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Representative Publications

Deplancke B, Gaskins HR (2003) Hydrogen sulfide induces serum-independent cell cycle entry in nontransformed rat intestinal epithelial cells. FASEB J. 17(10):1310-2. PMID: 12738807

Huycke MM, Gaskins HR (2004) Commensal bacteria, redox stress, and colorectal cancer: Mechanisms and models. Exp Biol Med. 229(7):586-97. PMID: 15229352 

Conour JE, Graham WV, Gaskins HR (2004) A combined in vitro/bioinformatic investigation of redox regulatory mechanisms governing cell cycle progression. Physiol Genomics. 18(2):196-205. PMID: 15138307

Attene-Ramos MS, Kitiphongspattana K, Ishii-Schrade K, Gaskins HR (2005) Temporal changes of multiple redox couples from proliferation to growth arrest in IEC-6 intestinal epithelial cells. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 289(5):C1220-8. PMID: 15958525

Attene-Ramos MS, Wagner ED, Plewa MJ, Gaskins HR (2006) Evidence that hydrogen sulfide is a genotoxic agent. Mol Cancer Res. 4(1):9-14. PMID: 16446402

Attene-Ramos MS, Wagner ED, Gaskins HR, Plewa MJ (2007) Hydrogen sulfide induces direct radical-associated DNA damage. Mol Cancer Res. 5(5):455-9. PMID: 17475672

Attene-Ramos MS, Nava GM, Muellner MG, Wagner ED, Plewa MJ, Gaskins HR (2010) DNA damage and toxicogenomic analyses of hydrogen sulfide in human intestinal epithelial FHs 74 Int cells. Environ Mol Mutagen. 51(4):304-14. PMID: 20120018

Carbonero F, Benefiel AC, Gaskins HR (2012) Contributions of the microbial hydrogen economy to colonic homeostasis. Nat Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol. 9 (9):504-18. PMID: 22585131

Carbonero F, Benefiel AC, Alizadeh-Ghamsari AH and Gaskins HR (2012) Microbial pathways in colonic sulfur metabolism and links with health and disease. Front Physio. 3:448. PMID: 23226130

Kolossov VL, Leslie MT, Chatterjee A, Sheehan BM, Kenis PJ, Gaskins HR (2012) Förster resonance energy transfer-based sensor targeting endoplasmic reticulum reveals highly oxidative environment. Exp Biol Med. 237(6):652-62. PMID: 22715429

Byrne MB, Leslie MT, Gaskins HR, Kenis PJ (2014) Methods to study the tumor microenvironment under controlled oxygen conditions. Trends Biotechnol. 32(11):556-63. PMID: 25282035

Kolossov VL, Hanafin WP, Beaudoin JN, Bica DE, DiLiberto SJ, Kenis PJA, Gaskins HR (2014) Inhibition of glutathione synthesis distinctly alters mitochondrial and cytosolic redox poise Exp Biol Med. 239(4):394-403. PMID: 24586100

Kolossov VL, Beaudoin JN, Prabhu Ponnuraj N, DiLiberto SJ, Hanafin WP, Kenis PJ, Gaskins HR (2015) Thiol-based antioxidants elicit mitochondrial oxidation via respiratory complex III. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 309(2):C81-91. PMID: 25994788

O'Keefe SJ, Li JV, Lahti L, Ou J, Carbonero F, Mohammed K, Posma JM, Kinross J, Wahl E, Ruder E, Vipperla K, Naidoo V, Mtshali L, Tims S, Puylaert PG, DeLany J, Krasinskas A, Benefiel AC, Kaseb HO, Newton K, Nicholson JK, de Vos WM, Gaskins HR, Zoetendal EG. Fat, fibre and cancer risk in African Americans and rural Africans. Nat Commun. 6:6342, 2015. PMID: 25919227

Ridlon JM, Wolf PG, Gaskins HR (2016) Taurocholic acid metabolism by gut microbes and colon cancer. Gut Microbes. 7(3):201-15. PMID: 27003186 PMCID: PMC4939921

Wolf PG, Biswas A, Morales SE, Greening C, Gaskins HR (2016) H2 metabolism is widespread and diverse among human colonic microbes. Gut Microbes. 7(3):235-45. PMID: 27123663 PMCID: PMC4939926

Byrne MB, Leslie MT, Patel HS, Gaskins HR, Kenis PJA (2017) Design considerations for open-well microfluidic platforms for hypoxic cell studies. Biomicrofluidics. 11(5):054116. PMID: 29152027 PMCID: PMC5659862

Chen JE, Lumibao J, Blazek A, Gaskins HR, Harley B (2018) Hypoxia activates enhanced invasive potential and endogenous hyaluronic acid production by glioblastoma cells. Biomaterials Science. 2018; 6(4):854-862. PMID: 29485655 PMCID: PMC5869158

Kolossov VL, Sivaguru M, Huff J, Luby K, Kanakaraju K, Gaskins HR (2018) Airyscan super-resolution microscopy of mitochondrial morphology and dynamics in living tumor cells. Microsc Res and Tech. 2018; 81(2):115-128. PMID: 29131445