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Bleomycin-induced DNA damage and its removal in lymphocytes of breast cancer patients studied by comet assay.
The studies concerned the response to bleomycin treatment in peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBL) of breast cancer (BC) subjects. The level of BLM-induced DNA strand breaks was evaluated using alkalineExpand
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Phylogeny of a new supertribe Cephenniitae with generic review of Eutheiini and description of a new tribe Marcepaniini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Scydmaeninae)
Genera of Eutheiini are reviewed and Eutheimorphus is removed from this tribe of ant-like stone beetles (Scydmaeninae) and transferred to Cephenniini. A monogeneric Marcepaniini trib.n. is describedExpand
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Description of Euroleptochromus gen.n. (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Scydmaeninae) from Baltic amber, with discussion of biogeography and mouthpart evolution within Clidicini
A new extinct species of the ant-like stone beetle supertribe Mastigitae, Euroleptochromus sabathigen. & sp.n. is described from Eocene Baltic amber. A phylogenetic analysis of Clidicini, withExpand
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Genotoxicity of inhalation anesthetics halothane and isoflurane in human lymphocytes studied in vitro using the comet assay.
The alkaline single cell gel electrophoresis (comet) assay was applied to study genotoxic properties of two inhalation anesthetics-halothane and isoflurane-in human peripheral blood lymphocytesExpand
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Beetles with ‘trochantelli’: phylogeny of Cephenniini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Scydmaeninae) focussing on Neotropical genera
Neotropical genera of Cephenniini characterized by an additional leg ‘segment’ (‘trochantellus’) are revised, and the following new taxa are described: Shyrigen.n., Shyri pichinchasp.n. (type speciesExpand
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Cephenniini with prothoracic glands and internal cavities: new taxa, enigmatic characters and phylogeny of the Cephennomicrus group of genera (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Scydmaeninae)
Genera of the Cephennomicrus group of the Cephenniini (Scydmaenitae) are revised, and the following new taxa are described: Trichokratergen.n., Trichokrater ekkentrossp.n. (type species ofExpand
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A new Eocene genus of ant-like stone beetles sheds new light on the evolution of Mastigini
Abstract. Fossil Scydmaeninae beetles are exceptionally poorly known and those described usually lack important details to reliably analyze their phylogenetic relationships with extant taxa.Expand
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The Cephenniini of China. II. Cephennodes Reitter of southern provinces, with taxonomic notes on the Cephennodes-Chelonoidum complex (coleoptera: Scydmaenidae)
Taxonomy of the hitherto problematic Cephennodes-Chelonoidum complex (Scydmaenidae, Scydmaeninae, Cephenniini) is clarified, basing on examination of type species and a large number of undescribedExpand
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Cretaceous amber inclusions of Spain and Myanmar demonstrate early diversification and wide dispersal of Cephenniitae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Scydmaeninae)
Abstract The taxonomic status of previously misplaced species of an ant-like stone beetle from Spanish amber (Albian) is clarified. Specimens of Kachinus magnificus (originally placed as incertaeExpand
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