Measurements of DNA Repair Activity in Human Cells
First we’d like to discuss questions which are directly relevant to the lectures of this morning, very shortly, only burning questions are being accepted. Then I’d like to ask 5 speakers to give the short presentations for which they have signed up and which are relevant to the topic of the round table discussion for this afternoon. In the third part I’d like to discuss with you the possible role of DNA repair for interindividual differences in cancer susceptibility. Maybe we can come up with some recommendations of what system could be used to explore this question. For the fourth topic, it has been suggested that we discuss radical mechanisms which might be involved in human carcinogenesis.
KeywordsRound Table Xeroderma Pigmentosum Tritiated Thymidine Residual Rate Round Table Discussion
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