Susanne Flor

Select Publications

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1. Wang H, Adamcakova-Dodd A, Flor S, Gosse L, E Klenov VE, Stolwijk JM, Lehmler HJ, Hornbuckle KC, Ludewig G, Robertson LW, Thorne PS. Comprehensive Subchronic Inhalation Toxicity Assessment of an Indoor School Air Mixture of PCBs. Environ Sci Technol. 2020; 15976-15985, PMID: 33256405

Ehab Sarsour

Menon SG, Sarsour EH, Spitz DR, Higashikubo R, Sturm M, Zhang H and Goswami PC. Redox regulation of the G1 to S transition in the mouse embryo fibroblast cell cycle. Cancer Research 2003; 63, 2109-2117. PMID: 12727827

Sarsour EH, Agarwal M, Pandita TK, Oberley LW, and Goswami PC. Manganese superoxide dismutase protects the proliferative capacity of confluent normal human fibroblasts. J. Biol. Chem. 2005; 280:18033-18041. PMID: 15743756

Brett Wagner


Buettner lab


Orr, A.R.; Wagner, B.A.; Howard, C.T.; Schwartz, O.A.  Assay of plant proteins with bicinchoninic acid for high resolution two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Plant Cell Reports. 1988; 7(7): 598-601.

Burns, C.P.; Wagner, B.A.; North, J.A.  Effect of hyperthermia on selective expression of HL-60 heat shock proteins. Med. Onc. Tumor Pharmacother. 1989; 6 (4): 245-253.

Michael McCormick


Spitz Lab



Spitz DR, Li GC, McCormick ML, Sun Y, Oberley LW.  Stable H2O2-resistant variants of Chinese hamster fibroblasts demonstrate increases in catalase activity. Rad Res; 1988; 114:114-124. PMID: 3353499

Spitz DR, Li GC, McCormick ML, Sun Y, Oberley LW.  The isolation and partial characterization of stable H2O2-resistant variants of Chinese hamster fibroblasts. In: Oxygen Radicals in Biology and Medicine (Ed. M. Simic), Plenum Press, 1988; pp. 549-552. PMID: 3250510

Amanda Baker


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Zhu Y, Kalen AL, Li L, Lehmler HJ, Robertson LW, Goswami PC, Spitz DR, Aykin-Burns N. Polychlorinated-biphenyl-induced oxidative stress and cytotoxicity can be mitigated by antioxidants after exposure. Free Radic Biol Med. 2009; 47(12):1762-71. PMID: 19796678.

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