DNA damage can be measured by quantifying DNA adducts with highly-sensitive liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) assays. For more details see Exposure to DNA-Damaging Agents.
Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource
The Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource (HHEAR) is a centralized network of exposure analysis services and expertise available to eligible researchers who want to add or expand exposure analysis to their studies of human health. There is no cost to the investigator. Find out more about HHEAR.
What HHEAR offers:
- Expert consultation on exposure analysis, study design and data analysis for development of applications;
- State-of-the-art laboratory analysis: targeted (hypothesis driven) and untargeted (discovery driven) analysis of biological and environmental samples for approved projects;
- Statistical analysis, data integration, and interpretation, upon request, for approved projects;
- A repository of de-identified epidemiologic and biomarker data for approved projects to promote secondary analysis of pooled environmental health data.