L. M. Prikhozhan

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The present study was made to determine the genotoxicity of psychoemotional stress (PES) alone and its possible influence on chemical mutagenesis under combined treatment. Stress was registered by the classical parameters: 1) weights of the thymus and adrenal; 2) stomach and duodenal mucosa conditions. The unscheduled DNA synthesis (UDS) measurement in(More)
Changes in the physiological status of the mammalian and human organism are known to be capable of inducing various mutational events [1-4]. However, the possible genetic consequences of long-term psychoemot ional stress have not been sufficiently studied. The present research, includbig studies by cytogenetic methods of the comparative response of body(More)
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