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Cellular Resistance to Cadmium

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Part of the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 80)

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This chapter focuses on the application of cultured cell systems to the study of cellular responses associated with exposure to Cd2+. The scope of this review is limited to considerations of cellular metabolism of Cd2+ and the physiologic and genetic factors that modulate cadmium toxicity. Major emphasis is directed toward three areas: (a) the isolation or derivation of cells differing in Cd2+ cytotoxic response and utilization of such cells to define factors that play a role in cadmium resistance; (b) a consideration of the manifold environmental/physiologic conditions that affect cellular responses in culture; and (c) an evaluation of studies employing somatic cell and molecular genetic techniques to dissect in detail the molecular components of the response mechanisms. The chapter concludes with a discussion of directions and approaches to be pursued in the future to fill gaps in our current understanding of Cd2+ metabolism.

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Culture Cell System Chinese Hamster Cell Thymidine Kinase Gene Hypomethylating Agent Human Blood Cell 
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