Aryl hydrocarbon receptor signaling plays a significant role in mediating benzo[a]pyrene- and cigarette smoke condensate-induced cytogenetic damage in vivo.


This laboratory has previously reported data suggesting that aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) signaling may have a net potentiating effect on the DNA damaging potential of cigarette smoke. The experiments described in this report extend these studies by testing whether the potent AhR antagonist 3'-methoxy-4'-nitroflavone (3'M4'NF) can modify the in vivo… (More)


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