Daniel Tamae, Ph.D.

University of Pennsylvania
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Grants

Prognostic Implications of DNA Glycation in Breast Cancer 2008 (Cycle 14)
Dissertation 14GB-0162 $67,060


Mutagenesis and Repair Induced by the DNA Advanced Glycation End Product N(2)-1-(Carboxyethyl)-2'-deoxyguanosine in Human Cells.
  Periodical: Biochemistry
  Author(s): Tamae D, Lim P, Wuenschell GE, Termini J
  Yr: 2011 Vol: 50 Nbr: 12 Pgs: 2321-9
  Associated Grant: Prognostic Implications of DNA Glycation in Breast Cancer
 
Mutagenic potential of DNA glycation: miscoding by (R)- and (S)-N2-(1-carboxyethyl)-2'-deoxyguanosine.
  Periodical: Biochemistry
  Author(s): Wuenschell GE, Tamae D, Cercillieux A, Yamanaka R, Yu C, Termini J
  Yr: 2010 Vol: 49 Nbr: 9 Pgs: 1814-21
  Associated Grant: Prognostic Implications of DNA Glycation in Breast Cancer
 
Advanced glycation end products of DNA: quantification of N2-(1-Carboxyethyl)-2'-deoxyguanosine in biological samples by liquid chromatography electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry.
  Periodical: Chemical Research in Toxicology
  Author(s): Synold T, Xi B, Wuenschell GE, Tamae D, Figarola JL, Rahbar S, Termini J
  Yr: 2008 Vol: 21 Nbr: 11 Pgs: 2148-55
  Associated Grant: Prognostic Implications of DNA Glycation in Breast Cancer