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2015Blood micronutrients and DNA damage in childrenMilne, E.; Greenop, K.; Ramankutty, P.; Miller, M.; de Klerk, N.; Armstrong, B.; Almond, T.; O'Callaghan, N.; Fenech, M.
2000Report from the in vitro micronucleus assay working groupKirsch-Volders, M.; Sofuni, T.; Aardema, M.; Albertini, S.; Eastmond, D.; Fenech, M.; Ishidate, M.; Lorge, E.; Norppa, H.; Surralles, J.; Von Der Hude, W.; Wakata, A.
2003Effect of smoking habit on the frequency of micronuclei in human lymphocytes: results from the human micronucleus projectBonassi, S.; Neri, M.; Lando, C.; Ceppi, M.; Lin, Y.; Chang, W.; Holland, N.; Kirsch-Volders, M.; Zeiger, E.; Fenech, M.
2001Preliminary study of the genotoxic potential of homocysteine in human lymphocytes in vitroCrott, J.; Fenech, M.
2004Anti-genotoxic effects of tea catechins against reactive oxygen species in human lymphoblastoid cellsSugisawa, A.; Kimura, M.; Fenech, M.; Umegaki, K.
2003Report from the in vitro micronucleus assay working groupKirsch-Volders, M.; Sofuni, T.; Aardema, M.; Albertini, S.; Eastmond, D.; Fenech, M.; Ishidate, M.; Kirchner, S.; Lorge, E.; Morita, T.; Norppa, H.; Surralles, J.; Vanhauwaert, A.; Wakata, A.
2004Folate deficiency induces aneuploidy in human lymphocytes in vitro - evidence using cytokinesis-blocked cells and probes specific for chromosomes 17 and 21Wang, X.; Thomas, P.; Xue, J.; Fenech, M.
2003HUMN project: detailed description of the scoring criteria for the cytokinesis-block micronucleus assay using isolated human lymphocyte culturesFenech, M.; Chang, W.; Kirsch-Volders, M.; Holland, N.; Bonassi, S.; Zeiger, E.
2007Harmonisation of the micronucleus assay in human buccal cells - a Human Micronucleus (HUMN) project (www.humn.org) initiative commencing in 2007Fenech, M.; Bolognesi, C.; Kirsch-Volders, M.; Bonassi, S.; Zeiger, E.; Knasmuller, S.; Holland, N.
2000Micronucleus induction and chromosome loss in transformed human white cells indicate clastogenic and aneugenic action of the cyanobacterial toxin, cylindrospermopsinHumpage, A.; Fenech, M.; Thomas, P.; Falconer, I.