Shanaz Dairkee, Ph.D.

California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute
email: DairkeS@cpmcri.org

Grants

In vivo impact of xenoestrogen exposure on the human breast 2018 (Cycle 24)
CRC (Community Research Collaboration) Full Research Awards 24BB-2200 $788,664
Impact of Reducing Chemical Exposure to the Human Breast 2015 (Cycle 21)
CRC (Community Research Collaboration) Pilot Awards 21AB-1401 $218,572
Xenoestrogen-specific perturbations in the human breast 2011 (Cycle 17)
Request for Proposals 17UB-8702 $899,961
A Novel Biological Framework for the Role of Xenoestrogens 2006 (Cycle 12)
IDEA (Innovative, Developmental, and Exploratory Awards) 12IB-0115 $279,242
Infinite Expansion of Breast Tumor Samples in Culture 2002 (Cycle VIII)
STEP Award 8WB-0032 $311,400
Genetic Changes in Normal Epithelium of the Cancerous Breast 2000 (Cycle VI)
RFA (Request for Applications) 6PB-0083 $616,342
Molecular Mapping of Surgical Margins 1998 (Cycle IV)
ITaMoCAs 4CB-0134 $287,992


A Ternary Mixture of Common Chemicals Perturbs Benign Human Breast Epithelial Cells More Than the Same Chemicals Do Individually
  Periodical: Toxicological Sciences
  Author(s): S Dairkee, G Luciani-Torres, D. Moore, I. Jaffee, W Goodson
  Yr: 2018 Vol: 165 Nbr: 1 Pgs: 131-144
  Associated Grant: Xenoestrogen-specific perturbations in the human breast
 
Exposure to the polyester PET precursor terephthalic acid induces and perpetuates DNA damage-harboring non-malignant human breast cells
  Periodical: Carcinogenesis
  Author(s): Maria Gloria Luciani-Torres, Dan H.Moore, William H.Goodson III and Shanaz H.Dairkee
  Yr: 2015 Vol: 36 Nbr: 1 Pgs: 168-176
  Associated Grant: Xenoestrogen-specific perturbations in the human breast
 
Bisphenol-A-induced inactivation of the p53 axis underlying deregulation of proliferation kinetics, and cell death in non-malignant human breast epithelial cells.
  Periodical: Carcinogenesis
  Author(s): Dairkee SH, Luciani-Torres MG, Moor DH, Goodson WH 3rd.
  Yr: 2013 Vol: 34 Nbr: 3 Pgs: 703-12
  Associated Grant: Xenoestrogen-specific perturbations in the human breast
 
Bisphenol A induces a profile of tumor aggressiveness in high-risk cells from breast cancer patients.
  Periodical: Cancer Research
  Author(s): Dairkee SH, Seok J, Champion S, Sayeed A, Mindrinos M, Xiao W, Davis RW, Goodson WH
  Yr: 2008 Vol: 68 Nbr: 7 Pgs: 2076-80
  Associated Grant: A Novel Biological Framework for the Role of Xenoestrogens
 
Oxidative stress pathways highlighted in tumor cell immortalization: association with breast cancer outcome.
  Periodical: Oncogene
  Author(s): Dairkee SH, Nicolau M, Sayeed A, Champion S, Ji Y, Moore DH, Yong B, Meng Z, Jeffrey SS.
  Yr: 2007 Vol: 26 Nbr: 43 Pgs: 6269-79.
  Associated Grant: Infinite Expansion of Breast Tumor Samples in Culture
 
A molecular 'signature' of primary breast cancer cultures; patterns resembling tumor tissue.
  Periodical: BMC Genomics
  Author(s): Dairkee SH, Ji Y, Ben Y, Moore DH, Meng Z, Jeffrey SS.
  Yr: 2004 Vol: 5 Nbr: 1 Pgs: 47-56
  Associated Grant: Infinite Expansion of Breast Tumor Samples in Culture