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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: NUTRITION AND CANCER PREVENTION

Location: Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Aging and chronic alcohol consumption are determinants of p16 gene expression, genomic DNA methylation and p16 promoter methylation in the mouse colon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sauer, J.A., Hyeran, J., Zimmerly, E., Kim, K., Liu, Z., Chanson, A., Smith, D., Mason, J.B., Friso, S., Choi, S. 2010. Aging and chronic alcohol consumption are determinants of p16 gene expression, genomic DNA methylation and p16 promoter methylation in the mouse colon. British Journal of Nutrition. 104(1):24-33.
DNA methylation, an epigenetic mechanism connecting folate to healthy embryonic development and aging - (Review Article)
Kim, K., Friso, S., Choi, S. 2009. DNA methylation, an epigenetic mechanism connecting folate to healthy embryonic development and aging. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. 20(12):917-926.
Polymorphisms in uracil-processing genes, but not one-carbon nutrients, are associated with altered DNA uracil concentrations in an urban Puerto Rican population - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chanson, A., Parnell, L.D., Ciappio, E.D., Liu, Z., Crott, J.W., Tucker, K., Mason, J.B. 2009. Polymorphisms in uracil-processing genes, but not one-carbon nutrients, are associated with altered DNA uracil concentrations in an urban Puerto Rican population. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 89:1927-1936.
Folate, cancer risk, and the greek god, Proteus: a tale of two chameleons - (Review Article)
Mason, J.B. 2009. Folate, cancer risk, and the greek god, Proteus: a tale of two chameleons. Nutrition Reviews. 67(4): 206-212.
Too much folate – a risk factor for cancer and cardiovascular disease? - (Review Article)
Sauer, J.A., Mason, J.B., Choi, S. 2009. Too much folate – a risk factor for cancer and cardiovascular disease?. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care. 12:30-36.
Nutrients and DNA Methylation - (Book / Chapter)
Choi, S., Friso, S. 2009. Nutrients and DNA Methylation. In: Choi, S.W., Friso, S., editors. Nutrients and Epigenetics. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. p.105-119.
Associations between single nucleotide polymorphisms in folate uptake and metabolizing genes with blood folate, homocysteine and DNA uracil concentrations - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Devos, L., Chanson, A., Liu, Z., Ciappo, E., Parnell, L.D., Mason, J.B., Tucker, K., Crott, J.W. 2008. Associations between single nucleotide polymorphisms in folate uptake and metabolizing genes with blood folate, homocysteine and DNA uracil concentrations. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 88(4):1149-1158.
Aging, chronic alcohol consumption, and low folate intake are determinants of genomic DNA methylation in the liver and colon of mice - (Abstract Only)
Sauer, J., Jang, H., Kim, K., Keyes, M.K., Smith, D., Choi, S. 2008. Aging, chronic alcohol consumption, and low folate intake are determinants of genomic DNA methylation in the liver and colon of mice. American Association of Cancer Research Meeting.
Folic acid fortification and cancer risk: plea for objective evaluation of the evidence - (Other)
Mason, J.B., Cole, B.F., Baron, J.A., Kim, Y., Refsum, H., Selhub, J., Smith, A. 2008. Folic acid fortification and cancer risk: plea for objective evaluation of the evidence. Lancet. 371: 1335-1336.
Multiple B-vitamin inadequacy amplifies alterations induced by folate depletion in p53 expression and its downstream effector MDM2 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Liu, Z., Choi, S., Crott, J.W., Smith, D., Mason, J.B. 2008. Multiple B-vitamin inadequacy amplifies alterations induced by folate depletion in p53 expression and its downstream effector MDM2. International Journal of Cancer. 123(3):519-525.
Genetic variants in uracil processing enzymes are associated with abnormal DNA uracil content - (Abstract Only)
Chanson, A., Parnell, L.D., Crott, J., Choi, S., Han, H., Mason, J.B. 2008. Genetic variants in uracil processing enzymes are associated with abnormal DNA uracil content. American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) 2008 Annual Meeting, April 12-16, 2008. Paper No. 1891.
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