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List of co-cited articles
367 articles co-cited >1



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A simple technique for quantitation of low levels of DNA damage in individual cells.
N P Singh, M T McCoy, R R Tice, E L Schneider. Exp Cell Res 1988
44



The comet assay: a comprehensive review.
D W Fairbairn, P L Olive, K L O'Neill. Mutat Res 1995
19


The single cell gel electrophoresis assay (comet assay): a European review.
V J McKelvey-Martin, M H Green, P Schmezer, B L Pool-Zobel, M P De Méo, A Collins. Mutat Res 1993
680
17


DNA damage and repair with age in individual human lymphocytes.
N P Singh, D B Danner, R R Tice, L Brant, E L Schneider. Mutat Res 1990
177
14

Determination of radiation-induced damage in lymphocytes using the micronucleus and microgel electrophoresis 'Comet' assays.
A M Malcolmson, G Davies, J A Hanson, J O Deeley, C C Gaffney, A D McGregor, I J Kerby. Eur J Cancer 1995
18
44



Analysis of DNA alkylation damage and repair in mammalian cells by the comet assay.
P Fortini, G Raspaglio, M Falchi, E Dogliotti. Mutagenesis 1996
83
12


The comet assay: mechanisms and technical considerations.
M Klaude, S Eriksson, J Nygren, G Ahnström. Mutat Res 1996
395
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Evaluation of DNA damage in leukocytes of ex-smokers by single cell gel electrophoresis.
G Frenzilli, C Betti, T Davini, M Desideri, E Fornai, L Giannessi, F Maggiorelli, P Paoletti, R Barale. Mutat Res 1997
77
9



Modifications of alkaline microgel electrophoresis for sensitive detection of DNA damage.
N P Singh, R E Stephens, E L Schneider. Int J Radiat Biol 1994
162
9


Comparative studies by comet test and SCE analysis in human lymphocytes from 200 healthy subjects.
C Betti, T Davini, L Giannessi, N Loprieno, R Barale. Mutat Res 1995
121
7

Effect of diet and vitamin C on DNA strand breakage in freshly-isolated human white blood cells.
M H Green, J E Lowe, A P Waugh, K E Aldridge, J Cole, C F Arlett. Mutat Res 1994
112
7

Detection of DNA effects in human cells with the comet assay and their relevance for mutagenesis.
G Speit, S Hanelt, R Helbig, A Seidel, A Hartmann. Toxicol Lett 1996
57
8


Comet assay in human biomonitoring studies: reliability, validation, and applications.
A Collins, M Dusinská, M Franklin, M Somorovská, H Petrovská, S Duthie, L Fillion, M Panayiotidis, K Raslová, N Vaughan. Environ Mol Mutagen 1997
420
7



Comet assay studies of radiation-induced DNA damage and repair in various tumour cell lines.
W U Müller, T Bauch, C Streffer, F Niedereichholz, W Böcker. Int J Radiat Biol 1994
54
9


Assessment of DNA damage in leukocytes from infected and malnourished children by single cell gel electrophoresis/comet assay.
M Betancourt, R Ortiz, C González, P Pérez, L Cortés, L Rodríguez, L Villaseñor. Mutat Res 1995
53
9


Hypersensitivity of human lymphocytes to UV-B and solar irradiation.
C F Arlett, J E Lowe, S A Harcourt, A P Waugh, J Cole, L Roza, B L Diffey, T Mori, O Nikaido, M H Green. Cancer Res 1993
77
7






The comet assay: what can it really tell us?
A R Collins, V L Dobson, M Dusinská, G Kennedy, R Stĕtina. Mutat Res 1997
499
6

DNA double-strand break rejoining deficiency in TK6 and other human B-lymphoblast cell lines.
H H Evans, M Ricanati, M F Horng, Q Jiang, J Mencl, P Olive. Radiat Res 1993
69
6


The ability of the Comet assay to discriminate between genotoxins and cytotoxins.
L Henderson, A Wolfreys, J Fedyk, C Bourner, S Windebank. Mutagenesis 1998
232
6

Genotoxicity of vanadium pentoxide evaluate by the single cell gel electrophoresis assay in human lymphocytes.
E Rojas, M Valverde, L A Herrera, M Altamirano-Lozano, P Ostrosky-Wegman. Mutat Res 1996
45
8

Antioxidant supplementation decreases oxidative DNA damage in human lymphocytes.
S J Duthie, A Ma, M A Ross, A R Collins. Cancer Res 1996
403
6


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.