In their March 2021 Editor’s Choice article, Mehta et al. demonstrate DHA exposure can occur through use of sunless tanning products and e-cigarettes, and millimolar doses of the compound are genotoxic, cytotoxic and can induce metabolic reprogramming.
In their January 2021 Editor's Choice article, "A promising Ames battery for mutagenicity characterization of new dyes,” Umbuzeiro et al. propose a tiered approach for mutagenicity testing of low-quantity dyes utilizing a miniaturized Ames battery.
In their November 2020 Editor's Choice article, “Quantification of cancer driver mutations in human breast and lung DNA using targeted, error-corrected CarcSeq,” Harris et al. demonstrate spontaneously-occurring CDMs may serve as quantitative reporters of clonal expansion and carcinogenic effect.
In their October 2020 Editor's Choice article, "CD59-deficient bone marrow erythroid cells from rats treated with procarbazine and propyl-nitrosourea have mutations in the Pig-a gene," Revollo et al. report the rat RBC Pig-a assay detects true Pig-a gene mutations.