Henry John Burki, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1963-1967 Experimental Radiology University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
 1969-1976 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
 1976-1981 Donner Laboratory Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA 
Area:
Radiation Biology, DNA damage, Biophysics
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Born 08 August 1940, Pennsylvania
BS Rutgers University, 1962
MS Rutgers University, 1963, emphasis on biological effects of internal emitters
PhD, University of Rochester "Techniques of tissue culture of course leukemic cells, and other related procedures"
Postdoctoral, University of California, Berkeley "Hormone effects on mammalian cell growth, synchronous experiments with Chinese hamster cells"
Kernforschungsanlage, Inst. für Medizin, Jülich, W. Germany, Summer 1971. Effects of 125-Iodine decays on hamster cells in culture (collaboration with L. Feinendegen and V. Bond)
Died 02 June 1981, Alameda, California

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Shigefumi Okada grad student 1963-1967 Rochester
Cornelius Anthony Tobias post-doc 1968-1969 UC Berkeley (Physics Tree)

Children

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Richard Dean Wood grad student 1977-1981 UC Berkeley
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Wood RD, Burki HJ, Hughes M, et al. (1983) Radiation-induced lethality and mutation in a repair-deficient CHO cell line International Journal of Radiation Biology. 43: 207-213
Goth-Goldstein R, Burki HJ. (1980) Ethylnitrosourea-induced mutagenesis in asynchronous and synchronous Chinese hamster ovary cells. Mutation Research. 69: 127-37
Burki HJ, Aebersold PM. (1978) Bromodeoxyuridine-induced mutations in synchronous Chinese hamster cells: temporal induction of 6-thioguanine and ouabain resistance during DNA replication. Genetics. 90: 311-21
Burki HJ, Koch C, Wolff S. (1978) Molecular suicide studies of 125I and 3H disintegration in the DNA of Chinese hamster cells. Current Topics in Radiation Research Quarterly. 12: 408-25
Koch CJ, Burki HJ. (1977) Enhancement of X-ray induced potentially lethal damage by low temperature storage of mammalian cells. The British Journal of Radiology. 50: 290-3
Aebersold PM, Burki HJ. (1976) 5-bromodeoxyuridine mutagenesis in synchronous hamster cells. Mutation Research. 40: 63-6
Burki HJ. (1976) Critical DNA damage and mammalian cell reproduction. Journal of Molecular Biology. 103: 599-610
Burki HJ, Bunker S, Ritter M, et al. (1975) DNA damage from incorporated radioisotopes: influence of the 3H location in the cell. Radiation Research. 62: 299-312
Bird RP, Burki HJ. (1975) Survival of synchronized Chinese hamster cells exposed to radiation of different linear-energy transfer. International Journal of Radiation Biology and Related Studies in Physics, Chemistry, and Medicine. 27: 105-20
Cleaver JE, Burki HJ. (1974) Letter: Biological damage from intranuclear carbon-14 decays: DNA single-strand breaks and repair in mammalian cells. International Journal of Radiation Biology and Related Studies in Physics, Chemistry, and Medicine. 26: 399-403
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