Krishna Duro de Oliveira

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Background Experimental models of carcinogenesis have been used in cancer researches, mainly with radiation or chemicals like 7,12-dimethylbenzanthracene (DMBA) which is a polycyc-lic aromatic hydrocarbon. This chemical group contains the majority of carcinogens and requires biotransforma-tion in the liver and mammary gland. The carcinogen DMBA was(More)
Connexins are proteins that form gap junctions. Perturbations in the cell membrane reportedly promote changes in the expression profile of connexins. Electroporation promotes destabilization by applying electrical pulses, and this procedure is used in electrochemotherapy and gene therapy, among others. This in vitro work aimed to study the interference of(More)
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