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Lewin MH, Bailey N, Bandaletova T, Bowman R, Cross AJ, Pollock J, Shuker DEG & Bingham SA (2006) Red meat enhances the colonic formation of the DNA adduct O6-carboxymethyl guanine: implications for colorectal cancer risk. Cancer Res 66, 1859-65
Cross AJ, Greetham HL, Pollock JRA, Rowland IR & Bingham SA (2006) Variability in fecal water genotoxicity, determined using the Comet assay, is independent of endogenous N-nitroso compound formation attributed to red meat consumption. Environ Mol Mutagen 47, 179-84
Leuratti C, Watson MA, Deag EJ, Welch A, Singh R, Gottschalg E, Marnett LJ, Atkin W, Day NE, Shuker DEG & Bingham SA (2002) Detection of malondialdehyde DNA adducts in human colorectal mucosa: relationship with diet and the presence of adenomas. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 11, 267-73
Bailey N, Bandaletova T, Loktionov A, Cross AJ & Bingham S (2002) Dietary factors and epithelial cell exfoliation in the human colon. IARC Sci Publ 156, 145-6
Hughes R, Pollock JRA & Bingham S (2002) Effect of vegetables, tea, and soy on endogenous N-nitrosation, fecal ammonia, and fecal water genotoxicity during a high red meat diet in humans. Nutr Cancer 42, 70-7
Bingham SAnne, Hughes R & Cross AJane (2002) Effect of white versus red meat on endogenous N-nitrosation in the human colon and further evidence of a dose response. J Nutr 132, 3522S-3525S
Bandaletova T, Bailey N, Bingham SA & Loktionov A (2002) Isolation of exfoliated colonocytes from human stool as a new technique for colonic cytology. APMIS 110, 239-46
Hughes R, Cross AJ, Pollock JR & Bingham S (2001) Dose-dependent effect of dietary meat on endogenous colonic N-nitrosation. Carcinogenesis 22, 199-202
Bingham SA (2000) Diet and colorectal cancer prevention. Biochem Soc Trans 28, 12-6