Alkaline comet assay study with breast cancer patients: evaluation of baseline and chemotherapy-induced DNA damage in non-target cells

@article{Kopjar2006AlkalineCA,
  title={Alkaline comet assay study with breast cancer patients: evaluation of baseline and chemotherapy-induced DNA damage in non-target cells},
  author={Nevenka Kopjar and Ivan Milas and Verica Garaj-Vrhovac and Marija Gamulin},
  journal={Clinical and Experimental Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={177-190}
}
The sensitivity of the alkaline comet assay for the evaluation of baseline and treatment-induced DNA damage in white blood cells of breast cancer patients receiving adjuvant chemotherapy according to three conventional anthracycline- and cyclophosphamide-containing protocols was investigated. Additionally, baseline DNA damage in cancer patients was compared with the levels of DNA damage recorded in healthy women. Altogether 30 patients with diagnosed breast cancer and 30 female blood donors… CONTINUE READING

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