C Adriana Banuelos

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Background: Evidence suggests that tumor cells exposed to some DNA damaging agents are more likely to die if they retain microscopically visible gH2AX foci that are known to mark sites of double-strand breaks. This appears to be true even after exposure to the alkylating agent MNNG that does not cause direct double-strand breaks but does produce gH2AX foci(More)
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