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

Publications Toxicology

Assessment of multiple mycotoxin exposure and its association with food consumption: a human biomonitoring study in a pregnant cohort in rural Bangladesh. Arch Toxicol 96: 2123–2138 (2022)
Interruption of bile acid uptake by hepatocytes after acetaminophen overdose ameliorates hepatotoxicity. J Hepatol 77: 71-83 (2022)
Sleep-dependent upscaled excitability, saturated neuroplasticity, and modulated cognition in the human brain. eLife 11: e69308 (2022) (33 pp)
New aspects in deriving health-based guidance values for bromate in swimming pool water. Arch Toxicol 96: 1623-1659 (2022)
Family history and risk of bladder cancer: an analysis accounting for first- and second-degree relatives. Cancer Prev Res 15: 319-326 (2022)
How structured metadata acquisition contributes to the reproducibility of nanosafety studies: evaluation by a round-robin test. Nanomaterials (Basel) 12 (7): 1053 (2022) (20 pp)
The role of endogenous versus exogenous sources in the exposome of putative genotoxins and consequences for risk assessment. Arch Toxicol 96: 1297–1352 (2022)
Influence of bile acids on the cytotoxicity of chemicals in cultivated human hepatocytes. Toxicol In Vitro 81: 105344 (2022)
Recent research on Novichok. (Editorial). Arch Toxicol 96: 1137-1140 (2022)
Loss of bile salt export pump aggravates lipopolysaccharide-induced liver injury in mice due to impaired hepatic endotoxin clearance. Hepatology 75: 1095-1109 (2022)
withdrawal of EKA. Assessment values in biological material – Translation of the German version from 2022. MAK Collect Occup Health Saf 7 (1): Doc017 (2022)
Aussetzung der EKA. Beurteilungswerte in biologischem Material. MAK Collect Occup Health Saf 7 (1): Doc014 (2022)
Translational neurotoxicology - The 17th biennial meeting of the International Neurotoxicology Association (Editorial). Neurotoxicology 90: 79-80 (2022)
Automated detection of portal fields and central veins in whole-slide images of liver tissue. J Pathol Inform 13: 100001 (2022) (11 pp)
Metabolic profiling of thymic epithelial tumors hints to a strong Warburg effect, glutaminolysis and precarious redox homeostasis as potential therapeutic targets. Cancers (Basel) 14 (6): 1564 (2022) (22 pp)