Alkali-Labile Lesions in DNA from Cells Treated with Methylating Agents, 4-Nitroquinoline-N-oxide, or Ultraviolet Light
Part of the Basic Life Sciences book series
Methylating agents, 4-nitroquinoline-N-oxide, and ultraviolet radiation produce alkali-labile structures in the DNA of mammalian cells. The number of these structures does not diminish during a 5-hr posttreatment incubation.
KeywordsMammalian Cell HeLa Cell Untreated Cell Medical Research Council Ultraviolet Radiation
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