Replication Processes in Chinese Hamster Cells Treated with Mutagenic Agents: Effects of Split Dose Treatments
Postreplication repair in UV-irradiated hamster cells seems to be enhanced if the cells have been preirradiated with low doses of UV radiation compared to cells irradiated only once. This points to the existence of inducible repair processes also in mammalian cells (D Ambrosio and Setlow, 1976).
KeywordsMutagenic Agent Chinese Hamster Cell Natural Science Research Council Strand Separation Swedish Natural Science Research Council
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