The hCOMET project: International database comparison of results with the comet assay in human biomonitoring. Baseline frequency of DNA damage and effect of main confounders

M. Mili, M. Ceppi, M. Bruzzone, A. Azqueta, G. Brunborg, R. Godschalk, G. Koppen, S. Langie, P. Moller, J.P. Teixeira, A. Alija, D. Anderson, V. Andrade, C. Andreoli, F. Asllani, E.E. Bangkoglu, M. Barancokova, N. Basaran, E. Boutet-Robinet, A. BuschiniD. Cavallo, C.C. Pereira, C. Costa, S. Costa, J. Da Silva, C. Del Bo, V.D. Sreckovic, N. Djelic, Z. Durackova, M. Dvorakova, G. Gajski, S. Galati, O.G. Lima, L. Giovannelli, I.A. Goroshinskaya, A. Grindel, K.B. Gutzkow, A. Hernandez, C. Hernandez, K.B. Holven, I. Ibero-Baraibar, I. Ottestad, E. Kadioglu, A. Kazimirova, E. Kuznetsova, C. Ladeira, B. Laffon, P. Lamonaca, P. Lebailly, H. Louro

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Original languageEnglish
Article number108371
Number of pages13
JournalMutation Research-Reviews in Mutation Research
Volume787
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2021

Keywords

  • Comet assay
  • DNA damage
  • Pooled analysis
  • Human biomonitoring
  • Biomarkers
  • HUMAN MICRONUCLEUS PROJECT
  • HUMAN-LYMPHOCYTES
  • POOLED ANALYSIS
  • HOST FACTORS
  • CELLS
  • SMOKING

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