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Peter Stambrook, PhD

Professor of Molecular Genetics and Co-Director of The Comprehensive Head and Neck Cancer Center

Research Interests

Chemicals in commercial use today number about 100,000. Of these, many arepotential mutagens and carcinogens and, therefore, represent a significantenvironmental health risk to the population. This risk can manifest assomatic andor germ cell mutation, the...

Contact Information
  • Department of Molecular Genetics
  • CVC G-925
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
  • Office 513-558-6151
  • Email Peter.Stambrook@uc.edu
  • UC Institute Member Seal

Peer Reviewed Publications

Fischer, Jared M; Robbins, Susan B; Al-Zoughool, Mustafa; Kannamkumarath, Sasi S; Stringer, Saundra L; Larson, Jon Scott; Caruso, Joseph A; Talaska, Glenn; Stambrook, Peter J; Stringer, James R 2005. Co-mutagenic activity of arsenic and benzo[a]pyrene in mouse skin. Mutation research, 588 1, 35-46

Bolante-Cervantes, R; Li, S; Sahota, A; Tischfield, J A; Zwerdling, T; Stambrook, P J 1999. Pattern of localization of primitive hematopoietic cells in vivo using a novel mouse model. Experimental hematology, 27 8, 1346-52

Shao, C; Deng, L; Henegariu, O; Liang, L; Raikwar, N; Sahota, A; Stambrook, P J; Tischfield, J A 1999. Mitotic recombination produces the majority of recessive fibroblast variants in heterozygous mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 96 16, 9230-5

Stambrook, P J; Sachs, H G; Ebert, J D 1975. The effect of potassium on the cell membrane potential and the passage of synchronized cells through the cell cycle. Journal of cellular physiology, 85 2 Pt 1, 283-91

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Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry & Microbiology
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0524