Gladys S. Bayse
Title: Professor, Department of Chemistry
Office: 404-270-5739; fax, 404-270-5725
Location: Science Center 346, Box 326
University of Tennessee, Ph.D.
University of Tennessee, M.A.
University of Memphis, B.A.
- CHE 311-312- Biochemistry Lecture
- CHE 313L- Biochemistry Laboratory
- CHE 410- Principles of Biochemistry
- CHE 411- Toxicology
- CHE 429- Chemistry Senior Seminar
- CHE 431-434 -Undergraduate Research in Chemistry
- CHE 446- Advanced Biochemistry
- Human and environmental impact of the organic arsenal additives to poultry and swine feed
- Enzyme kinetics of cytochrome P-450 reactions as applied to benzenearsonates
- Development of analytical techniques for study of the herbicide Atrazine and its derivatives
- Bayse, G.S., Jinadu, L.A., Shaw, K. L., Wiley, K.L. (2000), The N-acetylation of arsanilic acid in vitro by mammalian enzymes. Drug Metabolism and Disposition 28:487-492.
- Bayse, G.S., Kirlin, W.G., Kirkland, P.D. (2004), Effects of roxarsine and its metabolites on Caco-2 cell proliferation. Toxicologist 82:1447.
- Bayse, G.S., Jackson, K.M., Kirlin, W.G., Rollins-Hairston, A. (2006), Proliferation of human Caco-2 cells mediated by N-acetylation and oxidation reactions of 3-amino-4-hydroxybenzenearsonate . Toxicologist 90:674
- Bayse, G.S., Hammonds-Odie, L.P., Jackson, K.M., Kirlin, W.G., Robinson, D.K., and Rollins-Hairston, A., (2007), Permeation of benzenearsonates provides sufficient concentrations to cause alteration in Caco-2 cell proliferation. Toxicologist 96: 1174. .
- Robinson, D.K., Hammonds-Odie, L.P., Jackson, K.M., Kirlin, W.G., and Bayse, G.S. (2010). Caco-2 cell permeation of five benzenearsonates increases likelihood of hepatic biotransformations. Toxicologist 114:1101.
- Atlanta University Center Radiation Safety Committee (1992-present)
- Member, U.S.D.A. National Advisory Committee on Meat and Poultry Inspection (2003-2008)
- Chair, Chemistry Department, Spelman College(1977-1992)