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2009

Himmelstein, Matthew W.; Boogaard, Peter J.; Cadet, Jean; Farmer, Peter B.; Kim, James H.; Martin, Elizabeth A.; Persaud, Rudranath and Shuker, David E. G. (2009). Creating context for the use of DNA adduct data in cancer risk assessment: II. Overview of methods of identification and quantitation of DNA damage. Critical Reviews in Toxicology, 39(8) pp. 679–694.

Velasco, Maria; Sahgal, Natasha; Shuker, David and Moore, Sharon (2009). Biosensor technology for the screening of cancer risk biomarkers related to diet. In: EuroAnalysis 2009, 6-10 Sep 2009, Innsbruck, Austria. file

Smiałek, Małgorzata A.; Moore, Sharon A.; Shuker, David E. G. and Mason, Nigel J. (2009). Quantification of radiation-induced single-strand breaks in plasmid DNA using a TUNEL/ELISA-based assay. Radiation Research, 172(5) pp. 529–536. file

Jarabek, Annie M.; Pottenger, Lynn H.; Andrews, Larry S.; Casciano, Daniel; Embry, Michelle R.; Kim, James H.; Preston, R. Julian; Reddy, M Vijayaraj; Schoeny, Rita; Shuker, David; Skare, Julie; Swenberg, James; Williams, Gary M. and Zeiger, Errol (2009). Creating context for the use of DNA adduct data in cancer risk assessment: I. Data organization. Critical Reviews in Toxicology, 39(8) pp. 659–678.

2008

Guthery, William; Shuker, David; Pillinger, Colin; Tsanaclsi , Lolita and Morgan, Geraint (2008). Detection of opiates and benzodiazepines in human serum by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography (2D-GC). In: Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical Research Forum, 21-23 July 2008, University of Hull, U.K..

Narukulla, Raman; Shuker, David E. G.; Ramesh, Vasudevan and Xu, Yao-Zhong (2008). Unambiguous structural elucidation of base-modified purine nucleosides using NMR. Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 46(1) pp. 1–8.

Smialek, M. A.; Hoffman, S. V.; Folkard, M.; Prise, K. M.; Shuker, D. E. G.; Braithwaite, N. St. J. and Mason, N. J. (2008). VUV irradiation studies of plasmid DNA in aqueous solution. In: Radiation Damage in Biomolecular Systems, 19-22 July 2007, Dublin, p. 12020.

2007

Shuker, David (2007). Chemical genetics. Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry, Section B: Organic Chemistry, 103 pp. 165–173.

Lunn, J. C.; Kuhnle, G.; Mai, V.; Frankenfeld, C.; Shuker, D.; Glen, R. C.; Goodman, J. M.; Pollock, J. R. A. and Bingham, S. A. (2007). The effect of haem in red and processed meat on the endogenous formation of N-nitroso compounds in the upper gastrointestinal tract. Carcinogenesis, 28(3) pp. 685–690.

Gottschalg, Elke; Scott, Gina B.; Burns, Philip A. and Shuker, David E.G. (2007). Potassium diazoacetate-induced p53 mutations in vitro in relation to formation of O6-carboxymethyl- and O6-methyl-20-deoxyguanosine DNA adducts: relevance for gastrointestinal cancer. Carcinogenesis, 28(2) pp. 356–362. file

MacQueen, Hilary A.; Sadler, Dawn A.; Moore, Sharon A.; Daya, Sandeep; Brown, Jacqueline Y.; Shuker, David E.G.; Seaman, Michael and Wassif, Wassif S. (2007). Deleterious effects of a cafeteria diet on the livers of non-obese rats. Nutrition Research, 27(1) pp. 38–47.

Guthery, Bill; Shuker, David E. G.; Pillinger, Colin T.; Gilmour, Mabs A.; Valussi, Silvia; Wicks, John; Tsanaclis, Lolita and Morgan, Geraint H. (2007). Stable isostopes(δ13C): A proposed means of identifying the source of gamma-hydroxybuturic acid (GHB). In: Joint Meeting of the International association of Forensic Toxicologists and International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety , 26-30 August 2007, Seattle.

2006

Lewin, Michelle H.; Bailey, Nina; Bandaletova, Tanya; Bowman, Richard; Cross, Amanda J.; Pollock, Jim; Shuker, David E.G. and Bingham, Sheila A. (2006). Red Meat Enhances the Colonic Formation of the DNA Adduct O6-Carboxymethyl Guanine: Implications for Colorectal Cancer Risk. Cancer Research, 66(3) pp. 1859–1865.

