In their February 2018 Editor’s Choice Article, "Quantitative differentiation of whole smoke solution-induced mutagenicity in the mouse lymphoma assay,” Guo et al. report using the mouse lymphoma assay to evaluate the mutagenicity of WSSs from two types of cigarettes, with and without S9 activation.
In the January 2018 Editor's Choice article, “Thiopurine-induced mitotic catastrophe in Rad51d-deficient mammalian cells,” Wyatt et al examined connections between the chemotherapeutic and immunosuppressive drug, 6-thiopurine, telomeric caps on the ends of chromosomes and a DNA repair protein RAD51D
In their October 2017 Editor's Choice article, "Perinatal lead (Pb) exposure results in sex and tissue-dependent adult DNA methylation alterations in murine IAP transposons," Luke Montrose and colleagues shed light on potential developmental origins of disease.
In their August 2017 Editor's Choice article, "Applying the erythrocyte Pig-a assay concept to rat epididymal sperm for germ cell mutagenicity evaluation," Zhiying Ji and Matthew LeBaron describe the potential of the sperm Pig-a assay for detecting germ cell mutagens using two case study chemicals.
The June 2017 Editor's Choice article, "Next Generation Testing Strategy for Assessment of Genomic Damage: A Conceptual Framework and Considerations" by Dearfield et al., proposes the future direction for genomic damage assessment.