Andrew J. Grosovsky

Affiliations: 
University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
Area:
Molecular Biology, General Biophysics
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Neuwirth EA, Honma M, Grosovsky AJ. (2007) Interchromosomal crossover in human cells is associated with long gene conversion tracts. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 27: 5261-74
Moore SR, Papworth D, Grosovsky AJ. (2006) Non-random distribution of instability-associated chromosomal rearrangement breakpoints in human lymphoblastoid cells. Mutation Research. 600: 113-24
Moore SR, Ritter LE, Gibbons CF, et al. (2005) Spontaneous and radiation-induced genomic instability in human cell lines differing in cellular TP53 status. Radiation Research. 164: 357-68
Pongsaensook P, Ritter LE, Parks KK, et al. (2004) Cis-acting transmission of genomic instability. Mutation Research. 568: 49-68
Yaffe D, Cohen Y, Arey J, et al. (2001) Multimedia analysis of PAHs and nitro-PAH daughter products in the Los Angeles Basin Risk Analysis. 21: 275-294
Quintana PJ, Neuwirth EA, Grosovsky AJ. (2001) Interchromosomal gene conversion at an endogenous human cell locus. Genetics. 158: 757-67
Phousongphouang PT, Grosovsky AJ, Eastmond DA, et al. (2000) The genotoxicity of 3-nitrobenzanthrone and the nitropyrene lactones in human lymphoblasts. Mutation Research. 472: 93-103
Meng Q, Grosovsky AJ, Shi X, et al. (2000) Mutagenicity and loss of heterozygosity at the APRT locus in human lymphoblastoid cells exposed to 3'-azido-3'-deoxythymidine Mutagenesis. 15: 405-410
Giver CR, Grosovsky AJ. (2000) Radiation specific patterns of loss of heterozygosity on chromosome 17q Mutation Research - Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis. 450: 201-209
Sasaki JC, Arey J, Eastmond DA, et al. (1999) Evidence for oxidative metabolism in the genotoxicity of the atmospheric reaction product 2-nitronaphthalene in human lymphoblastoid cell lines. Mutation Research. 445: 113-25
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