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Your Environment. Your Health.

Person Details: Susan G. Hilsenbeck

Superfund Research Program

Susan G. Hilsenbeck

Baylor College of Medicine
BCM-Cullen Building
Room: BCMC-333A
Mail Stop: BCM600
Houston, Texas 77030
Email: sgh@bcm.edu

Projects

Publications

2019

  • Xia J, Chiu L, Nehring R, Bravo Nunez M, Mei Q, Perez M, Zhai Y, Fitzgerald D, Pribis J, Wang Y, Hu C, Powell R, LaBonte S, Jalali A, Matadamas Guzman M, Lentzsch A, Szafran AT, Joshi M, Richters M, Gibson J, Frisch R, Hastings P, Bates D, Queitsch C, Hilsenbeck SG, Coarfa C, Hu JC, Siegele DA, Scott KL, Liang H, Mancini MA, Herman C, Miller KM, Rosenberg SM. 2019. Bacteria-to-human protein networks reveal origins of endogenous DNA damage. Cell 176(1-2):127-143. doi:10.1016/j.cell.2018.12.008 PMID:30633903 PMCID:PMC6344048
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