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Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is a powerful method largely used for detecting chromosomal rearrangements, translocations in particular, which are important biomarkers for dose assessment in case of human exposure to ionizing radiation. To test the possibility of using the...
The photomutagenicity of the popular skin conditioning agents azulene and guaiazulene were tested in Salmonella typhimurium TA98, TA100 and TA102. Following irradiation with UVA and/or visible light, both azulene and guaiazulene exhibited mutagenicity 4–5-fold higher than the spontaneous...
The bis-dioxopiperazine ICRF-193 has long time been considered as a pure topoisomerase II catalytic inhibitor able to exert its inhibitory effect on the enzyme without stabilization of the so-called cleavable complex formed by DNA covalently bound to topoisomerase II. In recent years, however,...
Dimethylarsine iodide (DMI) was used as a model compound of trivalent dimethylarsenicals (DMA(III)), and the biological effects were extensively investigated in cultured Chinese hamster V79 cells. When the cytotoxic effects of DMA(III) were compared with those of inorganic arsenite and...
The INK4a / ARF locus encodes two unrelated tumor suppressor proteins, p16INK4a and p14ARF, which participate in the two main cell-cycle control pathways, p16–Rb and p14–p53. Methylation of CpG promoter islands has been described as a mechanism of gene silencing. Exon 1 of the p16INK4a gene...
Previous studies performed by others indicated that apart from its other biological effects, caffeine (CAF) may have a role in protection of organisms against cancer. However, biological mechanism of this phenomenon remained unknown. Recent studies suggested that caffeine can form stacking...
Polyunsaturated fats are the main target for lipid peroxidation and subsequent formation of mutagenic metabolites, but diets high in saturated fats are more strongly associated with adverse health effects. We show that the common saturated fatty acid, palmitic acid, is a potent inducer of DNA...
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