Paul E. Zeldin

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Significantly enhanced attachment to Ehrlich ascites and Escherichia coli cells was observed for radioactive DNA and RNA in the presence of chemical mutagens and ultimate carcinogens. In some instances, formation of nucleic acid-protein adducts by these compounds further (or similarly) enhanced the binding. DNA irradiated with ultraviolet light in the(More)
1,3-Propanesultone produces in vitro complexes between DNA and DNA, DNA and RNA, RNA, and RNA, DNA and proteins, and possibly RNA and proteins. All these interactions were detected with a variety of independent analytical techniques. Increased attachment of the 1,3-propanesultone-treated DNA to the microsomal membrane and enhanced adsorption to and(More)
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