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(32) P-Adduct Assay: Comparative Recoveries of Structurally Diverse DNA Adducts in the Various Enhancement Procedures.
(32)p-Adduct Assay: Principle and Applications to Carcinogen-Exposed Animal and Human DNA.
32P-Adduct Assay: Comparative Recoveries of Structurally Diverse DNA Adducts in the Various Enhancement Procedures.
32P-Postlabeling DNA Adduct Assay: Cigarette Smoke-Induced DNA Adducts in the Respiratory and Nonrespiratory Rat Tissues.
Carcinogen-DNA Adducts in Cultures of Rat and Human Hepatocytes.
Cigarette Smoke-Induced DNA Adducts in the Respiratory and Nonrespiratory Tissues of Rats.
DNA Adducts in Marine Mussel 'Mytilus galloprovincialis' Living in Polluted and Unpolluted Environments. Chapter 12.
DNA Adducts of the Antitumor Agent Diaziquone.
Evaluation of DNA Damage in the Oral Mucosa of Tobacco Users and Non-Users by (32)P-Adduct Assay.
Formation of Cigarette Smoke-Induced DNA Adducts in the Rat Lung and Nasal Mucosa.
Mainstream and Sidestream Cigarette Smoke-Induced DNA Adducts in C7B1 and DBA Mice.
Natural Environment Surpasses Polluted Environment in Inducing DNA Damage in Fish.
Potential of Carp to Bioactivate Benzo(a)pyrene to Metabolites That Bind to DNA.
Reaction of Cyclopent(c,d)pyrene-3,4-epoxide with DNA and Deoxynucleotides.
Sensitivity of Rat and Mouse Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes to BaP Adduction and SCE (Sister Chromatid Exchange) Formation.
Short Communication: Improved Thin-Layer Chromatographic Separation of 32P-Postlabeled DNA Adducts.
Use of Human Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes to Measure DNA Binding Capacity of Chemical Carcinogens.
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