Shuker, David (2006). Chemical genetics. Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry, Section B: Organic Chemistry, 102 pp. 138–147.

2005

Narukulla, Raman; Shuker, David E.G. and Xu, Yao-Zhong (2005). Post-synthetic and site-specific modification of endocyclic nitrogen atoms of purines in DNA and its potential for biological and structural studies. Nucleic Acids Research, 33(6) pp. 1767–1778. file

Shuker, David E.G. (2005). Chemical genetics. Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry, Section B: Organic Chemistry, 101 pp. 137–147.

2004

Cupid, Belinda C.; Zeng, Zuotao; Singh, Rajinder and Shuker, David E.G. (2004). Detection of O6-Carboxymethyl-2'-deoxyguanosine in DNA Following Reaction of Nitric Oxide with Glycine and in Human Blood DNA Using a Quantitative Immunoslot Blot Assay. Chemical Research in Toxicology, 17(3) pp. 294–300.

Shuker, David E.G. (2004). Chemical Genetics. Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry, Section B: Organic Chemistry, 100 pp. 191–205.

2003

Stewart, Bernard W.; Greim, Helmut; Shuker, David and Kauppinen, Timo (2003). Defence of IARC monographs. The Lancet, 361(9365) p. 1300.

Shuker, D.E.G. (2003). The role of N-nitrosation in colon carcinogenesis: some recent insights. In: Scheppach, W and Scheurlen, M eds. Exogenous Factors in Colonic Carcinogenesis. Falk Symposium Series, 128 (128). Wurburg, Germany: Springer, pp. 216–214.

2002

Shuker, David E.G. (2002). The enemy at the gates? DNA adducts as biomarkers of exposure to exogenous and endogenous genotoxic agents. Toxicology Letters, 134(1-3) pp. 51–56.

Farmer, Peter B.; Bartsch, H.; Boobis, A.; Chipman, K.; Gescher, A.; Kadlubar, F.F.; Manson, M.M.; Phillips, D.H.; Shuker, David; Swenberg, J.A.; Tannenbaum, S.R. and Wild, C.P. (2002). Basic or applied, it's the interaction that counts - Toxicology must not be driven by politics: it's science that should drive decision-making. Nature, 417(6895) p. 117.

Leuratti, Chiara; Watson, Mark A.; Deag, Eliot J.; Welch, Ailsa; Singh, Rajinder; Gottschalg, Elke; Marnett, Lawrence J.; Atkin, Wendy; Day, Nicholas E.; Shuker, David E.G. and Bingham, Sheila A. (2002). Detection of Malondialdehyde DNA adducts in human colorectal mucosa: relationship with diet and the presence of adenomas. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 11(3) pp. 267–273.

van den Brandt, P.; Voorrips, L.; Hertz-Picciotto, I.; Shuker, D.; Boeing, H.; Speijers, G.; Guittard, C.; Kleiner, J.; Knowles, M.; Wolk, A. and Goldbohm, A. (2002). The contribution of epidemiology. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 40(2-3) pp. 387–427.

2001

Tullett, JM; Rees, DD; Shuker, David and Gescher, A (2001). Lack of correlation between the observed stability and pharmacological properties of S-nitroso derivatives of glutathione and cysteine-related peptides. Biochemical Pharmacology, 62(9) pp. 1239–1247.

Singh, Rajinder; Leuratti, Chiara; Josyula, Shylaja; Sipowicz, Marek A.; Diwan, Bhalchandra A.; Kasprzak, Kazimierz S.; Schut, Herman A.J.; Marnett, Lawrence J.; Anderson, Lucy M. and Shuker, David E.G. (2001). Lobe-specific increases in malondialdehyde DNA adduct formation in the livers of mice following infection with Helicobacter hepaticus. Carcinogenesis, 22(8) pp. 1281–1287.

Everett, Simon M.; Singh, Raj; Leuratti, Chiara; White, Kay L. M.; Neville, Peter; Greenwood, Darren; Marnett, Lawrence J.; Schorah, Christopher J.; Forman, David; Shuker, David and Axon, Anthony T. R. (2001). Levels of Malondialdehyde-Deoxyguanosine in the gastric mucosa: Relationship with lipid peroxidation, ascorbic acid, and Helicobacter pylori. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 10(4) pp. 369–376.

Lucas, Lynda T.; Gatehouse, David; Jones, George D.D. and Shuker, David E.G. (2001). Characterization of DNA damage at purine residues in oligonucleotides and calf thymus DNA induced by the mutagen 1-nitrosoindole-3-acetonitrile. Chemical Research in Toxicology, 14(2) pp. 158–164.

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