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Smith, Steven (Ph.D.)

PI, Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope, 626-301-8316

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EDRN Associate Member

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Open Protocols

None Available.

Closed Protocols

No closed protocols.


Publication Name PubMed ID Journal
Nanotechnology of emerging targeting systems. 21687833 Minerva Biotecnol
The MTHFR 677TT genotype and folate intake interact to lower global leukocyte DNA methylation in young Mexican American women. 18167510 Nutr Res
Distribution of CWG and CCWGG in the human genome. 17965623 Epigenetics
Recovery of bisulfite-converted genomic sequences in the methylation-sensitive QPCR. 17439964 Nucleic Acids Res.
Construction of ordered protein arrays. 15657490 Methods Mol. Biol.
Prostate cancer molecular markers GSTP1 and hTERT in expressed prostatic secretions as predictors of biopsy results. 15491741 Urology
Transgene-induced CCWGG methylation does not alter CG methylation patterning in human kidney cells. 16246913 Nucleic Acids Res.
Global leukocyte DNA methylation is similar in African American and Caucasian women under conditions of controlled folate intake. 17965592 Epigenetics
Gastric DNA damage through tobacco chewing: in vitro mechanistic studies of DNA nitrite attack. 15946796 Cancer Lett.
Nucleoprotein assemblies for cellular biomarker detection. 16771577 Nano Lett.
Design and analysis of nanoscale bioassemblies. 15211750 BioTechniques

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