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Read, Jason T., Cheng, Helen, Hendy, Stephen C., Nelson, Colleen C., & Rennie, Paul S. (2009) Receptor-DNA interactions: EMSA and footprinting. In McEwan, Iain J. (Ed.) The Nuclear Receptor Superfamily : Methods and Protocols. Humana, New York, N.Y, pp. 97-122.
Franzke, Bernhard, Neubauer, Oliver, & Wagner, Karl-Heinz (2015) Super DNAging - New insights into DNA integrity, genome stability and telomeres in the oldest old. Mutation Research/Reviews in Mutation Research, 766, pp. 48-57.
Hoelzl, Christine, Knasmuller, Siegfried, Wagner, Karl-Heinz, Elbling, Leonilla, Huber, Wolfgang, Kager, Nina, et al. (2010) Instant coffee with high chlorogenic acid levels protects humans against oxidative damage of macromolecules. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 54(12), pp. 1722-1733.
Neubauer, Oliver, Reichhold, Stefanie, Nersesyan, Armen, Konig, Daniel, & Wagner, Karl-Heinz (2008) Exercise-induced DNA damage: Is there a relationship with inflammatory responses? Exercise Immunology Review, 14, pp. 51-72.
Reichhold, Stefanie, Neubauer, Oliver, Bulmer, Andrew C., Knasmuller, Siegfried, & Wagner, Karl-Heinz (2009) Endurance exercise and DNA stability: Is there a link to duration and intensity? Mutation Research/Reviews in Mutation Research, 682(1), pp. 28-38.
Reichhold, Stefanie, Neubauer, Oliver, Ehrlich, Veronika, Knasmuller, Siegfried, & Wagner, Karl-Heinz (2008) No acute and persistent DNA damage after an Ironman triathlon. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 17(8), pp. 1913-1919.
Reichhold, Stefanie, Neubauer, Oliver, Hoelzl, Christine, Stadlmayr, Barbara, Valentini, Judit, Ferk, Franziska, et al. (2009) DNA damage in response to an Ironman triathlon. Free Radical Research, 43(8), pp. 753-760.
Wagner, Karl-Heinz, Reichhold, Stefanie, Holzl, Christine, Knasmuller, Siegfried, Nics, Lukas, Meisel, Marlies, et al. (2010) Well-trained, healthy triathletes experience no adverse health risks regarding oxidative stress and DNA damage by participating in an ultra-endurance event. Toxicology, 278(2), pp. 211-216.
Wagner, Karl-Heinz, Reichhold, Stefanie, & Neubauer, Oliver (2011) Impact of endurance and ultraendurance exercise on DNA damage. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1229, pp. 115-123.