Mani Chinnadurai

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Background The intention of cancer chemotherapy is to control the growth of cancer cells using chemical agents. However, the occurrence of second malignancies has raised concerns, leading to(More)
PURPOSE To determine whether the bystander effects induced by chemotherapeutic agents are similar to those induced by ionising radiation and to analyse the cell dependency, if any, in different human(More)
PURPOSE Cancer patients treated with radiomimetic drug bleomycin (BLM) have shown incidence of 7% second malignancy. Studies regarding BLM-induced genomic instability in bystander cells are scarce,(More)
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