Incorporation of thymidine-H3 into DNP of rat tissues after a single injection of DNA

  • T. N. Rysina
Biochemistry and Biophysics


Injection of homologous DNA into rats caused increased incorporation of thymidine-H3 into DNP of the bone marrow, spleen, thymus, and mucous membrane of the small intestine 24 h after the the injection. This effect was not found on the third day.

Key Words

exogenous DNA incorporation of thymidine-H3 

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