Prof. Dr. Jan G. Hengstler
Ardeystr. 67
44139 Dortmund

Publications Toxicology

Follow-up of the re-evaluation of glycerol esters of wood rosins (E 445) as a food additive. EFSA Journal 21 (7): 1–32 (2023)
Radikale Zystektomie bei querschnittgelähmten Patienten. Ärztliches Journal Reise & Medizin Onkologie 2023 (2): 32-35, 1-2 (Lit.verz.)
Genome-wide association study of bladder cancer reveals new biological and translational insights. Eur Urol 84: 127–137 (2023)
G × E interactions as a basis for toxicological uncertainty (guest editorial). Arch Toxicol 97: 2035-2049 (2023)
Colitis ameliorates cholestatic liver disease via suppression of bile acid synthesis. Nat Commun 14 (1): 3304 (2023) (17 pp)
Does physical fitness affect cognitive functions differently across adulthood? An advantage of being older. Front Psychol 14: 1134770 (2023) (14 pp)
Geruchsintensive Stoffe: Grundlagen, Bewertung und Markierung. MAK-Begründung. MAK Collect Occup Health Saf 8 (1): Doc010 (2023) (15 pp)
A proof-of-concept pipeline to guide evaluation of tumor tissue perfusion by dynamic contrast-agent imaging: Direct simulation and inverse tracer-kinetic procedures. Front Bioinform 3: 977228 (2023) (19 pp)
A systematic analysis of biological, sociodemographic, psychosocial, and lifestyle factors contributing to work ability across the working life span: cross-sectional study. JMIR Form Res 7: e40818 (2023) (25 pp)
Metabolomics-based strategy to assess drug hepatotoxicity and uncover the mechanisms of hepatotoxicity involved. Arch Toxicol 97: 1723-1738 (2023)
Professor Dr. Dr. Hermann M. Bolt zum 80. Geburtstag. ASU Arbeitsmed Sozialmed Umweltmed 58: 267 (2023)
PBTK modeling of the pyrrolizidine alkaloid retrorsine to predict liver toxicity in mouse and rat. Arch Toxicol 97: 1319–1333 (2023)
In memoriam Thomas Gebel. Arch Toxicol 97: 1193–1194 (2023)
Inhibiting the glycerophosphodiesterase EDI3 in ER-HER2+ breast cancer cells resistant to HER2-targeted therapy reduces viability and tumour growth. J Exp Clin Cancer Res 42 (1): 25 (2023) (18 pp)
Digital twin demonstrates significance of biomechanical growth control in liver regeneration after partial hepatectomy. iScience 26 (1):105714 (2023) (34 pp)