan AT, Filon R and Mullenders LHF

Interaction of arsenic(III) with nucleotide excision repair in UV-irradiated human fibroblasts.

Carcinogenesis (1997), 18, 399 - 405.


Beyersmann D and Hartwig A

Cellular effects of cadmium: Interference with DNA repair and gene regulation

in: Mohr U, Dungworth DL, Adler KB, Harris CC and Plopper CG (eds) Correlations between In Vitro and In Vivo Investigations in Inhalation Toxicology, ILSI Press, Washington D.C (1997), pp 380 - 392.


Hartwig A, Dally H and Schlepegrell R

Sensitive analysis of oxidative DNA damage in mammalian cells: Use of the bacterial Fpg protein in combination with alkaline unwinding.

Toxicol Lett (1996), 88, 85 - 90.


Hartwig A, Schlepegrell, Dally RH and Hartmann M

Interaction of carcinogenic metal compounds with DNA repair processes.

Ann Clin Lab Sci (1996), 26, 31-38.


Hartwig A, Schlepegrell R and Beyersmann D

Analysis of metal-induced oxidative DNA damage in cultured mammalian cells.

Fresenius J Anal Chem (1996), 354, 606 - 608.