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The two main cisplatin-induced DNA lesions, G--G and A--G, have been measured in cells exposed to the drug. (G--G and A--G denote the intrastrand bifunctional adducts formed between adjacent purine bases.) It has proven feasible, using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS), observe the G--G and A--G lesions in mouse fibroblast cells… (More)
Oxidative DNA damage can result from environmental factors, such as radiation, as well as from the untoward consequences of normal metabolic processes. It is of interest to assay oxidative DNA damage in cells and tissues because this damage has been implicated in human disease, particularly cancer. Eleven indicators of oxidative DNA damage have been… (More)
A method for monitoring and optimizing the incorporation of radioiodide into protein is described. The use of immobilized chloramine-T (Iodobeads) combined with timed blots on nitrocellulose forms the basis of an efficient assay system. Results with Iodobeads and with the commonly utilized soluble form of chloramine-T are compared.