Magdalena Wesiora

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Numerous antitumor and carcinogenic compounds and free radicals are able to modify DNA by forming covalent bonds, mainly with nucleophilic centers in nucleobases. Such a binding is usually of utmost importance for the biological outcome. The level of DNA adducts formed by a given agent is in most cases extremely low; hence their detection is very difficult.(More)
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